Digital Testing & Tracking System
Are you ready to base your football development on facts & science rather than chance & guesswork?
Track your training load, nutrition and mental state all year long!
The Matchfit Digital Tracking System is an incredibly insightful digital tool which enables you to track and compare every element of your football training for 365 days of the year.
It serves as a fundamental tool that you can use year after year to track your training and performance...whether you are following the full Matchfit programme or YOUR OWN training schedule.
The system effortlessly monitors your daily nutrition, psychological state and training workloads, whilst automatically comparing your data sets, so that you can not only see how your fitness and performance is progressing, but also identify periods of increased injury risk, burnout and fatigue - before they strike you down.
All you have to do is spend 1-2 minutes entering your data each day and the rest is done for you...
What's Monitored On A Daily Basis?
✅ RPE (rate of perceived exertion)
✅ POMS (profile of mood state). This includes scoring: how well you slept last night, how much you are looking forward to your next training session, how energetic you feel, whether you have any muscle soreness, what you appetite is like.
✅ Training minutes
✅ Training units (RPE x Training minutes)
✅ Total calorie intake
✅ Total protein intake
✅ Total carbohydrate intake
✅ Total fat intake
You'll also get weekly and monthly totals for each so you can compare your training in blocks throughout the year.
Let's take a look at a few examples of how some of your data will be graphically displayed.
Daily RPE (Percieved Exertion)
By tracking your RPE daily, you'll be able to visually identify days, weeks or months where you've had increased or decreased RPE scores. This will help you as a spike in RPE above the normal range may indicate that you need to schedule more recovery time or re-think your schedule. Similarly a dip in RPE may show that you can work harder or schedule some additional training.
What you'd hope to see over time (when compared to training time and units) is that your RPE actually goes down as you training workload stays the same, or that it stays the same as your workload increases (proving that your fitness has increased!)
By tracking your sleep daily, over time you'll be able to see relationships in how your sleep quality is affecting your physical and psychological state.
If you can see a period of a few days or even weeks where your sleep scores are low, and during the same periods your RPE, muscle soreness and training units for example are high, that's a clear indication that your sleep quality is affecting your ability to recover and could lead to an overuse injury.
You'll also be able to identify factors which may be affecting your sleep quality, for example always sleeping poorly on days after an evening match, or when you've been on your mobile for a period of time before bed.
Training Units vs RPE
The graphs which compare two sets of data is where things get really interesting.
As mentioned above if your training units are on the higher side and your RPE has decreased or stayed the same for the same week, that's a positive sign that your fitness is improving.
On the other hand if you see a sudden spike in RPE but your training units have stayed pretty much the same (as we can see in week 8) that's a good indication that your body is under more stress than normal, which means you will want to pay extra attention to your recovery strategies and also your nutrition.
Training Minutes vs POMS
Similarly to the graph above, it's important to keep an eye on your psychological state throughout the season.
Changes in mood, energy level and appetite can be a good indication of how your body is coping with your current schedule.
The higher the POMS score the better, so if it suddenly dips or you see a pattern that it is declining, you should turn your attention to trying to identify why that is. If training minutes are high and your mood is low, that's obviously a strong signal that your workload has increased by too much in too small a period of time, which also means you're possibly at an increased risk of injury if that pattern continues.
Carbohydrate Intake vs Training Units
We all know the important role that carbohydrates play in allowing you to perform with relentless energy and to your full potential, but did you know that they are also vital to the recovery process?
It could take up to 3 days to restore your depleted muscle glycogen levels post match, so if your recovery nutrition isn't hitting the right intake of carbohydrates, not only will you struggle to maintain a high level of performance in the week to follow, you're also at an increased risk of injury as a result of wear and tear and poor recovery.
By looking at this graph, you'll know that if your training units have increased, so to must your carbohydrate intake to cater for that, so that you can recover well and also have good energy levels again in time for your next session.
However if training units drop for a number of days and your carbohydrate intake remains the same as normal, there's a good chance that the excess will be stored on your body as fat.
This graph will help you to eliminate both issues.
We recommend tracking your nutritional intake each day using the MyFitnessPal app, entering your data into the Digital Tracking System spreadsheet and then letting the system do the rest.
These are just some examples of the graphs which will be automatically produced and updated for you as you enter your data.
The Tracking System also includes graphs for:
✅ Training units vs protein intake
✅ Training units vs fat intake
✅ Training units vs calorie intake
✅ How much you are looking forward to the next session
✅ How vigorous and energetic you feel
✅ Your level of muscle soreness
✅ Your appetite
✅ Total training minutes
✅ Training units
✅ Monthly workloads
Simply enter your data and let the system do the rest...
It's all set up for an entire years worth of your data to be calculated and graphically displayed...
Paying this amount of attention to your level of performance will truely set your progress apart from any of your team mates or opponents.
They wonder why they've: hit a plateau, lack energy, stopped improving, keep struggling with injuries...
Meanwhile, you can visually see it all coming and have the ability to put an end to all of these common football struggles BEFORE they've even had a chance to negatively impact your game.
And best of all, you can base all of your decisions on science and fact, rather than what "feels" right or what other people are telling you to do.
Investing this amount of care into your career could be the difference between:
✅ Under-performing when scouts are watching vs getting signed up on the spot.
✅ Getting released by your club vs being given the opportunity to progress by your coach (that you've been working so hard for).
✅ Regularly struggling with injuries vs being able to string together months of training and matches and finally build great form.
✅ Finding that you keep hitting a wall in your progress no matter what you try vs noticing clear improvements week on week.
✅ Repeatedly forking out for expensive visits to physios and nutritionists in an attempt to piece together where you're going wrong vs feeling dynamic, light, energetic and in complete control.
Here's what you get:
1. A blank version of the Digital Tracking System (Microsoft Excel or google sheets is essential, laptop or desktop computer recommended).
2. An instructional video (outlining how to use the spreadsheet and the trends to look for).
3. Football Fitness Testing & Monitoring Workload Guide - this digital guide explains how to record all of your data, you then simply insert your results into the Matchfit Digital Tracking System instead of keeping manually written records.
A tracking system like this is not for everybody...
...It gives you an incredibly deep insight, which the average player (who isn't truely committed to becoming a top level pro) will not value or take advantage of.
This tracking system is only for footballers who are 100% dedicated to achieving their goals.
If you believe that's you, you can rest assured that no other player (unless they are also using our system) will have the same insights or level of control over their football training and development as you do.
You could try and build your own version - but it would take weeks of stressful number crunching...and you'd probably be forced to give up before completing it.
You could hire a data expert to build a system like ours for you from scratch - but it would cost you hundreds if not thousands of pounds.
If you're a player desperate for the capability to do all of the above (and more) completely risk-free, the cheapest and fastest way is to get the Matchfit Digital System.
Complete your purchase now to start monitoring your progress like the pro's.
✅ This is a digital product which is delivered instantly to your email inbox when you complete your purchase. Simply download and start implementing it today. Please note that we do not ship you a physical product.
✅ *Microsoft Excel or Google sheets & desktop/laptop computer required*
✅ Includes 30 days FREE community 1-1 support
✅ For players aged 14+
Includes 60 Day 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee