What are Playermaker's two activity types?

Playermaker's 2 activity types:

Match activity

  • This includes every official and unofficial match the player participates in. More specifically, a match activity should be selected when doing an 11 v 11 match, in addition to small-sided matches of 5 v 5, 7 v 7, 9 v 9, etc. 
  • NOTE:
    • A match activity should never be selected when doing small-sided games that are played during a training session
    • The match option on the app should only be selected for isolated match sessions.
    • Read this article to learn how the Playermaker system calculates a match activity. 

Training activity

  • There are two types of training activities to choose from, 'Physical Only' or 'With a Ball'. It is important to select the correct session type for the most accurate post-training analysis. 
  • NOTE: If a player does not select the type of training session, the app will automatically default to 'Physical Only'. This means that only the player's physical metrics will appear on the activity.
    • There are 2 types of Training activities:
      • Physical Only - Training sessions in which the player participated without a ball involved. Only the player's physical metrics will be measured from these sessions. This includes distance covered, high-speed running, sprint distance, top speed, sprints, and high-speed changes.
      • With the Ball - Training sessions in which the player participated with a ball involved. All performance metrics of the player will be measured. This includes physical, involvement, playing tempo, and technical-balance metrics.
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Suggested article: Playermaker's threshold requirements for all activities

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