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At Spellman Performance we use Catapult as our GPS provider from the high school level up to the pros. We primarily use GPS as a load management tool.
We are able to see data on our athletes from practices and games to measure volume, intensity, impacts and more. What other things around their speed could affect the athlete's in game speed? Catapult also makes it really easy to view and manage this data through reports giving us the ability to look at our athlete data on a daily and weekly basis.
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The ultimate tracking tool for players and coaches of all levels.
Establish a culture of excellence with data to back up your communication. As we track data on our athletes, we're able to effectively communicate why we make certain decisions, building trust within the team.
With easy to view reports, we're able to focus on 3-4 metrics that matter most in the matter of minutes.
Keep Players Safe
We use the data from Catapult One to optimize our training schedules, reduce injury risks, and protect our teams by managing load, intensity, and volume throughout each week.
Competition & Recruitment
Tracking data with our Catapult One GPS, we're able to create competition within our team, and around the country. Players can see top speeds from practices and games, and this data can be presented to scouts for recruiting opportunities.
How we use Catapult
We use Catapult GPS to track things like Volume and Intensity. For volume, we're looking at things like number of accelerations,
how much distance was covered, etc. For intensity, it will depend on the sport. For soccer, we'll look for things like volumetrics per minute
whereas football is more neurally driven, and we'll look at data points like high speed distance, and distance of acceleration.