Solution for endurance sports coaches that makes difference in everyday communications with athletes.
- More efficient communication.
- Better motivation.
- Simple and intuitive tools for everyday work.
Good Coach is a training planning support system for endurance sports such as running.
If you are looking for something more than popular social training websites, something that will raise your training to a higher level, you've found right application.
- Planning -
Plan your workouts daily for your athletes and be flexible. The best coaches must be able to adapt to the circumstances every day, be able to adjust their workouts to make them the best at the moment.
Good Coach gives you the opportunity to be up to date with what is going on with the athlete and quick coach response. You can plan workouts for the future, add notes and add races (in preparation). An important option is also the ability to move training and copy it between the days.
- Communication -
We believe that perfect communication between the coach and the athlete is a recipe for success. That's why Good Coach gives you tools to support this sphere of cooperation. From today, both the coach and the athlete will be quickly informed about important events, such as training, adding notes or a message from the coach. You can choose the channels you want to be informed, you can choose push notifications or e-mail.
The athlete has the training schedule literally in his pocket. Mobile application allow for easy view of training on any day.
- Analysis -
Analyze the training of athletes, the number of kilometers or miles they run, the time devoted to training and training load. See what kind of training measures have been planned and done, decide for yourself what you are prescribing to the athletes.
Analyze athletes' training to get the most out of their training.
- Motivation -
Each athlete needs "fuel" and motivation from his coach. Using the Good Coach system, the coach receives new, simple motivational tools.
You can simply "like" the athlete's training by giving him a "cookie". It is known that many people run to be able to eat more cookies. Motivate athletes via a simple chat connected with each scheduled workout.