Physiological monitoring is an important part of development and game readiness at the pro level, but sport science technology often requires a hefty budget. However, this doesn’t always have to be the case. In this talk, Devan McConnell will outline the principles behind sport science applications and monitoring methods, but will dive down deeper to provide creative and flexible ways to develop a holistic and comprehensive monitoring program without a big time budget budget

Course Curriculum

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    Monitoring for the Masses- Devan McConnell

    • Overview


    • Monitoring for the Masses

    • CEU Quiz- Monitoring for the Masses

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About the instructor

Head Hockey Performance Coach- UMass- Lowell

Devan McConnell

Devan McConnell was named the Head Hockey Performance Coach in 2014.In this role, he is responsible for the oversight and development of all aspects of physical development for the Ice Hockey team, including strength, speed, and power development, energy system development, nutrition, recovery and regeneration, physiological monitoring, sport science, technology integration, as well as coordination of analytics, long term athletic development, and tactical periodization. In addition to this role, he is responsible for the physical development of the Field Hockey team.McConnell was named UMass Lowell's first Director of Sports Performance in September of 2011. The position was tasked with integrating a cutting edge sports performance program into the University's athletic department. At the time, UMass Lowell had never had a dedicated Performance Director or Sports Performance program. Under his direction, a comprehensive performance based model was introduced, focusing on movement quality, athletic development, and injury reduction strategies.