DYNAMOS coach, Tonderai Ndiraya, says the digital equipment they received from their Belgian partners, KV Mechelen has helped transform their training programmes at the Glamour Boys.
He has altered weekly individual training programmes for his players, from moderate to intensive, in anticipation of group training resumption.
And he hasn’t faced any difficulties monitoring his players’ training programmes as the equipment allows him to interface with them in real time.
The Glamour Boys received the equipment in July.
“There are strong indications that we will be returning to action soon and, in preparation for such a momentous return, we have increased the frequency and intensity of individual training sessions for our players,” said Ndiraya.
“Hopefully, when we get the green light to return, we will, at least, be ready mentally.
“The inactivity has hugely affected the general fitness levels of our players.
“But, a few