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First hand observations and implementations of GymAware on the floor. How the best in the business are leveraging the GymAware experience and capitalising on the growing community sharing their stories.
Do you need mean propulsive velocity? Velocity-based training (VBT) is a simple, reliable 1, 2, and accurate method of prescribing and monitoring training. However, one of the most important considerations and frequent questions is ‘What [...]
Blog | GYMAWARE VS CAMERA BASED SYSTEMS In this article, we compare GymAware vs Camera-Based Systems. We will examine the drawbacks and limitations of Camer based Systems and compare to GymAware. Our opinions are formed [...]
Research| Within-Unit Reliability and Between-Units Agreement of the Commercially Available Linear Position Transducer and Barbell-Mounted Inertial Sensor to Measure Movement Velocity - Mladen Jovanovic & Ivan Jukic (2020) _______ The purpose of this study was [...]
Velocity Based Training - Boxing This episode is centred around Velocity based Training in Professional Boxing. In this Episode of Velocity Philosophy we are joined by Danny Wilson who is the Co founder of Boxing [...]
GymAware API Integration Guide This guide is aimed at developers of athlete monitoring systems that wish to make use of the data from GymAware Powertools. The GymAware Powertool is a Linear Position Transducer used by [...]
Applying VBT in Small School Environments In this weeks episode of the Velocity Philosophy we sat down with Elliott Richardson who is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Acadia University in Canada. Elliott shared [...]
In this weeks episode of the Velocity Philosophy we chat with Giuliano Sanchez, Director of Athletic Performance at Jesuit Dallas. This episode focuses on how Giuliano uses Velocity Based Training and GymAware to engage high [...]
In this weeks episode of the Velocity Philosophy we sat down with Stephanie Mock, Director of Olympic Sports at Mississippi State University. Stephanie has a wealth of experience with velocity based training and gave insight [...]
Velocity Based Training - Football This episode is centred around Velocity based Training in Professional Football. In this episode we are joined by Ted Rath who is the Director of Sports Performance for the Philadelphia [...]
Phil Daru is the founder and CEO of Daru Strong. He specialises in MMA and combat sports however has a wealth of knowledge that covers sports such as bodybuilding, powerlifting, baseball and football just to [...]
In Velocity Philosophy we interview leading experts in the field of strength coaching who implement velocity based training. Our aim is to use case studies/user stories to try and move away from theory and science [...]
User Story The McEntyre Brothers ______ When Australian throwing coach Angus McEntyre first introduced Velocity Based Training (VBT) his athletes enjoyed immediate and significant improvements. In particular, his 21-year-old brother and Olympic possible, Cameron McEntyre, [...]