Daily wellbeing questionnaires completed by players

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Daily wellbeing questionnaires completed by players to monitor player welfare and physical condition. Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 By admin Case Study – St. Helens Rugby League Client: St Helens Rugby League
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Matt Daniels, St Helens, Head of Strength and Conditioning: “We collect reams of data on our players via daily wellbeing questions, physical marker scores, strength testing, RPEs and GPS. To do this in one central system allows us to collate, monitor and analyse the demands and workloads of our players and to alter training accordingly. The data collected from the strength and conditioning staff supports our medical team who document and record all injuries, notes and fitness tests within the system. This allows us to take objective information to our coaches on the state of players so we can support them to perform at elite level”. Mike Rush, St Helens, Chief Executive: “The Sports Office rugby-specific system The Rugby Squad has proved an invaluable tool for us. To have one centralized system that has information on all of players from scholarship to first team allows me to see what has happened and what it is going to happen. It allows me to access information away from the training ground and feedback precise and important messages to our owner and board members to maintain and continue to develop elite rugby league players for our club.” Client Requirements: Club require the capability to capture, monitor and analyse data on players on a daily, seasonal and long term basis. Solution and Benefits: St Helens Rugby League Club was one of the first to adopt The Sports Office performance management solutions. Over the years they have collected millions of data points on their players, which has proved invaluable in recent times. St Helens make comprehensive use of The Rugby Squad throughout their organisation, including: The identification and reporting of junior grass root players. Educational feedback to academy players. Delivery of post-game videos. Daily capture of physical markers. Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 By admin Case study – A national governing body within the UK
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The selection and monitoring of players from domestic teams and clubs for the national sides is a complex and time consuming process. It involves a wide number of people across a variety of departments. Information also needs to be communicated back to the players’ clubs and the staff within these organisations. The Sports Office was selected to help in the two-way communication between the national or representative side’s management and a player’s parent club, with particular emphasis on the medical status of each athlete. A quicker, more streamlined system has helped to monitor player wellbeing and injury, making considerable savings in time and money.
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  • Summer '16
  • teresia
  • Tel Aviv, sports science, Scotland national football team, rugby league, Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C., Scottish Football Association

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