The universal solution for programming, monitoring and analyzing strength training exercises

WHERE WE WERE BORN

We develop and resell hi-tech equipment and software for performance monitoring in professional sport, physiotherapy and rehabilitation. Our company was born as a spin-off of a research project among the Karolinska Institute (awarder of the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology), the European (ESA) and American (NASA) Space Agencies. This is why our products are also compatible with innovative technologies such as flywheel and Keiser® pneumatic machines, respectively ESA (FWED) and NASA (ARED) solutions for training astronauts onboard the International Space Station.

WHERE WE ARE GOING

Our mission is to make SmartCoach™ your complete, one fits-all solution to plan, record with real-time feedback and analyze strength training exercises on any exercise device, brand and technology. All within the same software, and with the same, scientifically sound metrics.

HOW WE DO IT

Our solutions cover the needs of personal trainers and physiotherapists working with few athletes at a time, as well as training facilities and sport clubs with numerous players exercising simultaneously. Any training device can be monitored: weight stack machines or free weights, flywheel devices of the major brands, and the unique Keiser® machine with pneumatic resistance.

PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT

For any strength training machine

FORCE MEASUREMENT

To measure asymmetry, isometric and dynamic force

SOFTWARE

One-fits-all solution to plan, record and analyze

FLYWHEEL TRAINING

SmartCoach-ready inertial training devices

“When you cannot measure it, when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meagre and unsatisfactory kind”

Lord Kelvin

SCIENTIFIC VALIDATION

Our company has a strong academic background. We take pride in continuously engaging and promoting scientific research, in collaboration with the most renowned academic institutions and sport scientists.

For this reason, the reliability of our devices is backed up by a long, and continuously growing, list of peer-reviewed scientific publications – more than 50 until 2022. Because you cannot improve what you cannot measure, but you need to trust what you are measuring.

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