EHM ProSports Approach (EPSA) for clubs

We firmly believe that professional athletes can only become and remain successful if their playing qualities are supported by a healthy diet, the right mental attitude and professional athletic training.

For this reason, we have developed the EHM ProSports Approach (EPSA), with which we support coaches in ensuring outstanding athleticism, healthy nutrition and, above all, the right mindset for their players in addition to their playful/tactical training.

From the D-youth to the professional team.

EPSA – PArt 1


Every targeted athletics training session starts with scoring, where defined exercises are carried out with the team in order to describe their athletic condition with a score.

This score is made up of the results of defined exercises in terms of running skills, strength, jumping power and agility.

The athletic score clearly shows where the athlete stands in relation to his teammates, how his performance should be assessed in comparison to other professional athletes and, above all, where the respective deficits lie, which we believe can only be remedied through personalized, specific training.

EPSA – Part2


The athletic score result is used to derive the training plan 100 adapted to the athlete in order to take into account the player’s specific characteristics:

  • Physical condition of the athlete (result from the scoring day: athletic score)
  • Health disposition of the player (collected via a detailed medical history)
  • Consideration of convalescence-related restrictions following injuries
  • Position-specific requirements.

The athlete receives the personal training plan within 3 working days of the anamnesis/interview and practices it for the next 6 months.

The daily exercises are offered in an easily consumable form via cell phone, and misplaced training plans etc. are a thing of the past.

EPSA – part 3


The right nutrition provides the body with optimal energy, supports muscle recovery and general health. It provides the necessary macro and micronutrients to cover the increased energy requirements during training and competitions.

It is simply impossible to reach the level of a professional athlete without the right, balanced diet and nutrition.

We deliver:

  • Guide to nutrients
  • Nutritional concept
  • Recipes
  • Shopping lists

EPSA – PArt 4


We provide the coach with access to our EHM portal in order to document and permanently track athletic development.

The coach’s perspective includes a view of the athletes in his team with all the information on the athletic score and the comparative information of the athletes in the team with each other as well as with the national league average or the world’s best.

The information from the 1st scoring day describes the starting point of the documented performance curve, which is permanently maintained either by the player himself or by us.

EPSA – Part 5

Re-scoring and adapted training plan

Ideally, we conduct a scoring day every 6 months to “officially” document the athletic development of the team.

At this point at the latest, the development of each athlete becomes visible, which manifests itself in possible adjustments to their personal training plan, which is then redeveloped and valid for the next 6 months.

With the documentation on the platform, this data is no longer lost – the athletic status of the team is transparent and permanently traceable.

EPSA – part 6


We prepare so-called PAT analyses to accompany the athlete’s career, which help the athlete or coach to objectively self-assess or evaluate their performance under competitive conditions.

These analyses always contain relevant and targeted assessment criteria for critical performance factors, taking into account their external and internal effects on the team. The result can make a real difference in quality for both the player and the coach, depending on how it is implemented.

Ultimately, just like athletic scoring, they serve as an aid to perception and an approach to drive forward new impulses for the further development of existing concepts and opinions for future objectives.

EPSA – Part 7


At the end of each half-year, we prepare a report for the coach that clearly illustrates how we assess the team’s development and athletic condition from an objective external perspective.

This report supports the coach in presenting / explaining his systematic approach to the athletic training of his athletes as well as the athletic “condition” of his team and specific, comprehensible training to increase and ensure the individual performance of his squad.

EPSA – part 8

Youth and young talent work

The performance packages presented in Part 1 – Part 7 can be applied not only to one team, but to all teams in a club. This approach is particularly suitable for the promotion and targeted work with youth and junior players, who can carry out appropriately adapted training plans and scoring exercises.

This aspect of youth work in particular requires transparent and comprehensible documentation over the years, as the fruits of successful and systematic youth work can only be reaped years later.


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