Biomechanics is the sports science field that applies the laws of mechanics and physics to human performance, in order to gain a greater understanding of performance in athletics through modeling, simulation and measurement The major goal of biomechanics of sport is to improve performance in given sport or physical exercise. For instance, the correct biomechanics of running allows athletes to carry out regular physical exercise for long enough periods of time without being seriously limited by injuries and their consequences. The secondary goal of sport biomechanics is to provide recommendations for injury prevention and rehabilitation. This goal is strongly related to the main goal because a healthy athlete will perform better than an athlete troubled with frequent injuries. Using most recent biomechanical approaches and Contemplas 3D motion analysis system, GSA specialists help you for
- Identification of the optimal technique for enhancing sports performance,
- Analysis of body loading to determine the safest method for performing a particular sport or exercise task,
- Assessment of muscular recruitment and loading,
- Analysis of sport and exercise equipment, e.g. shoes, surfaces and racquets.