Attention all sporting clubs! Whether you’re a footy team, a rugby club, hockey squad, or any sporting club we’ve got exciting news. For a limited time only, we’ve got an exclusive Winter 2024 deal for sporting clubs like yours who want to increase their team’s wellbeing and performance.
Sign up before March and you’ll unlock a 3 month premium subscription of iyarn completely free of charge for up to 200 athletes. Email “WINTER2024” to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to take advantage of this exciting offer.
Learn more below about how iyarn can amplify your team’s wellbeing and performance and kick-start your journey to victory.
How Subiaco Women’s Football Club uses iyarn
iyarn has been the preferred athlete support tool for the Subiaco Women’s Football club.
The Subiaco Women’s Football Club is one of the premiere clubs in the WAWFL competition. The club prides itself on their professionalism, positive club environment and strong club culture.
Watch this short video to hear their experience with using iyarn:
How iyarn supports coaches and teams
iyarn makes data collection easy through simple check ins to understand individuals and how they’re going, resulting in evidence and insights around the impact of your training.
On average, coaches spend 71% of their time dealing with sports related issues and 29% of their time dealing with personal/other related issues, so it’s crucial for coaches to have a well rounded understanding of their participants.
There are many common challenges in coaching including:
- Understanding individual athlete’s personality and how to best motivate them
- Team/squad dynamics and managing relationships within the team/squad
- Keeping athletes engaged in their sport and dealing with competing priorities
- Creating a fun environment – keeping everyone enjoying their sport
- Improving technical and sport specific skills as a coach
iyarn can assist with overcoming these challenges by helping coaches gain a greater understanding of participants, their motivations, their strengths, their weaknesses, and their view of how they’re going through customisable wheel segments and personalised descriptions to ensure coaches can get the data insights they need to boost performance.
This data can then be used to adapt and optimise training as the season progresses to work in synergy with participants, appealing to their motivations and encouraging engagement with the sport and rest of the team.
Below is a list of resources that you and your sporting club can refer to for support in setting up iyarn. Sign up for your account today here.
However, if you would like to take advantage of our free premium offer, email WINTER2024 to email@example.com. We’d love to assist you with getting your account set up, so you can promote your athletes’ wellbeing and create a more supportive club.
Getting Started with iyarn
To unlock premium features for free reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org before March to get your iyarn journey started.
Otherwise, here’s a playlist of 8 short videos that have everything you need to know to use the system with your athletes for maximum results from your training sessions.
- Create your iyarn account and get started
- Learn how to create a new wheel
- See how to add members to your check ins
- See how to interpret data
- Create reports for groups or individuals
- Add multiple admins to one wheel
- Remove members
- Set check in reminders
Dan Collins: Leading Leaders to Excellence – Speaker | Mentor | Coach
Since retiring from his Olympic quest for Gold in the sport of Kayaking, taking home both Silver and Bronze medals along with numerous World Championships, Dan has focused his energy on managing transformational, organisational change, driving accountability and performance in the corporate world.
Recognising every culture is the result of the sum of the individuals involved, irrespective of title, position or hierarchy, Dan works with organisations in creating a culture of accountability and winners at all levels.
Check out the iyarn Yarn between Dan Collins and iyarn’s founder Lockie Cooke, in the video below: