Achieving optimal performance at the right time in high level competition is difficult. Often excellent athletes or group of athletes can fail to perform at big events. A number of researchers in the field have shown that optimising stress levels is key to achieving long-term success: some stress is necessary to get ‘up’ for the event but too much stress can be detrimental. Over-training can thus be damaging and counter-productive. An athlete’s desire to compete can lead to over-training or short recovery times which can cause repetitive injury over the years. That’s where our test comes in: it allows continual management of an athlete’s stress levels so that training can be targeted and optimised.
Allowing continual management of athletes stress levels training loads can be adjusted to individual athletes resulting in a longer, sustained, targeted period of training.