Jaime Fernandez helped the Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball team reach the NCAA national championships final for the first time in their history, using Firstbeat Sports.
Real-time Training Guidance and Better Athlete Relationships – With Jaime Fernandez, University of Arizona Women’s Basketball – Ep. 16
Welcome to the Firstbeat Sports Podcast where we talk with coaches and sports scientists to explore the latest in performance monitoring and how it is making a difference in NCAA…
Join Firstbeat and special guest Sean Conaty as we delve into the best practices for returning to ‘normal’ training and practice when the time comes.
Andy Bliz discusses the role of an athletic trainer in DI sports, why he promotes a proactive rather than reactive approach to sports medicine, and the value of data in informing coaching decisions and the return to play protocol.
On the line today is Henry Barrera. Henry is the Director of Performance for the Liberty Men’s Basketball program, who are heading to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014 after being crowned Atlantic Sun Conference Champions in their first season in the conference.
In the next Firstbeat Sports webinar, strength and conditioning expert Sean Conaty delivers insight into the practical use of quantified recovery data in his work with NCAA basketball players.
Tim Beltz, M.Sc. describes best practices for using training load data to challenge each athlete in the most individually beneficial way possible.
The Buffalo Bulls Director of Sports Performance reveals how the reigning MAC champions use Firstbeat Sports.
As part of the Firstbeat Sports webinar series, Sean Conaty of the University of Eastern Michigan delivered his insights into the practical side of using data to enhance performance for NCAA men’s basketball players.
The Kent State men’s basketball team is utilizing Firstbeat Sports Team solution in monitoring the training load and recovery of the players. – We use Firstbeat heart rate monitors and…
The ability to track intensity and quantify training loads using technology plays a big role in today’s game, giving team experts the ability to see in specific terms how individual athletes are impacted by training and how they respond at a physiological level.