University of Denver: Hockey
"Catapult allows us to work with our coaching staff. We can find solutions to problems, and so, make a long-term impact on teams' and student-athletes performance and health."
Director of Sports Performance
Jenks High School Football
"I do not let the technology dictate how I program the strength and conditioning plan for the athletes. Rather, I use it to match what I am aiming to accomplish for that given day and use it as a checks and balances system."
Strength & Conditioning Coordinator
University of Maine Hockey
"Nearly every athlete using Catapult this year has asked to see their performance data and how it relates to their perception of how they felt on the ice during a game or practice."
Associate Director of Sports Performance
"It’s educating the athlete. As a retired athlete myself, the more that I knew about my body the more informed I was, the more self-aware I was, the better I could take care of myself. To me it’s an educational process."
Strength and Conditioning Coach
"We feel that Catapult allows us to have a better relationship with the players in terms of communicating why we train the way we do."
Christopher Newport University Women’s Lacrosse
"Catapult reassures those instinctual feelings that coaches have and takes the subjectivity out of the coaching."
University of Virginia: Men’s and Women’s Soccer
"Catapult serves as a useful reference for workload and return-to-play. It provides specific feedback in terms of how we should plan our sessions to return an athlete back to full fitness as quickly and as safely as possible."
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Egypt National Team
"Catapult means we have more objective evidence about the condition of the players. We have reliable data and we can go through this data to manage load and consequently reduce injury risk."
Dr. Mohamed Abou Elela
"Our goal right now is to analyse data for a year, get as much information we can, create great standards for each position group, and be able to monitor our guys now and know they’re not being overused."
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach