In the second webinar of XSENSOR Technology’s ‘Sports Performance Science’ series, Sports Performance Scientist & Technologist Antonio Robustelli provides a closer look into how plantar pressure mapping systems can be used to create and implement assessment protocols that improve athletic performance.
Using XSENSOR’s state-of-the-art pressure mapping technology, the X4 Intelligent Insole System, we review the components required to assess athletes, from the completely wireless in-shoe sensors and electronic sensor packs to the robust software. After setting-up the hardware and configuring the software, we take a deeper look at performing baseline measurements and how the software offers powerful analysis tools such as segmenting the data to evaluate and provide information about the foot zones.
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 leading-edge pressure mapping technology can provide actionable insights when developing your athlete-centered assessment protocols.
Watch this webinar to:
Understand – How plantar pressure and gait measurement devices, like XSENSOR’s X4 Intelligent Insole System, can help facilitate athletic assessment protocols.
Learn – How to create and implement an action plan that includes testing, monitoring, and intervention to assess athletes, improve sports performance, and prevent injuries.
Experience – How to configure and set up the X4 Intelligent Insole System hardware and software to perform baseline measurements and analyze foot zones.
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.