A list of all the tutorials posted in Sportlyzer blog to make the most of Sportlyzer coaching software and workout log. Read more ►
Date: July 12, 2013 Jaan SaksComments:Comments Off
Date: August 26, 2014 Tõnis SaagComments:Comments Off
Sportlyzer is looking for an energetic product & development manager who is passionate about developing new software solutions, and would be excited to help sport clubs effectively drive the society’s health behaviour.
You would be sitting at the intersection of business, design, and technology and be responsible for orchestrating the various activities associated with ensuring the development of Sportlyzer product family for sport clubs. Read more ►
Date: June 13, 2014 Tõnis SaagComments:Comments Off
Sportlyzer is looking for a user interaction designer to join our team in Tartu (Estonia) to help us create cohesive web, tablet and mobile apps with ultimate UI simplicity.
Sportlyzer provides sports clubs with an application family to effectively engage with their communities, administer club life and manage training. Our customers are not always fluent with technology, but need a comprehensive cross-platform collaboration system to get their work done.
Date: Tõnis SaagComments:Comments Off
Sportlyzer is looking for a creative iOS developer to join our dedicated mobile development team. You will develop mobile and tablet apps for athletes and coaches including different technologies like maps, web integration, video, audio, sensor data algorithms, etc. Read more ►
Date: Tõnis SaagComments:Comments Off
If you like building killer user interfaces, analyzing user behavior, tuning for better user experience, and staying on top of the latest front-end trends, then you should consider joining Sportlyzer team in Tartu, Estonia.
Sportlyzer is a sports monitoring platform (web, mobile) that connects coaches and athletes to help them grow their sports awareness and improve results.
Date: April 1, 2014 Tõnis SaagComments:Comments Off
Recreational athletes always struggle to find time for training – extreme working hours, family, friends and social media barely leave a chance for anything else. Our team leader Tõnis recently found his way out and now he’s leading big time ahead of pro athletes in the Sportlyzer activity leaderboard. How did he make it? Read more ►
Date: February 7, 2014 Jaan SaksComments:Comments Off
As most of the coaches have probably seen, the new Sportlyzer training planner is now live. It is similar to the old one, but with a few extra perks. You can get a good overview of the planner from Silver Mikk’s blog post, but to see, how to use the different features of the new planner, keep reading this post. Read more ►
Date: January 14, 2014 Jaan SaksComments:Comments Off
Our iOS developer Silver Mikk has used Sportlyzer analysis tools to create a neat overview of his year of training. He gives us a good summary of his general plan, volume and intensity, of his training camps and of his favorite workouts.
Date: January 8, 2014 Jaan SaksComments:Comments Off
Good news for all rowers – Rowing in Motion now allows the export of stroke rate data! This means that you can import it to Sportlyzer and merge it with data from your watch or other sources (if necessary). Read more ►
Date: January 6, 2014 Jaan SaksComments:Comments Off
Daily metrics has been updated with the fields for fat % and blood pressure. You can either enter them manually or use, for example, Withings smart scale which automatically syncs the information to Sportlyzer. Read more ►
Date: January 2, 2014 Jaan SaksComments:Comments Off
Events calendar can be used to add events, other than workouts, to your team’s calendar on Sportlyzer – e.g. training camps, meetings, birthdays, etc. Below is how you do it as a coach or a club admin. Read more ►