'Non-functional overreaching' describes the situation when players have not adapted sufficiently to the loading patterns they have experienced. Players’ performances can decrease, and their risks of injury and illness increase.
By using Quanter, coaches and players know at a glance:
1) how hard training has been
2) whether there has been sufficient variation in loading
3) whether recent changes in load have been too drastic> Training Load Monitoring
The risk of overreaching can increase if players do not prepare optimally in the cycles between performances. The poor adaptations to loading patterns associated with overreaching also mean that players do not recover as well, further escalating the risk of injury and illness.
By using Quanter, players are advised how to positively influence their recovery. Quanter shows which dimensions of recovery are decreasing players' readiness to perform, empowering coaches to help players on and off the field.> Recovery Cycle Management