Decision Trees: The Future of High Performance Sport - WebinarNinja


Decision Trees:

The Future of High Performance Sport

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Learn why decision trees are the future of sports performance

Athletes need training based on their individual needs, but it's impossible to wade through all the data to make good decisions in real-time. Automated decision trees help you take charge of your data to make fast, accurate decisions.

Review real-world decision trees in action

The internet is full of pretenders who have nothing more than theories and concepts. We're going to show you some real-life examples of decision trees that are actually helping coaches be more effective and efficient.

Establish the fundamentals of effective decision trees

Taking clear, decisive action from less data is more beneficial to your athletes than making ambiguous, inconsistent decisions from too much data. You'll learn the fundamentals of creating and implementing reliable decision trees into effective interventions.

Start drafting your own decision tree

All you'll need is a whiteboard or blank piece of paper. We're going to walk through the steps that can help you create clear, concise decision trees. You might even be able to put them into practice the very next day.

Investigate automated decision trees in Excel

Decision trees help you make informed decisions, but the future of high performance sport is to automate your decisions at scale. We will take you on a brief tour of the complex spreadsheets that have brought decision trees to life.

Learn how to automate decision trees without Excel

Building spreadsheet-based, automated decision trees requires an advanced knowledge of Excel, and a basic understanding of programming language. We'll show you how to automate your decision trees without any spreadsheets or code.


About Ernie Rimer

Dr. Ernie Rimer is an applied sport scientist with 20 years of experience working in collegiate, Olympic, and professional sport. He received his Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology from University of Utah, and his M.Ed. and B.S. from Northern Arizona University. Currently, he is the Co-founder and Chief Science Officer of FYTT ( and the Director of Sport Science for the University of Utah Athletics Department. Rimer uses his education and experience to educate others, and to enhance athlete health, safety, and performance for the teams he serves.

One of the most powerful real-world applications of Dr. Rimer's expertise is the automation of individualized training interventions from complex datasets. He has been building, experimenting, and refining his techniques for over 15 years, and he has taught all-day courses on the subject at various industry conferences. The culmination of his life's work is now embodied in the FYTT high performance platform. FYTT is the most powerful, innovative software on the market that unlocks coaches' skills and enables them to provide individualized, science-driven training to athletes at scale.