AthleteMonitoring Webinars

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Managing the Impact of Menstrual Cycle on Women Athlete’s Risk of Injury and Performance

During this webinar, Dr. Nicky Keay will share the latest women health’s science and explain the potential significance of menstrual status and phases of menstrual cycle on wellbeing, injury risk and performance. She’ll also discuss best practice tips to adapt training type/load according to individual female athlete wellness report and mitigate the risk of ACL injury and overtraining by taking the phase of cycle into consideration.

Dr. Nicky Keay, BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
– Sports and Dance Endocrinologist
– Honorary Fellow Dept Sport and Exercise Sciences, Durham University

Recorded March 25, 2020

Improving Health and Performance of NCAA Div 1 Women’s Soccer Players with Better Load Management

During this webinar, Brigham Young University Women’s Soccer medical team will share their experience on how they implemented their workload management program, maximize athlete compliance and coaches buy-in, which lead to an important reduction of injuries and one of the team’s best seasons ever.

Carolyn Billings, Head of Sports Medicine, BYU
Dr. Robin L Cecil, Physical Therapist, Sport Ready

 Recorded on: March 5, 2020

Optimizing Athlete Health Management with AthleteMonitoring

During this webinar, you will learn how to make the most of AthleteMonitoring’s health management features, including injury tracking, electronic medical records, injury surveillance and note sharing.

Presenter: Francois Gazzano
Recorded on: Feb 14, 2020

Athlete Monitoring & Load Management in Youth Sports

During this educational webinar, Carol Robins, exercise physiologist with Football South Coast (Australia), explains how she has successfully reduced injuries by implementing a best practice athlete monitoring program with her youth and junior football (soccer) teams.
Presenter: CArol Robins, MSc. Published on: Nov 21, 2017

A practical approach to workload management and injury prevention

During this webinar, you will learn to implement a practical approach to workload management, performance optimization, and injury prevention using evidence-based methods, and the AthleteMonitoring platform. You will also learn how to maximize athlete and coaches compliance with your monitoring program, and how to optimize your programs on a daily basis using science-based methods and tools.
Presenter: Francois Gazzano, BSc. Published on: Oct 1, 2017

Key concepts of workload management and injury prevention

Watch this webinar recording to learn the key concepts of workload management and injury prevention, and how to use a best practice approach to training monitoring in order to optimize athlete development, performance and prevent sports injuries.
Presenter: Francois Gazzano, BSc. Published on: June 2, 2017

"As a coach, AthleteMonitoring give me unique insight into not only players injuries, illness and training and match load but gave us unique insight into other areas of their psychology that usually we don’t know. It is a wonderful tool."

Stefani Webb Head Women's Soccer Coach / Assistant AD, University of Texas - Tyler


"I could not be happier with what we have achieved this season with regards to the time efficient collection, automated analysis and storage of data with Our injury stats have been outstanding and I am sure that you have played a part in us achieving that. Thanks."

Andrew Clark Head of Sport Science/Football Conditioning
 Sydney FC - 2017 Hyundai A-League Champions


"Having available athletes is a key focus in our mission statement for the 35th Americas Cup. The AthleteMonitoring app has enabled us to efficiently record and analyse how our athletes feel on a day to day basis and how they react to training load. Our athletes find it easy to use and we find it easy to access athlete readiness. I have used other apps and Excel versions before but Francois and his team have created a cost efficient user friendly version that is the best I have used to date. They are always on hand to discuss data analysis and are open to change allowing coaches to recommend changes that would benefit their personal requirements & needs. This approach to helping coaches tailor their data collection is a breath of fresh air and has made our decision to use Athlete Monitoring beyond worthwhile."

Ben Williams Head of Human Performance, INEOS TEAM UK


"We objectively track day-day performance changes across a range of physical readiness tests and also track training loads at an individual level. Francois and his team are readily available to provide assistance and are extremely proactive in discussing and implementing future additions and adjustments to the monitoring system so it continues to provide a simple, time efficient method of monitoring a professional sports team. "

David Gray Head Strength & Conditioning Coach
NZ Hurricanes - 2016 Super Rugby Champions

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