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Bespoke Performance Analysis

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Our Bespoke Performance Analysis service is  completely unique to each athlete, coach or team. 

We offer the ability to combine all aspects of performance analysis, from following results and tracking trends of dressage test sheet scores and reporting each month to comprehensive statistical, video and biomechanical analysis for both training and competition. 

Our artificial intelligence programme is used to gather all the riders' joint angles to best assess the biomechanics of the rider. Using this data and their competition results - be it dressage scores or jumps cleared/knocked we are able to analyse and determine areas of improvement to increase performance levels consistently. 

We would begin this service with a consultation, via email, phone or alternative means of communication, to ensure the athlete/coach/client needs are being met, if not exceeded! This service uses KPIs (key performance indicators) as chosen by the client to ensure maximum benefit and specificity to their overall performance. 

Each time we receive new videos or results they would automatically be compared to previous results and data analysis with EPA, in order to best track trends and improvement over time.

The price of this service will be dependent on the services incorporated and their repetition. Instead of paying upfront you will be invoiced at appropriate intervals, e.g. each month. Pricing would be similar to our other services: Performance and Biomechanical Analysis £30. Discounts will be used for bulk analysis to make this a more affordable option to include as part of you competition and training regime.

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Within the Members Pages athletes can track their performance progression. This part of our service indicates areas for marginal gains or highlights small mistakes that can be rectified. The analysis results can aid training structure, encouraging continuous improvement.  

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