Overview

What is Sportsmetrics?™

What is Sportsmetrics?™

Sportsmetrics is a training program scientifically proven to decrease knee injuries in athletes. It was designed by the doctors and researchers at Cincinnati Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation, and it focuses on developing overall leg strength as well as muscular balance from the front to the back of the thigh.

While the program was scientifically tested on females, Sportsmetrics is not just for females! Males will also benefit from developing overall leg strength and perfecting jumping and landing mechanics.

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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