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

Feature Focus / Lifestyle (Well-being) Monitoring

Posted by Cormac O'Beirne on 22-Aug-2019 16:02:54

[4 minute read]

This week we rolled out our much anticipated Lifestyle / Well-being Monitoring feature. Allowing you to monitor your client's / athlete's perceived well-being through a daily questionnaire. Here's a little bit more on what the feature can do...

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Topics: Launch, RYPT, Feature focus, Lifestyle, Performance, Recovery, Well-being, Monitoring, Product

6 benefits of monitoring your clients / athletes well-being

Posted by Cormac O'Beirne on 21-Aug-2019 17:19:14

[3 minute read]

Whether you work with elite athletes or regular people who just want to improve their health and fitness, Lifestyle / Well-being monitoring can be very beneficial for both coach and client / athlete. But what is it and why should you be doing it? Let's find out...

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

5 Reasons to Monitor your Well-being

Posted by Cormac O'Beirne on 20-Aug-2019 18:36:15

[3 minute read]

Whether you're an elite athlete or a regular person who likes to keep fit, you may have heard of Lifestyle / Well-being monitoring. But what is it and why should you be doing it? Let's find out...

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

Calorie Saving Strategies

Posted by RYPT Team on 15-Aug-2019 12:04:00

[2 minute read]

To lose weight, your calorie intake has to be lower than the calories you burn - creating a calorie deficit. Making long-lasting changes to the amount of food you eat can be difficult however, so we've come up with some strategies that you can download for free, to help you reduce your overall calorie intake and get to that all-important deficit.

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Topics: Lifestyle, Performance, Calorie Deficit, Weight Loss