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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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Latest Posts

Common Injuries in Runners: Shin Splints

Common Injuries in Runners: Shin Splints

Every runner has felt a throbbing or dull pain along the shin bone, often accompanied by mild swelling, at one time or another. This common overuse condition is called shin splints, and it is characterized by inflammation of the shin bone (tibia) and surrounding muscles, tendons, or other soft tissues. Fortunately, this condition, formally called medial tibial stress syndrome, often resolves itself with conservative treatments. What Causes Shin Splints? The simple answer to this question is, “Overdoing it.” A stress injury, shin splints often occur when you make a sudden change in your training rather than gradually working up to a new regimen. This may include suddenly increasing the freque..

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Staying Motivated as a Triathlete

Staying Motivated as a Triathlete

“You can quit if you want, and no one will care. But you will know the rest of your life.” – John Collins The inherent variety of the triathlon typically keeps you more motivated to train than a single sport does. However, mixing it up doesn’t always do the trick in helping you stay motivated. All triathletes, from beginners to those at the top of their game, simply do not feel a burning desire to train all the time. What sets winners apart from those who throw in the towel is that they are committed to training whether they feel motivated or not. If you’re lacking in drive from time to time, you can either use it as an excuse to give up on your goals, or you can accept it as part of who you..

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Proper Fat Intake for Endurance Athletes

Proper Fat Intake for Endurance Athletes

Maintaining a diet that is balanced to your unique needs as a high-performance athlete is essential. While your body prefers glycogen from carbs as its main fuel source, fat also provides fuel for the body. Many people think fat is a bad word, but the endurance athlete knows that he or she cannot perform for an extended duration without this vital nutrient. Why Is Fat So Important? The body cannot function without dietary fat, which provides essential fatty acids, such as omega-3, and helps process the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. The presence of healthy fats in the diet helps the body maintain vital metabolic and regulatory processes and has a protective effect on the cells of the b..

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