Peak sports performances depend on tailored training methods that must be continually optimized in response to each athlete’s needs. In biomechanics, accurate knowledge of movement patterns and force curves is essential for performance analysis. Kistler force plates use piezoelectric sensors to capture biomechanical data that athletes, coaches and sports scientists can view directly on screen. The benefits: immediate analysis of performance capability and training efficiency, improved technique and movement, fewer injuries, and optimized recovery. So it’s no surprise that our measuring solutions are used in almost every sporting discipline on all continents – either as individual components or complete turnkey systems.
Sports science and performance analysis: Faster, higher and stronger with force plates
KiSprint: Faster off the starting block, faster to the finishing line
Easy to handleUser-friendly software (included in the package) and simple system design save valuable time for coaches so they can focus on the top priority: their athletes.
Clear feedbackAthletes and coaches can view performance data as soon as it is captured. The on-screen display makes it easy to analyze force data, and video images help to put the results into practice.
Comparative valuesKiSprint makes it simple to compare an athlete’s performance at various points in time, or compare the performance of different athletes: The easy way to track training progress and see the effects of different training strategies.
KiSwim: Success when it counts
Kistler’s KiSwim performance analysis system helps the world’s elite swimmers to analyze and improve their starting and turning techniques. The system uses instrumented starting blocks and force plates for turning combined with high-speed video to measure key performance parameters as swimmers train. Biomechanical data is available immediately as valuable input for sports performance analysis – so corrections can be made at the very next training session, and athletes gain crucial hundredths of a second in their next competition.