With 30 seconds left in the championship game and the ball yards from the goal line, all it would take is a quick run up the middle to secure the victory.
If you’re serious about playing at an elite level, you should always be looking for ways to take your athletic performance to the next level.
Simply put, subjective thinking doesn’t do athletes justice. Subjective thinking offers little room for growth—leaving sports medicine specialists at the end of the rope—and has stifled a deeper understanding of sports injuries for decades now.
Trainers, coaches, and researchers are only now beginning to understand the full psychological effects that injuries have on athletes, especially after they return from an injury.
Traditional Subjective Injury Screening
For the past 30 years, athletes, trainers, coaches, and physical therapists have relied on visual assessment and video capture for injury analysis.