Research Study : The Effects Of Vertical Jump Fatigue On Total-Body Biomechanics
Objective: This study compared the performance motion analysis (PMA) screening using a markerless 3-dimensional (3-D) video MCS to identify alterations in lower-extremity performance following a vertical jump (VJ) fatiguing task.
Tracking performances changes will give future insights on how fatigue can be rated and evaluated. This may provide a strength and conditioning professional helpful longitudinal information as an athlete/patient/client progresses through a training program and season.
Hospital For Special Surgery (HSS): Celebrating 3 years with DARI!
HSS and DARI have been working hard together for 3 years. "This emerging HSS ecosystem including the DARI platform will...
Wu Tsai Performance Alliance: University of Kansas
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Client Shoutout! Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS)
HSS now has 8 DARI Motion systems implemented across their hospital locations from West Palm Beach, FL to Brooklyn, NY....