Heard about the free app Get Set?
The Get Set - Train Smarter mobile app is freely available from Google Play and Apple store.
As the Skadefri-website (www.fittoplay.org), the Get Set - Train Smarter app is for athletes, coaches, parents, clinicians and anyone one else involved in sports.
When you download the videos to your smart phone, the Get Set-- Train Smarter app can be used everywhere without a network connection.
Sport or body part
There are two ways to navigate the Get Set app.
- Choose your sport and learn more about common injuries and exercises to prevent them.
- Choose the body part that you had/have an injury or a body part you want to prevent injuries from occurring.
Some exercises included fit for more than one sport and/or body part. You will therefore find them in several places in the app.
55 sports and 6 body parts in 9 languages
We now have evidence-based/best clinical practice exercise programs for 55 winter and summer sports and activities, and for 6 body parts.
Get Set is available in 9 languages: English, Spanish, French, Russian, German, Chinese, Korean, Finnish, and Norwegian.
3 levels of progression
You won´t become better in your sport without a lot of training. The exercises in the Get Set - Train Smarter app are divided into 3 levels of progression and are presented with variety to contribute to increased performance, challenge and motivation over time.
Therefore, Get Set - Train Smarter caters for everyone’s needs, regardless of their ability or level of play. You may recognize some exercises and there may be some that you have never seen. All these exercises are developed using latest evidence to prevent injuries as well as make you stronger.
Injury prevention exercises for each sports and/or body parts were developed to address risks factors for that sport or body part based on latest research in sports injuries, prevention and rehabilitation.
All the injury prevention exercises are presented with an instructional video and a short text description on how to correctly perform that exercise and recommendations for the number of sets/repetitions. These exercises require minimal equipment and can be done anywhere.
You can also download training programs as PDFs and share them with your mates.