How are Premier League players staying fit during the coronavirus pandemic? From Zoom team workouts to Jose Mourinho apologizing for putting Tanguy Ndombele through his paces at a local park, all 20 Premier League clubs have their own way of keeping players sharp during the current suspension. It’s a two-way street as players themselves have to resist the urge we all have right now of reaching for the candy and chips three times an hour. It’s tough staying in top shape from home. But hey, of course, there’s got to be an app for that. And now there is: Apollo V2. It has become the go-to tool for multiple Premier League clubs as it collects data from players and feeds it back to clubs immediately, while coaches and medical staff can send video messages, make notes and design specific sessions for players remotely. From assigning a tactical video session to be watched by the entire squad to telling one player to ease off the weights and another to step up his squats, the creator behind this system has seen a huge surge in interest in recent weeks. Dave Hancock, the former head physiotherapist at Leeds United and Chelsea in England… Read full this story
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