Force-Velocity Profiling Spreadsheet
With this purchase, you will receive a Microsoft Excel (.xlsx) file that can help with force-velocity and/or load-velocity profiling data collection and analysis by allowing you to store data for multiple athletes and dates, and have that information automatically visualized in a meaningful way. For more details, please view the product description.
The force-velocity option requires limb length and initial height inputs in addition to jump height and body mass.
The load-velocity option only requires jump height and body mass inputs.
HOW IT WORKS:
This file is based on the work by Dr. Jean-Benoit (JB) Morin, Dr. Pierre Samozino, and colleagues. It is meant to allow for longitudinal force-velocity profiling and analysis for multiple athletes. The primary purpose of this file is to provide you with an easier way to store your force-velocity profiling data and observe changes in force-velocity profiles over time, and between athletes.
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- This is a free resource for our community. As such, this is an iterative file. Feedback from the community may result in file updates and expansion over time in an effort to best serve those who use force-velocity profiling in research or practice.
- A tutorial video for how to use the file is here: https://youtu.be/iEogzodvoTs
- Microsoft Office 365 (or a later version of MS Excel) is required to use this file
Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions. You can reach me at the following email address: email@example.com.
Force-velocity profiling, Load-velocity profiling