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Joey McMahon / GigaScout - Amateur - Player/Team
 
Player: Benji Ndaya
Description: Marathoner
Assessor: Joey McMahon
 
Benjamin Ndaya - Marathoner

Player Analysis  
 
1. Importance Very important   Benji Ndaya is a top Kenyan marathoner.
2. Wisdom Important   The marathon is Benji's best race.
3. Knowledge Important   How Benji does in the marathon sets the tone for all his other road races. He is a consistent 2:20:00 marathoner
4. Current Assessment Awesome   Benji has been training hard and is in great shape physically and mentally.
5. Future Assessment Awesome   Benji is a consistent 2:20:00 marathoner
6. Risk Low   Benji is disciplined world class athlete who leads a simple, focused life. His risk of injury is low because he does a lot of stretching, eats well, sleeps well, and keeps hydrated. His mental conditioning is excellent, too.
7. Practice Plan Assigned   Do a typical 80 mile a week workout.
8. Game Plan Key   Run the Boston Marathon and do well!
 
 
 
Future Assessment Probabilities, Reasons and Explanations
 
   Possible Outcome Probability Value Reasons and Explanations
1. Awesome   90% 2:20:00 Benji should continue to race at a 2:20:00 pace
2. Good   10% 2:30:00 only bad weather will slow Benji down
3. Fair   0%
4. Bad   0%
5. Terrible   0%
 
Key Factors


Key Factor Importance   Current Assessment   Future Assessment  
1. Adversity   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
2. Awareness   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
3. Consistency   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
4. Inspiring   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
5. Intellect   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
6. Leadership   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
7. Mental toughness   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
8. Team chemistry   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
9. Winning passion   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
10. Developing plan   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
11. Focusing on goals / tactics   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
12. Lactate threshold   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
13. Long distance run (> 17 miles)   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
14. Marathon pace runs   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
15. Medium distance run (11 to 16 miles)   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
16. Recovery run (easy run)   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
17. Short distance run (< 10 miles)   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
18. Sprints (50m to 150m)   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
19. Trusting oneself   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
20. VO2 Max   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
21. Setting goals   Important   Good   Good
22. Strong positive vision   Important   Good   Good
23. Avoiding distractions   Neutral   Fair   Fair
 
 


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