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RPM² - Remote Performance Measurement and Monitoring

Be Stronger
Be Faster
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"Bilateral Equivalence should be the greatest goal among triathletes and runners.
       This is achieved only when both legs share symmetrical strength and movements."
Regardless of how finely tuned you are, you are not bilaterally equivalent. This can cause deficiencies in your training.
Click here to read the white paper study of RPM2
completed by Dr. Kelly Brooks of Texas A&M, Corpus Christi
Features a Power Meter with
    4 different measurement/monitoring modes!
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RPM² is excited to be working with Michael Johnson,
and Michael Johnson Performance, in offering our unique
device to athletes.
Power meter comparative data
Click here to see how the power meter in RPM² compares to other power meters.
"RPM² will not only enhance the way I train,
but will also help me achieve symmetry in my legs."
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"these have amazing potential for any athlete!"


RPM² is a remote force-measuring shoe insole used to help correct mechanics and form for athletes, and proper mechanics increases performance and potentially reduces injury

Who We Are

 RPM² (Remote Performance Measurement/Monitoring), is a brand new technology – specifically engineered to enhance an athlete’s performance by providing data related to gait, range of motion, force, and power.


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What We Do

You perform the exercises and the RPM² system shows detail reports designed to help you develop strength and conditioning exercises to help achieve bilateral equivalence and higher performance.


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How We Perform

RPM² is proven to help with performance. It was tested by Kelly A. Brooks, Ph.D., HFS, CSCS*D, EPC and the findings were published in a peer reviewed journal. The findings state, "RPM² is a breakthrough technology that can enhance athletic performance."


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RPM² has established a partnership with Olympic champion and world record holder, Michael Johnson, and his athletic training organization, Michael Johnson Performance, Inc., to continue to enhance the functionality of the device.


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Latest Posts

Do Runners Need Gait Analysis?

Do Runners Need Gait Analysis?

Endurance athletes have likely heard the words “gait analysis” at some point or another in their athletic careers. The use of gait analysis to study the way people move is gaining momentum—especially in the world of professional sports. In recent years, more physicians, therapists, and athletic trainers have recognized the importance of monitoring and analyzing the gait to help improve performance and reduce wear and tear on the body. Here we address a few common questions regarding gait analysis. What does gait analysis actually mean? First, let’s define gait. When it comes to athletes, gait is defined as how the entire body moves to facilitate foot movements. To analyze gait, trainers and ..

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Incidence of Injury and a Runner’s Gait

Incidence of Injury and a Runner’s Gait

Can injury and discomfort during running be prevented by adjusting a runner’s gait? In the past, our posts have discussed the importance of gait analysis and fluid biomechanical movement. We have also discussed common injuries among triathletes and long distance runners such as plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and runner’s knee. When it comes to injury among endurance athletes, the common perception was that the physical activity of running or cycling wore down the joints and tore muscles. The idea that endurance training itself is the source of injury is quickly becoming a notion of the past. A recent article published by the Wall Street Journal offers a different point of view that aligns ..

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