alexa Remote Monitoring Foot Inserts Used to Enhance Sports Performance through Increased Range of Motion

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Remote Monitoring Foot Inserts Used to Enhance Sports Performance through Increased Range of Motion

RPM2 device is a wireless, remote monitoring, pressure sensing device used for sports performance enhancement. The device measures several variables of interest to practitioners and coaches. These variables and the associated data may be used to correct mechanics, promote correct form, prevent injury, and to speed recovery.

RPM2 is an insole device that is capable of thermal sensing, measuring body weight, pressure, gait, flexibility and power when cycling [1]. The range of motion in the lower extremities is measured using pressure sensing and accelerometry technology. The purpose of this study was to validate the RPM2 device for commercial/retail use. RPM2 can be used to provide accurate information pertaining to performance of lower extremity mechanics. The device can serve to prevent injury by identifying mechanics that are indicative of injury, and provide information on what needs to be corrected. RPM2 provides measurable evidence, in a readily available format, on an application downloadable and easy to use. This leads to more information for practitioners and coaches improvements and faster attainment of goals.

 
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