AthleteTypes is focused on improving the existing product we offer while also introducing new, cutting-edge features.
For our college team clients, we are now making our vast scouting database available for searching and viewing. This is a game changer that should help college coaches […]
The Troutwine Athletic Profile, more commonly known as the TAP, is the result of years of work by Dr. Robert Troutwine. Through his experiences with and evaluations of thousands of elite level athletes, Dr. Troutwine developed the TAP to help organizations […]
AthleteTypes offers so many tools that can help you get to know the people you interact with the most.
Whether you’re a parent looking to find out more about your child, a player trying to better understand your teammates, […]
Upon completion of the TAP (Troutwine Athletic Profile) assessment, an athlete is granted their basic Athlete Type report, free of charge.
The most integral part of that report and the basis for AthleteTypes as a company is the reveal of that […]
Derek Allister still remembers where and how he first learned about the AthleteTypes system. Allister, the co-founder of OnDeck Softball had met one of AthleteTypes early adopters, Tim McDermott (now the Director of Operations for the University of Utah’s Lacrosse Program).
Mental Leaderboards is a new feature of AthleteTypes found in Team Analytics. The purpose is to provide coaches with a stack-ranked list of athletes on important topics such as leadership and mental toughness to help coaches make important situational personnel decisions.
You never forget your teammates, especially the great ones. Any adult who played sports as a child could probably name two or three teammates they recall fondly from their playing career.
In life there are all kinds of different relationships we […]
Atychiphobia is something that has haunted human beings for generations. More commonly known as the fear of failure, it affects a large amount of people, regardless of race, gender, occupation, etc.
In the context of sports, fear […]