Monitoring a log of your golf, strength & conditioning, and other physical activity workloads provides you and your team with intelligent insights to help optimize performance and reduce the risk of injury (e.g. due to overtraining or sudden spikes in load).
Understanding that your golf load, training load and other physical activity load all need to be considered in your approach to better golf is key. Your daily wellness self report measures on energy, motivation, recovery, muscle soreness etc. are influenced by what physical activity (load) you take on during each week (among other factors).
Your workload impacts on the levels of fatigue you experience and ultimately on how well prepared you are for each tournament you compete in. Using athlete monitoring data effectively will unlock so many intelligent insights on your approach that you (and your team) can use to adapt your goals and plan for better, optimized golf.
Click on the infographic below to explore the importance of monitoring your golf, training and other physical activity loads. Furthermore, consider the insights you can gain from monitoring and how these can feed into your approach to training, practicing and scheduling.