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FLYLax Athlete Management System

Each FLYLax member has full access to RockDaisy, our partnered Athlete Management System. An AMS is a communication tool. It is a central platform for the collection and analysis of athlete monitoring and performance data. The aim of an AMS is to assist coaches, players and parents manage and enhance athlete performance and health. An AMS visualizes data and provides actionable information on player availability, performance and health to assist in informed decision-making.

Typically, an athlete management system provides capabilities in the following areas:

  • collect data from different sources and centralize information in one system.
  • combine different data points for analysis and visualize results in dashboard reports.
  • use templated workflows for data collection and analysis 
  • create email and print reports.
  • Manage different teams and sports under one account.
  • collect information via app, online portal, texts or alerts – or preferably, all of the above.

Workflow reports - the process of pulling data points into the system, combining them in specific ways to make meaning from the data, then visualizing them in dashboards and reports – is a powerful way to monitor and manage an athletes development. Workflow reports include:

  • Player Availability: The ability to document the availability status of an athlete on any given day and share notes where applicable.
  • Profiling: Combining data points like training load, sleep, RPE, injury and health into view to better inform if a player is available to participate on any given day.
  • Workload Monitoring: Monitoring the volume and intensity of players to determine ‘workload’. 
  • Strength & Conditioning: Creating training plans and programs for athletes with the ability to save plans and use them again later.
  • Training logs & Wellness Questionnaires: Capture internal response and workload of athletes through self-reported questionnaires. 
  • Anthropometry & Performance testing: Reviewing anthro information and performance testing results is vital to scouting and ongoing player development. 
  • Injury Risk Assessments: Monitor high injury risk scenarios with basic rules and heuristics. 
  • Calendars and schedules: Build out a schedule for athletes for training, appointments, games.