Runners & Athlete’s using ViMove technology at SportsMed NQ

Posted by SportsMed NQ, 26 June 2014

If you are a runner, whether that be competing or for pure enjoyment you will want to know about ViMove.

• Objective information & immediate feedback whilst you run

• Improve your performance

• Help prevent & manage injury

Embedded ViMove Running YouTube clip

What is ViMove?

Wearable sensors that can be placed on your legs to measure movement and collect other vital information whilst you run. Now using ViMove we can understand your unique running movement over short and long distances with the impact of fatigue & different terrains. This helps us tailor a running program to meet your needs and measure your improvement.

What is involved?

Simply ask us if you’d be appropriate for a ViMove running assessment and then book in for a session.

Who would benefit from ViMove running?

All runners or sports people would benefit from this assessment. With ViMove we can now provide an in-depth analysis of your running never available before so you get a better outcome.

Achieve your running potential and book in with us for a ViMove assessment.

Find out more about ViMove click here

ViMove Man running


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