Players’ profiling: the Metabolic Power profile

Aug 14, 2020 | ACADEMY, WEBINAR

Test your players without testing them.
How to obtain an individual metabolic power profile (MPP) by considering a specific time period of normal training?


Metabolic Power Profile

In last month’s gpexe webinar, Dr J Cassirame, C. Osgnach and Prof PE di Prampero presented the metabolic power profile for team sports. Here is an extract of Prof di Prampero presentation.

Gpexe implemented the Metabolic Power profile, together with the Acceleration Speed profile, into the gpexe web app. Both profiles are now available in a beta version for all gpexe users.

This feature will make your job easierfaster, and at the same time more effective. As a gpexe user, you will be able to assess the maximal behaviour of each player in a few clicks and visualise it on the gpexe web app in an easy-to-read format. You will no longer need a specific testing session.

You will also need no arbitrary thresholds since each player has his own profile. Getting to know when the player is in its optimal physical condition will be a benchmark to evaluate the performance and to manage the recovery from injuries.

The full webinar is available for all the gpexe users on the web app – gpexe Academy, “Video” section.

For more information or to request a demo, contact the gpexe team here.


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