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Update to Woodway
PSM Training Echo is a tool targeted at S&C coaches
and trainers to provide;
1.
Metrics to measure the effectiveness of
their training regimes & programs over time
Session, week ,season
2.
Simplified reports, easily generated
Eliminate imports from various sensors.
The BioHarness measures & provides 5 inputs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
ECG
Respiration
Core Temp.
Accelerometry
Time
Windows Laptop
Gateway
antennae
Repeaters up to 4
1000 feet gateway only; 2,000 ft with repeaters
OmniSense Software
Displayed top left, or top
right, or centre.
Select via ‘Preferences’ box.
BioGaug
e
Customization of Safety & Training Zone parameters
ROG
Thresholds
Training
Zones
Workouts
Add section:
Safety ROG Defaults
High HR Orange (%HRmax)
90%
High HR Red (%HRmax)
80%
Low HR Red (BPM)
40
Add section (drives the color of the
High BR Red (BPM)
tile in Training tab):
40
Low BR Red (BPM)
Training HR Zones
(reset to
4
default option)
High Tcore (degrees F or C)
Red (High intensity zone)
102.5 F
110%[email protected] –
Act Low (time)
30 sec
100%HRmax
Orange (Anaerobic zone)
100%[email protected] –
110%[email protected]
Yellow
95%[email protected] –
100%[email protected]
101 20
Treadmill Test
Jump Height
180 27
How ‘explosive’ is a player?
Peak Gs in 1st second
41
Maximal effort
VO2max, AT, Hrmax, HRrecovery
Repeatable indication of power
40 Yard Dash
192
Static Test
Dehydration, Acute fatigue,
Over-training?
HRV, HRrest
Parameter
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Description
Heart Rate
Beats per minute
Heart Rate Percent
HR displayed against background stratified at 65% and 85%of
subject's HR max
Breathing Rate
Breaths per minute
Posture
0°=vertical 90°=prone 180°=inverted
Activity
VMU = 0.2~walking 0.8~jogging. At each 100Hz sampling point, the
three axial
accelerometer values are combined to give a single acceleration
magnitude in g. VMU
is the average value of this magnitude over a 1 second epoch
Peak Acceleration
The largest acceleration magnitude - 3 axes combined – in previous
second. Max.
dependent on hardware version. 3.3g on older hardware; currently 8g
Heart Rate at AT
Recorded when subject crosses their breathing rate anaerobic
threshold
Heart Rate Recovery at 30sec Recorded when HRR criteria are met
Physiological Load
Cumulative index of effort based on heart rate
Mechanical Load
Cumulative index of effort based on acceleration
Training Load
Average of the above two
Physiological Intensity
I nstantaneous index of effort based on heart rate
Mechanical Intensity
Instantaneous index of effort based on acceleration
Training Intensity
Average of the above two
Physiological Load: a cumulative score, based on time in HR-zones,
that adds up over a work-out to indicate how much physiological
load your system has experienced during that session.
Equation: Physiological Load =
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HR avg is calculated for each epoch (1/60 mins (1 second but in
units of minutes)), and a value assigned to zone factor according
to:
HR _Zone_Factor Criteria
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5 HRavg between 90% & 100% HRmax
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4 HRavg between 80% & 89% HRmax
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3 HRavg between 70% & 79% HRmax
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2 HRavg between 60% & 69% HRmax
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1 HRavg between 50% & 59% HRmax
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0 HRavg less than 49% HRmax
Needs to be
0-10
Mechanical Load: a cumulative score, based on time in ‘G-zones’, that
adds up over a work-out to indicate how much mechanical load
your system has experienced during that session.
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Peak G avg is calculated for each epoch (1/60 mins (1 second but
in units of minutes)), and a value assigned to zone factor
according to:
PeakG_Zone _Factor Criteria
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5 PeakGavg greater than 2.5 Gs
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4 PeakGavg between 2.0 & 2.49 Gs
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3 PeakGavg between 1.5 & 1.99 Gs
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2 PeakGavg between 1.0 & 1.49 Gs
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1 PeakGavg between 0.5 & .99 Gs
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0 PeakGavg less than 0.49 Gs
Needs to be
0-10
Physiological intensity: used in 2 ways:
a.
Instantaneous: tells you how hard you are working at that moment, on a scale
of 0-5.
b.
Average at end of session: tells you how hard you worked on a scale of 0-5, on
average, during a session.
Equation:
a. Instantaneous Physiological Intensity = current HRzone factor
b. Session Average Physiological Intensity = (Physiological_Load) /
(Session_Duration_in_Minutes)
HR _Zone_Factor Criteria
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5 HRavg between 90% & 100% HRmax
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4 HRavg between 80% & 89% HRmax
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3 HRavg between 70% & 79% HRmax
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2 HRavg between 60% & 69% HRmax
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1 HRavg between 50% & 59% HRmax
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0 HRavg less than 49% HRmax
Needs to be
0-10
Mechanical Intensity:
a.
b.
Instantaneous: tells you how hard you are working at that moment, on a scale of
0-5.
Average at end of session: tells you how hard you worked on a scale of 0-5, on
average, during a session.
Equation:
a.
b.
Instantaneous: Current G-zone factor
Average Mechanical Intensity =
(Mechanical_Load)/(Session_Duration_in_Minutes)
PeakG_Zone _Factor Criteria
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5 PeakGavg greater than 2.5 Gs
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4 PeakGavg between 2.0 & 2.49 Gs
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3 PeakGavg between 1.5 & 1.99 Gs
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2 PeakGavg between 1.0 & 1.49 Gs
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1 PeakGavg between 0.5 & .99 Gs
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0 PeakGavg less than 0.49 Gs
Needs to be
0-10
Incorporation of IMETT
Periodization
workouts
Includes
the
Low intensity 3
Low intensity 4
Low intensity 5
Medium intensity 1
ROG
Thresholds
Medium intensity 2
Training
Zones
Workouts
Medium intensity 3
workout in the
Session Names
Add section:
list and
dropdown onWorkouts
Copy over workouts that can be
Live
prescribed from Periodization
software:
Preview:
Low intensity 3
Workout Sessions drive the target zone
color on the Training tab which changes
over time with the prescribed workout,
and when selected, user sees a preview
of the workout/test as below.
BH
367
R↑H
R 0
Add assigned
BH device ID on
left side of name
(always present)
Change
name
Safe
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