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Blick.ch dedicates an article to Benoît Pont and Prokeycoach. At the heart of the article: profiling and motor preferences applied to field hockey.
Which famous hockey player do you resemble?
Roman Josi, Nino Niederreiter or Kevin Fiala, Conor Bedard?
It's not a game... But it is one of the applications of profiling and motor preferences in ice hockey.
To better understand this innovative approach, the Swiss newspaper Blick.ch devotes an article to Benoît Pont and Prokeycoach.
At the heart of the article, written by Matthias Davet, are the notions of profiling and motor preferences.
The journalist looks back at the career of Benoît Pont, founder and CEO of Prokeycoach.
Over the course of his career, he has profiled hundreds of hockey players. And he's worked with such greats as Roman Josi, Nino Niederreiter and Kevin Fiala.
He offers this experience to all field hockey players wishing to invest in their careers.
Benoît Pont explains: "The concept is to build on an athlete's strengths (...). Yes, you can work on your weaknesses or unnatural movements, but that's going to take energy and there's a higher risk of injury."
So it's just as well to know your strengths so you can turn them into assets and rapidly improve your performance while limiting the risk of injury, isn't it?
That's what profiling is all about. Using a series of tests, Prokeycoach coaches determine the motor preferences of each player to establish their "Hockey Type".
But that's not all... Prokeycoach is now offering an innovative service with its SportType app.
Prokeycoach brings this approach, previously reserved for top-level athletes, within the reach of everyone.
With this app, anyone can self-profile in just a few minutes and obtain an initial profile.
"Even if you're less athletic, you'll be able to find out more about your personality, recovery or everyday posture."
A simple way to get to know yourself better and reveal your strengths!
Read the full Blick.ch article here.
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