G FORCE SHOCK TRAUMA
G Force shock trauma analysis testing is a sports performance technology you wear on your body that measures the G force shock that you cause to your body either when training, practicing or competing. The shock trauma generated during practice or training can lead to an increase damage to muscles and joints and will most likely lean to an increased number of injuries.
Why would you do this test? By testing or tracking G force shock trauma values it is easier to determine how much trauma forces are being placed on your body during training and competition. By giving athletes the understanding how high the forces are on their bodies, athletes can make changes to training and practice routines to help reduce injuries.
Who is this test recommended for? G force shock trauma testing is recommended for every type of athlete regardless of their age or the sport in which they compete.
How often should you repeat this test?
G force shock testing is recommended every 6-12 months. G force tracking should be done for 30 concurrent days.
Which body parts are or can be tested? G force shock trauma testing or tracking can be adapted to measure most every part of an athletes body.
What are the results of this test? The results of a G force shock trauma test will determine the forces placed on your body during practice or training. The G force shock trauma placed on the body's joints is directly in relation to the injuries occurred throughout a given season.
What does this help to improve? Additional stresses placed on the body during training will lead to a higher number of injuries occurred during the season. By measuring these forces athletes are able to adapt changes to the training routines that do not damage the body as quickly.