A method to monitor neuromuscular function throughout the return to sport transition
Join this webinar to hear Dr. Matt Jordan discuss why monitoring vertical jump metrics can be helpful for decision making during the return to sport process.
Dr. Matt Jordan is the Director of Sport Science (Strength & Power) at the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary. He uses information collected from a dual forceplate system to monitor and evaluate functional force asymmetries, neuromuscular readiness, and neuromuscular performance for the athletes he works with.
In this webinar you will learn more about:
the “why” of vertical jump testing
what is a kinetic asymmetry
the equipment needed to perform asymmetry testing
Wednesday, February 13th 1:00 – 2:00 a.m. MST
Can’t attend? Submit your registration and we will email you a link following the live session to view the recorded webinar at a later time.