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RPM² - Remote Performance Measurement and Monitoring

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             your performance?
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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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Welcome

Who We Are

RPM² –(Remote Performance Measurement / Monitoring), is a foot-bed device with a unique 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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Protein and the High-Performance Athlete

Protein and the High-Performance Athlete

As an endurance athlete, you know that you expend more energy than the average person and need to make up for it through your diet. With all of that intense physical activity, your body requires extra nutrients to fuel and repair itself, and a lot of runners and triathletes focus more on carbs than other nutrients. However, while you do benefit the most from carbohydrates, protein also plays an important role in your training and recovery. The Endurance Athlete’s Protein Needs While your protein needs as an endurance athlete may be higher than those of a sedentary person, they’re not as high as you might think. Your body burns carbohydrates and fats before turning to protein as fuel. This al..

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Can High-Intensity Interval Training Increase Your Running Speed?

Can High-Intensity Interval Training Increase Your Running Speed?

A relatively new training technique, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is often rejected by running traditionalists, but it is steadily gaining the approval of researchers, trainers and elite athletes as a viable method of increasing running speed and overall fitness. Here are the basics on this highly debated training method and how it may make you a faster runner. What Is HIIT? This training approach involves alternating exercises of high intensity levels with those of moderate intensity levels. Definitions of HIIT may vary, but the intense bursts of exercise generally last 10 to 60 seconds and are followed by a rest period that can last up to four times that of the intense phase. Fo..

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Staying Hydrated to Ensure Your Best Performance

Staying Hydrated to Ensure Your Best Performance

You already know that staying hydrated is crucial for you to perform your best, but as temperatures rise, it’s even more important to make sure you’re getting enough fluids. Studies show that being just 2 percent dehydrated can increase fatigue and reduce your performance. If you’re dehydrated before you even being your triathlon or other endurance event, you’re at a disadvantage from the start and have very little chance of meeting your performance goals. Spotting the Signs of Dehydration The easiest way to check your hydration levels is to take a look at your urine, which should be straw colored or pale yellow. Anything darker and more concentrated, especially if you’re not producing much ..

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