1. Sportlyzer tutorials

    Date: July 12, 2013 By: Jaan Saks
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    A list of all the tutorials posted in Sportlyzer blog to make the most of Sportlyzer coaching software and workout log. Read more ►


  2. The stumbling blocks of LTAD: why is it hard to implement?

    Date: March 2, 2015 By: Erki Tarro
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    Boxing_LTAD

    You will take some hits on the way, but Long-Term Athlete Development model is the way forward

    We have delved into the subject of Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) in our last blog post. We looked at the benefits that focusing on the long-term, holistic development of an athlete can bring. Many may feel that a lot of what adds up to the LTAD model is common sense – people mostly agree with the concept pretty easily. Yet we still see that actually applying LTAD to the whole training process as an overarching idea can be difficult as practical problems arise. But to solve these problems, we first have to define them. Read more ►


  3. Seven benefits of Long-Term Athlete Development model: Why follow it?

    Date: February 26, 2015 By: Erki Tarro
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    Long-Term Athletic Development leads to happier lives

    The whole team of Sportlyzer has grown up doing sports. We have people who have excelled in swimming, karate or skating. We have people who have competed in rowing, football or triathlon and more. Even after youth sports we have stayed connected to the things we love, making us a pretty good example of Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model. It’s a sports development model that we live by, intended to ensure long-term benefits from age-specific exercising, bringing lifelong sports enjoyment and success. Let’s discover the major benefits of the LTAD model.

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  4. Why do we need physical literacy?

    Date: February 13, 2015 By: Erki Tarro
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    Climbing is an important part of physical literacy

    Physical literacy is a brilliant concept that has been gaining some traction in the sports community. Canadians, the frontrunners of the concept, have started to implement the idea in their sports community on a large scale, but to the wider world, being physically literate is either a complete nonsense or just being good at sports.

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  5. It’s Winter Time

    Date: December 22, 2014 By: Jaan Saks
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    Sportlyzer Holiday Greetings 2014

    The winter time has begun and so have the holidays. Hence, on behalf of all the Sportlyzer Team, we wish you the snowiest days full of fun winter activities. Read more ►


  6. How a regular guy passed pro athletes in the Sportlyzer activity leaderboard

    Date: April 1, 2014 By: Tõnis Saag
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    Sportlyzer activity leaderboard April 1

    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 ►


  7. The new training planner

    Date: February 7, 2014 By: Jaan Saks
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    Sportlyzer training planner - training templates ft

    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 ►


  8. Silver Mikk’s overview of the year

    Date: January 14, 2014 By: Jaan Saks
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    Silver Mikk - year in review from Sportlyzer

    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.

    Take a look at his post from here. Read more ►


  9. Stroke rate from Rowing in Motion

    Date: January 8, 2014 By: Jaan Saks
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    Stroke rate from Rowing in MotionGood 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 ►


  10. Fat % and blood pressure

    Date: January 6, 2014 By: Jaan Saks
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    Daily metrics - fat percentage and blood pressure ft

    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 ►


  11. Events calendar for clubs

    Date: January 2, 2014 By: Jaan Saks
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    Events calendar | Sportlyzer

    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 ►