Training for Quality, not Quantity

Learning correct technique is simple and fast. Within two to three sets your athletes will be doing any plyometric exercise exactly as they should be. Objective measures and feedback so you can use jump training safely yet effectively.

Objective Real-time Biofeedback
Programmable visual and audio feedback on a range of variables during each jump set. Feedback so immediate that athletes can adjust in mid-air. As soon as the athlete leaves the ground they receive feedback, and can adjust their technique for every landing.
Powerful Monitoring Tool
Tracking contact time and reactive strength index (RSI) is a quick and effective tool for monitoring fatigue and athlete readiness. Simple to use every day, requires no calibration and easy to travel with when your athletes go on the road.

Jump training is one of the world’s most widely used techniques for the development of speed, power and agility in sport.

Optimal Plyometric Training

Can you tell the difference between a good foot contact and a bad one? Safe and effective plyometric training involved targeting highly specific zones for ground contact time and power output. Objectively controlling the quality of plyometric training is almost impossible – unless you have SMARTJUMP. For more information on the key concepts for safe and effective plyometric training,

Jill Smith
Quality control Ensure all of your jump training is performed correctly and safely
Maximise benefits Make your athletes faster and more powerful by perfecting power training
Quick & easy Use in daily training for monitoring your athletes’ performance and recovery
Motivation & competition Simply set the standard and let athletes compete for real time visual feedback
Versatilityn Use in plyometric training, performance and recovery monitoring, technique development Use in the field with SMARTSPEED to measure contact times during sprinting Many new research possibilities