GymAware is a small, portable, and accurate linear encoder which attaches to free weights bars and weight stack machines for measuring Power output. It combines the mobility of an iPad hand-held device to record data with the power of the Internet. Gymaware data can be securely accessed online anywhere, any time.
The GymAware system assesses performance in the gym. Results are then used as key indicators of the overall condition of an athlete.
• Motivate athletes with instant results
• Compare athletes and team results over time
• Benchmark with strength and power profiles
• Ensure recovery by measuring the return of power
• Recognise the onset of fatigue, overreaching and illness
• Assess and demonstrate the effectiveness of different training programmes
• Sets up in less than a minute
• Measures dozens of parameters including acceleration, power, velocity, displacement, force and work done
One of the unique features of GymAware that other systems do not include is an angle sensor in the linear encoder. The purpose of this is to correct errors on lifts that contain a relatively small horizontal component such as Powercleans etc. If the angle component changes greatly within a set, the data is flagged as having a large change in angle which could indicate poor protocol and large errors in measurement.
The GymAware App is free to download from the iTunes store and allows users to:
• Collect and review results across generic lift types
• Basic export to CSV
• GymAware Lite can be used without internet connection
• The most basic mode providing realtime feedback as no results are saved
• This mode is the default (when not connected to the Cloud)
• Constantly in data collection mode
• Targets and ranges are able to be set
Contains a simulator mode which allows those without a GymAware PowerTool ability
to access all the features available to a GymAware Cloud user and experience the full
features of the GymAware App with 3 demo athletes.
The Gymaware Hardware includes:
• GymAware Powertool sensor
• USB cable and charger
• Hard carry case
• Quick start user guide
“The Gymaware system is a terrific innovation which provides immediate and accurate feedback on the power performance of our players. Its durability, the detail of the information provided and the ease of its use make it superior to similar products I have come across previously. It has become an invaluable training tool for us in the preparation of our players.”
Daniel Tobin- Head of Fitness, Leinster Rugby.
“In the highly competitive world of elite sport, the Gymaware Power Testing System is a vital tool for giving sports professionals within the EIS network the information we need. The interface to iPhone and iPad makes it simple, quick and highly portable- EIS have found it perfect for quick tests and travelling teams.”
Director of Performance Solutions, English Institute of Sport.
“We have found the full fit-out of a weight room with GymAware the key for providing athletes with an accurate performance monitoring tool. Our set up includes 10 lifting platforms, 10 GymAware Power Tools, 2 Large Screen TVs and 10 iPads. This set up maximises the Leaderboard feature. We have been using GymAware for the last 6 months and the precise, consistent and accurate data that comes from each of the 10 platforms is faultless.
The comparable data, reliability and accuracy of GymAware means that the athlete analysis is faultless.It has given the players a fresh focus to their weight sessions. They enjoy the live feedback from the TV monitors and the ability to pinpoint their strengths and weaknesses through the live data feedback.
I would highly recommend the GymAware power tool to anyone that is interested in measuring performance in the weights room. It provides a motivational and competitive environment.”
Kevin Geary- Strength & Conditioning Coach- Ulster Rugby.
“The lack of objective feedback meant all lifting is based on what you see as a coach and what you feel as an athlete which are both massively important. I constantly use objective information from GymAware to track performance, training stimulus and to create competition. GymAware is easy to use, reliable, and effective.”
Nick Gill- Head Strength & Conditioning Coach- All Blacks Rugby.
The Gymaware system is being used by some of the UK’s leading Sports Teams and Organisations:
Institutes & National Governing Bodies:
English Institute of Sport, Welsh Institute of Sport, Scottish Institute of Sport, UK Sport, UK Athletics, British Swimming, British Cycling, LTA, British Weightlifting, British Lions Rugby, England Rugby, Scottish Rugby, Irish Rugby, Welsh Rugby, England Rugby League, Warwickshire Cricket.
Northampton Saints Rugby, Harlequins Rugby, Bath Rugby, London Irish Rugby, Leeds Rugby, Newcastle Falcons Rugby, Worcester Rugby, Saracens, Leicester Tigers Rugby, Bristol Rugby, Ealing Trailfinders Rugby, Leinster Rugby, Ulster Rugby, Connacht Rugby, Gloucester Rugby, Glasgow Rugby, Edinburgh Rugby, Ospreys Rugby, Scarlets Rugby, Dragons Rugby, Cardiff Blues Rugby, Hull FC Rugby League, Salford Reds Rugby League, Hull KR Rugby League, Wakefield Wildcats Rugby League, Sheffield Eagles Rugby League.
Leicester City FC, Manchester Utd FC, Swansea City FC, Southampton FC, AFC Bournemouth, Sunderland FC, Newcastle Utd FC, West Bromwich Albion FC, Fulham FC, Derby County FC, Cardiff City FC, Norwich City FC, Burnley FC, Nottingham Forest FC, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Reading FC, Brentford FC, Bristol City FC, Celtic FC.
University of Edinburgh, University of Nottingham, Southampton Solent University, University of Lincoln, Univversity of Limerick, University of Essex, Edinburgh Napier University, University of Teesside, Sheffield Hallam University, Leeds Beckett University, Surrey Sports Park, University of Chichester, University of Birmingham, University College Dublin. University of Gloucestershire, Loughborough University, Liverpool John Moores University, University of St Andrews, University of Leeds, Imperial College London, Robert Gordon University, Cardiff Met University, University of Ulster, University of Glasgow, University of Bath, Staffordshire University, Cardiff Met University, University of South Wales, Henley College, Hartpury College,
Millfield School, Marlborough School, Wellington College,