New York Giants Equip Players with GPS

July 28, 2014  - By 0 Comments

Tom Coughlin, head coach of the New York Giant football team, has outfitted his players with GPS devices strapped to their backs under their uniforms. The technology can provide the team with information such as top speed, burst and how long the player has run in terms of time and miles, reports the Wall Street Journal. This is the second year the team has used GPS during training.

“We’re getting all kinds of information,” Coughlin said. “It’s player related so we have information coming every day on every player.”

The data can help the coaches structure practices so they know when to do extra stretching or potentially cut down on repetitions. Some of the players use the information as a means of competition, comparing top speeds and workloads.

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