In XSENSOR Technology’s third ‘Plantar Pressure Mapping Applications for Performance & Rehab’ webinar, presenter Antonio Robustelli (Sports Performance Scientist & Technologist with OmniAthlete Performance Concept) explores how to create a lower body testing protocol for athletes using plantar pressure mapping technology.
Lower body testing is a fundamental process where biomechanical and neuromuscular evaluation of athletes is being performed with the goal of assessing performance level and predicting the risk of injury.
Plantar pressure mapping technology, like XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles | Pro, is one of the most powerful tools at your disposal to help assess and evaluate lower body mechanics. When associated or combined with other manual, observational, and range of motion tests it can amplify the potential for a successful lower body testing process.
Whether you are a Sports Biomechanist or Scientist, Exercise Physiologist, Physical Therapist, Strength & Conditioning Coach, or Athletic Trainer, this webinar will help you learn, understand, and experience how to properly design a lower body testing protocol with plantar pressure mapping technology and complementary tests for various sports applications.
Antonio Robustelli is a Professional Sports Performance Consultant and Elite Coach based in Italy. His areas of expertise include sports technology, injury prevention, strength training programming, and speed development. Due to his adoption and deep knowledge of sports technology, he is widely sought-after and works with semi-professional, professional, and Olympic athletes worldwide in various sports applications.
Key Benefits & Takeaways of Watching This Webinar:
Learn – What the role of lower body testing is in sport and how you can integrate plantar pressure mapping with other complementary tests.
Understand – The integration between plantar pressure data, range of motion, and other manual sport-specific tests.
Experience – How to design a lower body testing protocol based on your type of sport and required specificity.