Sport Testing - Dryland

AFTER COMPLETING THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO

Test independently hockey players. Sport Testing is a comprehensive solution for sport testing and evaluating the level-conditioning and coordination abilities of a hockey player. Sport Testing Dryland is ideal solution for every kind of sport. Moreover Sport Testing includes a set of tests specifically designed for ice hockey players. Testing on dryland is possible on the premises of a gym or gyms with appropriate equipment. We recommend using the Sport Testing not only for testing and evaluation, as well as a normal part of daily training, due to the possibility of immediate and objective feedback.


COURSE:  DG001

SPONSOR

Milan Kabat

LECTURER

Milan Kabat

LANGUAGE

EN  RU  SK

DURATION (TIME)

3 hours

PLACE

Gym

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WHO THE COURSE IS FOR

Coaches in sport centers, sports clubs

REQUIRED SKILLS

Basic computer skills

COURSE OUTLINE
  • Purpose and meaning, philosophy of testing and diagnosis
  • Testing phases (data collection, analysis, reports)
  • Hardware equipment required for testing
  • Taking care of testing hardware, charging
  • Starting the program
  • Program set up
  • Athlete reports
  • Standards, distribution, meaning
  • Test day, test plan
  • Test selection
  • Description of the standard testing, video demonstration
  • Implementation of testing, ensuring same codition for every tested athlete
  • Instant comparison with the standard during testing
  • Processing the results in a central database
  • Online report results
  • Individual reports of a player
  • Team reports
  • Parallel testing on several laptops at once
  • Standardized test sets: Advance Entry
  • Sport Testing as a motivator while training
MATERIALS, LITERATURE

Manual to application - Sport Testing

PREVIOUS COURSES
A001
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT

Installed sport testing on computer, sport testing devices.

LINK TO PRODUCT DETAIL

www.hockeydts.com/packages/diagnostic/sport-testing-dryland/

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