Detect recovery issues, prevent excessive fatigue, and mitigate the impact of non-sport stressors on the athlete body and mind
Identify readiness to train, optimize recovery, adapt daily loads
A key injury prevention tool
Sports science has shown that injuries occur more often when athletes train too hard or compete in a state of fatigue and that self-reported wellness questionnaire can be a reliable and accurate method to identify athletes’ readiness to train, and to measure the impact of non-sport stressors on the recovery process.
As such, self-reported wellness feedback can be analyzed and interpreted into reliable predictors of risk, and poor wellness scores indicate potential psychological issues or physical under-recovery.
Wellness monitoring helps coaches know how each athlete is responding to workload so they can easily:
- Adjust daily loads proactively
- Prevent injuries and overtraining
- Streamline injury recovery
- Detect and respond to issues quickly
Track what matters
AthleteMonitoring.com streamlines wellness monitoring and track all crucial factors.
- Heart rate variability (needs extra app)
- Neuromuscular recovery tests
- And much more
AthleteMonitoring.com in practice
Athletes complete a short customizable wellness questionnaire every morning on their smartphone
Automated alerts and dashboard highlights athletes that warrant immediate individual attention, offer quick access to data and proactive recommendations
Coach can easily interpret risk and readiness on team dashboard using preferred metrics and customizable graphs
Coach can immediately open and adjust the athletes’ daily program and make proactive workload adjustments to minimize risk, speed up recovery or optimize performance
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 Pratique d’optimisation de la charge et de prévention des blessures
Blessures, infections et contreperformances évitables sont des problèmes courants en sport de haut niveau. 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.