Measuring Ground Reaction Force During Jumping
A jump analysis is an easy and repeatable assessment to measure an individual’s ability to express force and generate power with their lower extremities. Analyzing a subject’s ground reaction force (GRF) during jumping can aid in understanding their explosiveness, symmetry, and performance. The measured data can be used to help direct, validate, and monitor training and rehabilitation regimens.
Noraxon Jump Analysis
Noraxon’s unified software solution provides a comprehensive analysis with real-time feedback for jumping/landing mechanics and includes over 30 jump parameters to track a subject’s vertical jump performance. These different parameters allow a user to understand how quickly a subject can produce forces, how large these forces are, and can expose potential imbalances between the left and right leg.
Using Noraxon’s multi-device software platform, users are able to simultaneously collect multiple types of biomechanical data from various hardware devices. All of the integrated devices are automatically synchronized and the easily accessible data allows for a quick but comprehensive understanding of how the human body is moving and what the contributing factors are. Our unified software makes it easy for users to integrate a variety of recording devices to fit any budget or unique application.