What Is Sportsmetrics?™

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Sportsmetrics™ is the first and largest ACL injury prevention program scientifically proven to decrease serious knee ligament injuries in female athletes. Developed by Dr. Frank Noyes and a team of athletic trainers, physical therapists and researchers, Sportsmetrics™ is not just another plyometric training program. Jumping drills are used to teach the athlete to preposition the entire body safely when jumping landing. The selection and progression of these exercises are designed for neuromuscular retraining proceeding from simple jumping drills to multi-directional, single-foot hops, and plyometrics with an emphasis on quick turnover.  

A solid foundation of strength, coordination and overall physical conditioning is required for athletes to attain their highest potential in their sport-specific skills. Train with Sportsmetrics™ to reduce your risk of injury AND enhance competitive athletic performance.

5 Components of Sportsmetrics

This six-week jump program is comprised of:

  • dynamic warm-up,
  • plyometric/jump training,
  • speed, agility, and conditioning,
  • strength training, and
  • flexibility.

The program focuses on developing overall leg strength as well as muscular balance from the front to the back of the thigh.

Benefits of Participating in Sportsmetrics

  • Improve explosive power
  • Strengthen surrounding muscles
  • Improve technique and mechanics
  • Improve balance
  • Increase flexibility
  • Increase jump height
  • Increase speed and agility
  • Decrease risk of injury

Don't spend your season on the sidelines! By training with Sportsmetrics you can reduce your risk of injury AND enhance your competitive athletic performance.

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