The primary purpose of the HPL is to be a World Class leader in applied Sport Science research combining Mindroom expertise and external advisors with cutting edge technology to enhance human performance.
There are four major components of the Mindroom Human Performance Lab:
A) Analytics Relational Database – which addresses multiple analytic domains including player performance, player selection, injury prevention, within game player technical statistics and team tactical strategies, etc. Consequently, the Analytics team can then predict player data (e.g., turnovers, player tendencies, etc.) and team tendencies to predict what kind of tactical strategy will be most effective against specific teams (e.g., set plays, specialty teams, etc.) to gain a competitive advantage.
B) Local Position Monitoring and Physiological Status Monitoring for biometric player and team performance – These technologies and sensors (e.g., accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, heart rate monitors, etc.) are utilized by sport scientists to measure Inertial Movement Analysis (IMA) of athletes in training and competition (e.g., acceleration, deceleration, speed, etc) and the amount of the physical training and/or competitive loads. These technologies allow Teams to make predictions about performance; rest & recovery to prevent risk of injury, and optimization of training.
C) Sport Science Lab works in concert with the Sports Medicine Team to ensure the accurate tracking and monitoring of athlete training loads and recovery programs (e.g., return-to-play protocols) are optimized for peak performance. In addition, athlete biomarkers (e.g., Neuro-cognitive, Cardio, Neuro-muscular, Metabolic, Hormonal, Sleep, etc.) are tracked to assess Mindroom Athlete Readiness and Athlete Recovery Indexes for each athlete.
D) Athlete Profile Reports are then uploaded in real-time for management, coaches, scouts, and athletes, etc. Sharing data and analytics with coaches and management allows teams to:
1) Develop competitive intelligence and tactical options
2) Insight on player performance to individualize player training
3) Injury prediction by predicting patterns of player injury and prevention
4) Empower players to take ownership for their performance improvement
5) Empower management to make informed decisions
The Nine Pillars of Resilience
Mindfulness Training for Sport
Sport Performance Assessments
Reaction Time Training for Sport
Sport Physiology and Yearly Training Plans
Physiological Status Monitoring of Athletes
Virtual Reality and Brain Computer Interface
Sport Vision Assessments (Neuro & Performance Vision)