How to perform jump tests with Vmaxpro

Jumps are a common method to evaluate a lot of athletes in a relatively short time, safely, using performance diagnostics. However, most hard- and software solutions fail in everyday training because either the test setup or the evaluation of the data takes too much...

How to handle quarantine strength training with Vmaxpro

Competitive sports is one of the areas of public life that has been most affected by the Coronavirus. Many leagues and competitions have been postponed, sometimes indefinitely. For many athletes this is a difficult time with a lot of uncertainty and question marks....

What is the status of Android (early 2020)

To perhaps explain the situ­a­tion a bit more and thus perhaps under­stand it a little better. Vmaxpro was first not meant to be a commer­cial product. There­fore, it was not orig­i­nally designed for any target group, poten­tial customer or anyone else. Rather, we...

How do our training recommendations work

Effec­tive strength training is based on the optimal inter­ac­tion of different stress norma­tives. These are the load used, the number of repe­ti­tions per set, the pause times between sets and the total number of repe­ti­tions. The aim is always to create a...

How to determine a velocity profile and the 1RM

We were often asked how Vmaxpro builds up a velocity profile, how the 1 rep maximum (1RM) is determined and how exactly the whole thing actually works in end. To be honest, even we as developers cannot predict or explain the exact paths to the result. Today, many...