Force plates from KINVENT provide physical therapists and sports medicine practitioners a powerful new way to measure recovery, health and strength for both amateur and professional athletes.
K-Force Plates: Lightweight & Portable
KINVENT K-Force Plates are the perfect solution for measuring static and dynamic balance in a wide range of movements like stance, squats, and counter movement jump. With their resistance and its lightweight, you will find K-Force Plates are ideal for assessment and exercise in proprioception. You can easily use it in your office, as well as on the road.
K-Deltas: Elite Force Plates
KINVENT K-Delta Plates are the perfect solution for physical trainers and rehabilitation professionals manage an athlete’s return to sport or to help them increase performance through advanced biomechanical analysis.
Versatile Performance Analysis
K-Deltas allow you to measure performance in a totally versatile and fast way compared to any other system market, thanks to their design, load capacity (2 tons per Delta), and high sampling rate.
Force & Velocity Analysis
K-Deltas allow you to measure the optimal load for maximum power. Rehabilitate balance and assess lower limb muscular symmetry and strength.
Jump Analysis & Functional Evaluation
K-Deltas allow you to assess jump height and obtain indicators on the impulse phase through the counter movement jump and squat jump protocol.
K-Deltas allow you to measure the ratio of an athlete’s ballistic peak strength to their isometric peak strength.
KINVENT Force Plate Reporting
Using the KFORCE mobile app, you can measure squats or push-ups, including the average distribution, the instant maximal ground reaction force, the weight distribution according to the intensity of the forces.
You can also measure counter movement jump and squat jumps: evaluate jump height and obtain indicators during the impulse phase on thrust, power, explosive force, rate of force development (RFD), and left/right distribution. Drop jump allows you to obtain the jump height after a landing, the development of the force during the contact with the ground, and the reactive strength index (RSI).
Finally, you can also measure force/velocity and dynamic strength index (DSI).
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KINVENT enables physical therapists and sports medicine practitioners to measure recovery, health and strength for both amateur and professional athletes – as well as measuring progress over time. Contact our KINVENT product experts to learn more.