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Doubting the performance of our sensors in strength training and beyond?
Trust us, they excel. Independent studies consistently affirm their reliability and accuracy.
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Considering scientific research in motion or performance analysis using our sensors?
Enode provides a specialized app called Enode Lab for recording raw acceleration data from up to 5 sensor and camera streams.
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Velocity-based approach to resistance training: the reproducibility and sensitivity of commercially available velocity monitoring technologies.
Ivan Jukic, Andrew King, Colby A. Sousa, Katarina Prnjak, Michael R. McGuigan
Validation of Velocity Measuring Devices in Velocity Based Strength Training.
Thorben Menrad, Jürgen Edelmann-Nusser
Concurrent Validity of the Inertial Measurement Unit Vmaxpro (Enode Pro) in Vertical Jump Estimation.
Jose M. Jimenez‐Olmedo, Basilio Pueo, Jose M. Mossi, Lamberto Villalon‐Gasch
Validity and Effects of Placement of Velocity-Based Training Devices.
Raphael Fritschi, Jan Seiler, Micah Gross
Concurrent validity of an inertial sensor for measuring muscle mechanical properties.
Elias Olovsson Ståhl, Pontus Öhrner
Have a peek at Enode Lab. Our demo access, featuring sample data, wonderfully illustrates the potential of Enode Lab.