3-D Analysis Debunks Conventional Wisdom On Sports Injury Prevention

Research Shows How Athletes Significantly Reduce Injuries While Gaining a 
20-30% Improvement On Performance

Ask any coach, trainer or athlete about how to prevent injuries and the importance of stretching will come up. However, there is little evidence to suggest it is that beneficial. A recent study published by USA Track and Field showed that there is virtually no difference with injuries between runners who static stretched and those that did not. You can’t look at injury prevention without looking at performance improvement. True injury prevention lies between physiology and technique—and Core 3D is one of the most accessible ways to analyze this.

is a cutting-edge biomechanics analysis and training tool used by athletes of all levels to improve athletic performance and significantly reduce injuries – through the power of 3-D. Over 15 years of biomechanical research using 3-D Motion Analysis shows that athlete’s have the ability to gain 20-30% improvement on their performance if they focus on one thing: coordination. The payout: athletes will naturally reduce their chance of injury due to their increased performance.

“Improving coordination, not stretching, is what increases efficiency of movement and reduces stress on joints and therefore risk of mechanical injury,”  “This is how we look at remedying injuries – we use our 3-D technology to diagnose performance. From this analysis, we can evaluate true performance output and root causes of power leaks, inefficiency and injury potential. We then prescribe a Progressive Skills Training solution to improve your performance, efficiency and coordination, which naturally reduces your risk of injury.”

By zeroing in on what’s really happening during an individual’s sports activity, Core3d provides athletes, coaches and trainers an easy and affordable solution that significantly reduces an athlete’s risk of injury while dramatically increasing their performance. Using specialized 3-D Motion Analysis, ZenoLink captures data related to functional movement, and turns it into a digital model of the athlete’s motion, taking the guesswork out of identifying mechanical flaws or restrictions in coordination that may be causing nagging chronic injuries.