Performance | Mar 19, 2020
The Arizona Coyotes' S&C consultant talks technology and the NHL.

Welcome to the fifth and final episode in this series of podcasts from the Leaders Performance Institute and our partners Kinduct.

By John Portch

For the best part of a year we have endeavoured to bring you human performance experts across the world discussing best practice, the role of performance data, and what the future of athlete and intelligence management systems might look like.

Episode 1 with Kevin Forbes, Enterprise Product Manager at Kinduct, is available here.

Episode 2 with Brandon McDaniel, Head of Strength & Conditioning at the LA Dodgers, is available here.

Episode 3 with Josh Walker, the Co-Founder and President of the Sports Innovation Lab, is available here.

Episode 4 with Dave Anderson & Steve Gera, the Chief Digital Officer and CEO of the Gains Group, is available here.

In this episode, we spoke to Tommy Powers, the strength & conditioning consultant at the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes.

He also heads up his own performance centre called Empowers Performance, where he works to formulate programmes for individual athletes from youth to pro level.

On the conversational agenda were:

– His journey from playing NCAA hockey to strength coaching [1:40];

– How hockey has evolved during his time in the NHL in terms of tech and S&C [4:20];

– His work integrating Kinduct technologies and other products into his own performance centre [12:15];

– What the future looks like in the marriage between hockey and technology [17:40].

Regardless of whether you’re a coach just trying to track and train your athletes or a performance director leading multiple staff and juggling a variety of data sources, Kinduct’s athlete intelligence and management systems will help you better understand your athletes to drive improved performance.

Kinduct’s broad range of tools allows you to consolidate various athlete data sources, analyze that information for actionable insights, collaborate on programming across multiple departments or locations, and deliver that plan through a variety of athlete-facing engagement solutions.

Find out what hundreds of elite sport organizations already know and let Kinduct help provide you with the right information, with the right tools, at the right time, to help inform your decisions.

For more information, check out kinduct.com.

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