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Friday, February 2 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Individualization of Monitoring and Performance Data in Collegiate Athletes to Understand Differences in Response to Training

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With the multitude of technology that is currently available for sports performance, there is a need to understand the importance of individualization of this information to understand the stimulus and response for each athlete. Within the same training or game session, athletes will have different levels of stress (workload) from a physical and psychological perspective. Monitoring team averages will fail to capture this information which is truly important for keeping players healthy. This talk will focus on the importance of individualizing monitoring data. We will explore how to handle different technologies to put together a clear picture of where each athlete is at and the best methods to keep them healthy and performing at a high level. This talk will demonstrate the importance of monitoring stress from academic, social, psychological and physical stimuli as part of the monitoring program in collegiate student athletes. The talk will discuss how to turn data into information that can be used to educate the athletes themselves about the importance of nutrition, sleep and other recovery strategies. This talk will be a combination of examples and practical application using R to create customized interactive dashboards and pull data from the internet.

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Tyler Bosch

Cofounder / Research Scientist, Dexalytics / University of Minnesota
Tyler earned his doctorate in Kinesiology at the University of Minnesota in 2014, he completed a two-year post-doc in the University of Minnesota Medical School. He started Dexalytics 2015 and as well as serving as a research scientist at the University of Minnesota with a focus on... Read More →

Friday February 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm CST
Room 7