Kitman Labs, a leader in Performance Intelligence Solutions for elite sports teams and BridgeAthletic, the industry’s most advanced high performance training software for coaches and athletes today announced a partnership and a real-time integration. At a time when athletes around the globe are training from home due to COVID-19, the partnership is especially important, allowing coaches to design, deliver, and monitor programs remotely through BridgeTracker, and enabling performance staff to centralize and analyze all data, including data from BridgeTracker, into the Kitman Labs Performance Intelligence Platform. With the real-time integration, teams have the best intelligence for better, faster decision making about short and long term athlete development.
Raph Brandon: The success to what we’ve implemented with England cricket and the collaboration we’ve had with the counties to help prepare the England players. So far this summer, has been the fact that we’ve taken a package approach. So, we’re not just betting all our chips on testing, for example, we’re putting a lot […]
Join us in this exclusive episode, of the Game Changer Podcast where we interview the Football Association’s Head of Medicine, Dr. Charlotte Cowie. She shares with us exclusive insight into how elite sport is coming together to work with the DCMS to help organisations safely return to play. Here’s what you’ll take away: exclusive insight […]
Rugby Canada has become the latest elite sports governing body to choose The Sports Office Athlete Management System. They will use it throughout their organizational structure, to support various departments and high-performance teams. Matt Barr, Rugby Canada’s Director of Athletic Performance, said: “The Sports Office will allow us to operate with a platform that […]
S2 Ep8: Raph Brandon Interview – England and Wales Cricket Board – Returning to the International Stage
Join us in this exclusive episode, of the Game Changer Podcast where we interview England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) Head of Sports Science, Medicine and Innovation, Raph Brandon. He shares with us exclusive insight as England Cricket return to play, providing his views and experiences with: Tackling the challenges of Covid-19 for national squads […]
We say football, you say soccer. We say boot, you say cleat. We say training, you say practice. We say knockouts, you say playoffs…. The global vocabulary of elite sports is filled with synonyms such as these, which are indeed synonyms. But some words that are thought to be synonyms are actually quite different. At the […]
The Kitman Labs team hosted a leading panel of resilience experts to discuss overcoming the challenges of Covid-19.
Join us as we speak with AIK Fotball’s Head of Coaching, Sean O’Shea as he provides insight on adapting and overcoming challenges of the Coronavirus and returning to play. Phil Clarke, Co-Founder and Operations Manager for The Sports Office and Andrew Whitelam, The Sports Office PR Consultant interview Sean O’shea from AIK Fotball. On this […]
Some form of subjective data visualization (i.e. Z score plots) can be misleading when there are gaps in the data between the athlete and their comparison group. These gaps make it harder to communicate the top line insights to athletes without looking at the raw values. De-normalized spider and radar graphs are a quick way […]
We consistently hear from medical and performance staff that it takes a lot of work to produce valuable injury reports and trends throughout the season. Kitman Labs reporting and dashboard solutions simplify the process of getting the information you need in the format you need to assess, collaborate, and make an impact. Longitudinal Medical Graphs […]