PERFORMANCE & INJURY RISK
HOW IT WORKS
The Homer Technique™ (THT) is a patent pending lower extremity neuromuscular injury prediction method and algorithm used to assess human body performance, balance, and fatigue at specific joint and muscle site during sport-specific movement patterns.
measure components of athleticism
Measure muscle stability
Warn against injury risk
The countermovement jump (CMJ) is regarded as one of the most reliable methods of measuring lower body power among coaches around the globe.
Jumping is a complex human movement that requires complex motor coordination between upper- and lower-body segments. In particular, the propulsive action of the lower limbs during a vertical jump has been considered particularly suited for evaluating explosive characteristics of sedentary individuals and elite athletes. Also, since performance in most individual and team sports depends on the athlete's ability to produce force quickly, the use of reliable and valid testing procedures is beneficial for monitoring the effects of training and for talent selection purposes