Physical: The VX Log, vest and heart rate strap deliver a comprehensive view of athlete workload through the use of GPS, and sensors including an accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope. Over 1 million data points are collected in a typical 90 minute training session for a single athlete which are used to calculate into high intensity distance, number of sprints, accelerations, heart rate zones, body forces, metabolic power and more.
Readiness: Athletes self report their daily sleep, nutrition, soreness, RPE, and stress levels into the VX mobile application.
Both physical and readiness data feeds into the VX software and is turned into simple metrics that empower daily decision making.
Physical data aggregates into customizable summary load metrics that can be used to get comprehensive view of an athletes physical load. These summary loads can be preset in the software to suit a particular sport, competition level and athlete age or gender.
Readiness data aggregates into a single metric readiness score so that coaches have data not just on what players have done, but also how they feel as a result.
These two summary metrics provide simple insight for coaches to determine how hard and often athletes can train, yet still be ready for high performance on match day.
You can choose to view the summary load and readiness metrics, or dive into deep analysis through customizable team and individual reports.
The VX System provides fully customizable reporting on a team and individual level. This data is invaluable in helping you shape training periodization plans for your athletes for the coming week, as well as for setting up records of historical performance data.
In doing this, you can assign load targets at athlete and team level, as well as adjust these over time based on performance in training.