In any professional sport, there is little difference in the skill level of top competitors. Professional athletes are already good, and it is about looking at the minor differences (technical and tactical) and maximizing the gains from training. Physiological cardio biomarkers can be used to identify when athletes are pushing themselves too hard, reducing the risk of overtraining or injury while maximizing gains, leading to even better performances. Recovery and regeneration are also critical components that can be monitored, allowing peak performance on game day!
However, performance in sports is not only about training and competitions; any athlete also has to deal with non-competition sources of stress that can contribute to physical and mental exhaustion. Professional athletes can also benefit from learning many stress management techniques to deal with stressors of daily living and conflicts that arise within the sport setting.