THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM

The Multidisciplinary team in the Elite level consists of different roles and responsibilities from the sport scientists, medical staff, performance analysts and coaches of each Elite team.

 

Foot-ball interactions have been limited in terms of being measured, now the Multidisciplinary teams can gain deeper insight about these interactions and expand on the development of players, the sport and apply it in their field.  

MONITOR THE GAIT PROFILE

BRING THE LAB TO THE FIELD

 

Measure the biomechanics linked with injuries and identify the causes of a player’s injury such as faulty running mechanics, musculoskeletal impairment, a training error or extrinsic factors. Test players in the field (providing context to movement) opposed to testing them in the lab. 

BIOBANDING

IMPORTANCE OF TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL SKILL ACQUISITION

 

Compare data between Early Maturing Players and Late Maturing Players to see how it effects training sessions when coaches put early maturing players with the late maturing players and when coaches mix the two groups together. Construct individual technical plans with players at an early age.

KICKING ACTIONS TO PROFILE PLAYERS

PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT AND INJURY RISK REDUCTION STRATEGIES

 

Have the power to measure a strength or power measure in the release velocity of a player. The ability to now profile each player in training sessions where MDT teams look at each player’s left vs right foot maximum release velocity. Interesting insights can be investigated in the technical loading score and trying to identify soft tissue injuries through kicking mechanics.


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