Soccer programs in all high schools in America are looking for ways to increase their competitive advantage. In high school Pine Richland, Rams football players adapt to a new technological device that not only makes training seamless, it also makes it safer.
The team uses technology to simulate next week's match.
The device is called GoRout and is the size of one iPhone. The players of the team place the device in the middle and when the team is ready to play, one of the coaches finds the game of the opposing team in which he wants the players to train in phone or the iPad and "sends" it to the device of each individual player.
"Everything is now there on the small GoRout mini device. They look at it, it tells them exactly that game"What to do and how to do it," said Kasperowicz. "Do your exercise and get back to your point. Look at her device and if you need to move, press to move on to the next exercise or if you have completed the next game. That's awesome."
"So with GoRout, I know exactly what I have to do. "The coach can take notes, he can tell me how to do the exercise properly, what I need to do to mark someone and how to do it," said Boyd, a team player.
All players and coaches told Channel 11 Sports Anchor Jenna Harner that the device is awesome. "Our team's training pace is going about twice as fast as before," Boyd said.
GoRout provides more than just a performance boost during your workout. Eliminates need for conversation, allowing players to keep the social distances they are necessary because of her pandemic of COVID-19.
Kasperowicz said that with the current success of the football team, the sky is the limit. "It's very good Communication most. It's one of the best things we've ever done. "