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ServicesApplications in sports performance

Assessing Biomechanics

Force plates can be used to measure an athlete's biomechanics during jumping, landing, cutting, and sprinting  and the forces generated to develop specific training programs. 

Injury Prevention & Rehab

Force plates can be used to identify athletes who may be at risk of injury. This information can be used to design injury prevention programs that focus on improving these areas while assessing their readiness to return to competition.

Monitoring Progress

By tracking changes in athlete and team force production over time, force plates can be used to monitor and progress and ensure that training programs are effective in improving performance.

Optimizing Technique

Force plates can provide instant feedback on an athlete's performance, enabling coaches and trainers to identify areas for improvement in technique and adjust training programs accordingly.

ENG PerformanceEngineering better systems for human performance. 

Our mission is to optimize the interactions between people and technology, training environments, and processes, in order to enhance performance, reduce the risk for injury, and optimize the well-being of athletes. 

We work closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and challenges, and develop tailored solutions that are effective, efficient, and sustainable.

Our services include performance evaluations, training design & optimization, load monitoring and real-time reporting, as well as consulting with teams on best practices and cutting edge solutions. 

since 2008

Make Movement Measureable

FORCE PLATE TECNOLOGYMove with purpose, measure with precision.

Force plate technology is a type of sensor technology used to measure ground reaction forces and moments during human movement.

Force plate technology is a valuable tool for sports performance professionals, helping to improve athlete performance, reduce the risk of injury, and optimize training programs.

Assessing Biomechanics
Monitoring Progress
Injury Prevention & Rehab
Optimizing Technique

WHAT WE DOImprove human performance with better systems.

Aggregating whole team data and identifying individuals at risk for injury can provide valuable insights into team performance, injury prevention, and recovery.

By leveraging data in this way, coaches and trainers can optimize training programs, improve team dynamics, and make more informed decisions about training and competition strategies.

Our training programs are tailored to the specific needs and goals of individual athletes or teams. The aim of a well-designed program is to enhance athletic performance by optimizing physical, technical, and tactical skills, while also minimizing the risk of injury.

The design of a sports performance program typically involves several key steps, including needs analysis, goal setting, exercise selection, periodization, and monitoring and evaluation. These steps are typically guided by scientific principles of exercise physiology, biomechanics, and sports psychology. By applying these principles, coaches and trainers can design a program that is effective, efficient, and safe, and that is tailored to the unique needs and goals of individual athletes or teams.

The design of a sports performance program should be an iterative process that is constantly refined based on ongoing monitoring and evaluation of performance and training outcomes.

We provide ongoing training and consulting services to your team on current health and human performance  practices so you can continue to monitor and improve systems design, evaluation, and optimization capabilities.

We create cost-effective solutions for immediate results. 

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FAQWhy evaluations matter

By analyzing whole team data, coaches and trainers can identify areas where the team as a whole needs to improve. This can help them design training programs that address the team’s specific needs and optimize overall performance.

Identifying individuals who are at risk for injury can help coaches and trainers take proactive steps to prevent injuries before they occur. By tracking injury data and identifying patterns, coaches and trainers can develop injury prevention strategies and adjust training programs to reduce the risk of injury.

By aggregating whole team data, coaches and trainers can identify strengths and weaknesses within the team. This can help them build a more cohesive team by identifying areas where individual athletes can support each other and work together to improve overall performance.

By having access to comprehensive data, coaches and trainers can make more informed decisions about training and competition strategies. This can help them make more effective use of their time and resources, and optimize overall team performance.

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