Train­ing part­ners can raise lev­els

Macclesfield Express - - WILDLIFE -

MAC­CLES­FIELD Town fit­ness and con­di­tion­ing coach Danny Dou­glasPringle hopes the team can now per­form at a higher level af­ter an­nounc­ing a new train­ing part­ner­ship with Sonda Sports.

The part­ner­ship will see the Silk­men squad wear state of the art GPS de­vices dur­ing all train­ing ses­sions, which will al­low the coach­ing team to ac­cess the very best in sta­tis­ti­cal data to aid them in a whole man­ner of dif­fer­ent ways.

The new deal came af­ter man­ager Sol Camp­bell re­quested a change to train­ing, and Dou­glas-Pringle is happy that the deal is in place.

“Sonda were quick to re­spond to our query when search­ing for GPS units. The Man­ager wanted train­ing mon­i­tored ev­ery day, so that we can de­velop the player’s fit­ness in the most pro­fes­sional way pos­si­ble,” he said.

“The GPS and heart rate mon­i­tors pro­vided by Sonda will un­doubt­edly help us to achieve this and we would like to thank them for the pro­fes­sion­al­ism in de­liv­er­ing their ser­vice.”

Mar­ket­ing and PR Man­ager for Sonda Sports, Karol Klosiewicz added: “The statis­tics which are de­rived from our GPS mon­i­tors will al­low Sol and his team to ac­cess the best data for mon­i­tor­ing player per­for­mance and also mit­i­gat­ing in­jury risks.

“Our part­ner­ship with Mac­cles­field Town ex­cites us greatly and we are pleased to be able to help the club as they bat­tle to pre­serve their EFL sta­tus.”

Mean­while, Mac­cles­field have con­firmed that on loan mid­fielder Malachi Napa has re­turned to par­ent club Ox­ford United.

Malachi made fif­teen ap­pear­ances for The Silk­men dur­ing his short spell in first half of the sea­son, but he now heads back to the Kas­sam Sta­dium.

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