"Just want to say that we are in love with your product. The software has taken our strength and conditioning program to another level. It’s easy for us and more importantly our athletes to use every day. It has sent a spark throughout our department."
"TeamBuildr is the only software I've seen that fits around our process, not the other way around. Every program we've written is documented without paper. It was a huge move for our strength program."
"Teambuildr has made it much easier to keep coaches informed of their athletes progress and work in the weight room as well as the reporting of testing data. We've setup 20 iPads in the weight room and never looked back."
"Division III athletics poses different challenges from a strength coach's perspective. TeamBuildr is the perfect fit from a cost and compliance standpoint."
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Yale University conducted a full market research initiative to source a platform that would allow the strength program to go paperless and collect all performance data in-season and offseason. Additionally, Yale Athletics wanted to document all programming in centralized place for organizational purposes. Lastly, Yale's staff consists of 10+ full-time coaches and many interns; the platform employed would need to allow for flexibility and capability in programming, segmentation and uniformity (exercise naming convention).
Prior to implementing TeamBuildr, Rankin ran a traditional high-performing department based on Excel. Between he and his staff, training programs were printed off into workout cards for on-campus training and workout packets were produced in bulk for off-season training. In 2013, Coach Rankin decided to innovate the current processes he employed.
Assistant Strength Coach Hank McDonald was charged with finding a platform to help Hawaii modernize the strength program and improve the way the staff collected and analyzed performance data. After speaking with the TeamBuildr team at the 2017 CSCCa Conference and seeing an online demo, Hawaii decided to implement the TeamBuildr platform.
Prior to using strength and conditioning software, Cory had a card-based system where he printed workouts on cardstock from workouts built on Excel - a process he used for every varsity sport. At this rate, Cory was building different cards every 3-5 weeks and printing them off which was actually pretty efficient considering most coaches print weekly.
The UT strength staff prefers to program training on a weekly basis in order to stay fluid. Adamson found that TeamBuildr was strong tool for accommodating their programming method. With TeamBuildr calendar tier system, coaches can "tier" athletes and program training for groups, sub-groups or individuals within seconds which allows coaches to write and modify programs without having to write programs for individuals from scratch each time, resulting in hours saved programming.
Prior to introducing TeamBuildr, the Western Illinois Strength and Conditioning staff delivered training programs through printed Excel sheets. This resulted in a bulk usage of paper products as well as an inefficient system for making injury modifications, running progress reports, and communicating results with sport coaches. After implementing Teambuildr and going paperless, our staff has saved man hours in regards to programming, data entry, progress reports and roster management.