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A Strength Coach’s Guide to Data Analysis in R – Four Part Series!


Get 2.5 hours of video instruction with presentations, your own R script, interactive activities, case study examples and a 45 minute call with me to discuss your questions

Learn to analyze data and generate amazing visuals with free software

Learn to manage your data and run your own analysis for free

Expand your knowledge of statistics and get control over your work flow for managing strength, power, and testing data

The feedback on this educational event was hugely positive – don’t wait to find out for yourself how I can help you manage the science of sport more effectively!




On September 24th, I hosted a 2.5 hour webinar on using a free statistical software package called R for data analysis from the perspective of a strength.  I built the concepts from Ground Zero with a simple and easy to follow case study example.  The feedback from course participants was extremely positive!

Now is your chance to get one year access to the video along with the course materials.  You will also receive a 45 minute session with me to discuss your questions.

About the Course

Data analysis and data management are becoming an increasingly important part of a strength coach’s/sport scientist’s day to day.

R is a flexible statistical programming language that allows you to build specialized scripts to automate your data analysis.  The best part is R is very powerful and it’s 100% free.

Learning how to program in R was a game changer for me.

I will teach you the basics of using R from the perspective of a strength coach not a computer scientist.  Let me help you with the R language so you can take control over your data management and data analysis.

Get ahead of the curve and learn the secret tool being used by many top sport scientists and strength coaches.


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