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RPM² - Remote Performance Measurement and Monitoring

Be Stronger
Be Faster
Be Better
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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.
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"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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RPM² Demo

RPM² demonstration video

Latest Posts

How Weak Glutes Affect Your Running Performance

How Weak Glutes Affect Your Running Performance

As an elite athlete, you know the importance of maintaining a strong core, but there’s another “core” muscle group that often gets neglected in a runner’s strength training program: the glutes. These strong, large muscles should play the starring role in your running activity rather than allowing the smaller, supporting muscles to take over. When your glutes are weak, bilateral deficiencies are a foregone conclusion. Here’s what you need to know about how vital these powerhouse muscles are to your running performance. What Do the Glutes Do? The glutes consist of three muscles in the buttocks: the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. During a run, the glutes are responsible f..

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Michael Johnson Discusses RPM2 on Tampa Bay Sports Radio

Michael Johnson Discusses RPM2 on Tampa Bay Sports Radio

On February 2, our partner Michael Johnson of Michael Johnson Performance, Inc. was a featured guest on the long-running Ron & Ian sports radio show at WDAE in Tampa, Florida. During the 10-minute spot, the nine-time World Champion addressed a number of topics, including his passion for helping athletes attain balance in their training regimens and how RPM²‘s innovative footbed inserts help him and his staff perform their jobs better. The Use of RPM² at Michael Johnson Performance, Inc. At Michael Johnson Performance, Inc., Johnson and staff work with individual athletes, clubs and Olympic federations to help them achieve balance and symmetry in their athletic development. Said Johnson, “We ..

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