Designing Plantar Pressure Measurement Protocols Using Insoles, Stance Pads, & Walkway Sensors

In the fourth webinar of XSENSOR Technology’s ‘Sports Performance Science’ series, we focus on the practical aspects of measurement protocols and the differences between testing with plantar pressure and gait analysis insoles, stance pads, and walkway sensors.

Presenter Antonio Robustelli (Sports Performance Scientist & Technologist with OmniAthlete Performance Concept) guides you through the correct execution of tests and help you understand when and why to use insole sensors, a stance pad, or a walkway sensor based on your unique requirements and desired outcomes.

Whether you are a Sports Biomechanist or Scientist, Exercise Physiologist, Physical Therapist, Strength & Conditioning Coach, or Athletic Trainer, this webinar will help you understand, learn, and experience how leading-edge pressure mapping technology, like XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles | Pro, Stance Pad Sensor, and Walkway Sensor, can help you design measurement protocols including benchmarks for performance and rehabilitation testing and training.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand – The different purposes and goals of testing with insoles, stance pads, and walkway sensors.
  • Learn – How to correctly perform and standardize your testing and training using plantar pressure measurement and gait analysis devices.
  • Experience – Practical guidelines and measurement protocols for different 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.

Antonio serves as an Editorial Advisory Board Member for Lower Extremity Review, a US-based publication focusing on lower extremity biomechanics, sports medicine, and rehabilitation.

Watch the webinar on-demand.

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