Biomechanical analysis can eliminate the negative mechanical incluences on stroke, improve technique, and prevent injury by reducing the load on bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles. Real time analysis of joint position and core engagement can replace video footage, analysing rower form both on and off the water, specifically identifying how fatigue affects form over time.
Wild Oar Tech "FTW" has been tested with hundreds of athletes across the country, and is beta testing with advanced universities.
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MIT students, NASA fellows, and apparel manufacturing experts using patent-pending algorithms and apparel integrated sensors to quantify and improve athlete form.
At Wild Oar, we believe biomechanics is of the utmost importance to enhance performance and prevent injury in rowing. We have built the first generation of a sensor network that can visualize and analyze human joint motion both on and off the water. Our team at Fit Tech Wearables is working with premiere universities and top athletes to collect and refine data.