Testing and Assessment

Detect talent, identify strength & weaknesses, set realistic goals, track progress and performance like never before.

Track fitness, performance & progress

Rely on hard data

The ability to quantify and evaluate individual & team progression towards performance goals is an integral part of any performance program.

Monitoring key fitness, strength, conditioning and performance metrics provides objective feedback that can be used to drive improvement, detect issues and increase success.

Keep a pulse on things

Evidence-based testing and evaluation helps:

  • Measure improvement
  • Identify weakness or limitation
  • Rank and motivate athletes
  • Assess the success of a training program
  • Plan future training cycles

Track everything, easily

AthleteMonitoring.com helps you to record, import, store and track testing and evaluation data from any strength & conditioning, biomechanics, neuromuscular recovery, or physiological protocol.

Customize test batteries & use your own tests, questionnaires, formulas, standards, terminology and more.

Did you know?

Serve velocity, medicine ball throws and tennis-specific endurance tests are significant predictor of performance in adolescent tennis players

Ulbricht A et al. J Strength Cond Res, 2015

AthleteMonitoring.com in practice

Enter test results in seconds or import data from other sources

Interpret and compare results to benchmarks or previous results.

Instantly produce individual and group profiles, graphs, stats & eye-catching reports

Share results with individuals, groups, and staff.

Download our practical guide to load management and injury prevention

In this document, you'll learn how to use the latest science and evidence-based workload management strategies to improve performance while preventing injuries.

Téléchargez notre guide d’optimisation de l'entraînement et de prévention des blessures

Blessures, infections et contreperformances sont des problèmes courants en sport de haut niveau. En France, chaque année, environ 792.000 athlètes de 15 à 29 ans sont victimes de blessures sportives. Dans cet article, nous présenterons les concepts fondamentaux de la gestion de charge de travail, les principaux indicateurs scientifiquement validés, ainsi que des stratégies et recommandations pratiques qui, une fois appliquées, permettront de réduire les risques de blessures et d’optimiser la performance.

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