RYPT Blog

Monitoring your athletes like the pros

Posted by Jason McGahan Ph.D. MSc ASCC on 18-Apr-2020 10:00:00

[5 minute read]

The goal in training competitive athletes is to provide training loads that are effective in improving performance (Meeusen et al., 2013). Season long competition schedules in sport create challenges for coaches in balancing the requirements of developing and maintaining physical fitness, optimizing recovery as well as adjusting the training load before and between games (Gastin et al., 2013).

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Topics: Lifestyle, Sleep, Performance, Muscle Soreness, Recovery, Mood, Stress, Energy, Well-being, Monitoring, GAA

Deely Sport Science announce RYPT as strategic partner

Posted by RYPT Team on 14-Apr-2020 18:30:00

[2 min read]

RYPT are delighted to announce the launch of a strategic partnership with Deely Sport Science. Deely Sport Science provides cutting-edge resources for its community of coaches, teams, and athletes to help them maximize performance.

 

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Topics: Media, News, RYPT Partnerships

Kerry GAA announce RYPT as official S&C Partner

Posted by RYPT Team on 20-Feb-2020 17:37:33

[2 min read]

RYPT are delighted to announce the launch of a partnership with Kerry GAA as the exclusive provider of strength and conditioning programming software to support their performance athletes over the 2019-2020 season.

 

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Topics: Media, News, RYPT Partnerships, GAA

You're quitting already? 5-step plan to boost your February retention

Posted by RYPT Team on 30-Jan-2020 21:00:00

[4 min read]

There’s no doubt about it, January is a very unique and fruitful month for the fitness industry as people full of good intentions for the year ahead flock to gyms. The statistics tell the story...

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Topics: Gym management, Memberships, Member Retention

Putting a Sales Strategy in place for your Gym Launch

Posted by Mike Heffernan on 14-Dec-2019 14:34:00

[7 min read]

The first few months after opening are critical for the success of your gym as you’ll need to attract enough members to cover the cost of your overheads and reach breakeven. That’s why it’s very important to plan ahead and put a sales strategy in place to focus your launch sales efforts.

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Topics: Gym management, Opening a gym, Sweet-spot Customer, Sales, Memberships