Sports Measuring and Monitoring

In sports, training supported by fitness analysis and data collection has become essential. I have constantly invested in the most advanced and innovative devices. The equipment and measuring devices helps me to get a clear and accurate picture of an athlete's physical condition and at the same time creating a long-term analysis record.

Recorded data is stored in a personal profile for each athlete. At each test/measurement, the data is added to the athlete's profile, resulting in a report of the athlete's progress or regression over a given period of time.

The achievements in high performance sport are the result of years of work carried out by a team consisting of the athlete, coach, nutritionist, physiotherapist, psychologist and physiologist. From a purely competitive perspective they all share the same goal - the athlete to reach their optimum performance capacity on the right day and at the right time. We must therefore be able to provide accurate and reliable measurements for both performance and those factors that influence athletic performance.

This allows the coach and athlete to assess, as accurately as possible, the athlete's current condition, performance preparation status, the required levels of performance to excel and then identify strategies to achieve them. We also use measurement to help evaluate performance and training outcomes. Analysing and finding explanations for better or poorer performance to generate future training plans and facilitate performance improvement.

My portfolio includes devices from well-known manufacturers such as OPTOJUMP, GYKO, MICROGATE, SEIKO.

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Brief description of the Optojump system

Optojump allows the recording of images during the performed physical tests, synchronising them with the measurements. This allows a cross-check between data and images enabling a complex analysis.

The system management interface is divided into 3 main sections:

  • Athlete data
  • Trials
  • Results

Athlete data

This is the section where athletes' profiles are created and logged. Each profile can contain a range of data (personal data, grades, photos of the athlete, etc.).


Managing, setting up and running new tests (jumping, reaction, running, etc.).
During the testing, three types of real-time feedback are received: numerical, graphical and video. Once the test is confirmed, all three types of data are saved and remain available for immediate analysis or future reference.

Results and video analysis

In this section it is possible to access previously performed tests at any time. Images can be compared with the data (numerical and graphical). Video support is very helpful to "remember" how the athlete performed a test weeks or months before.

Thanks to the videos any anomaly in the numerical data is easy to identify. The video images are synchronised with the recording values. This makes it possible to see what happened when a particular set of data was recorded (e.g. if a contact time seems too long, the cause can be determined by observing the images at the time the value was recorded).

The video speed can be lowered to single frame or still. The software also allows drawing on the still image. In the results section it is possible to compare two or more tests (e.g. to see the performance of an athlete over a period of time or to compare the results of two or more tests).