I am the Founder/CEO of GoSports Technologies in Atlanta, GA. At GoSports, we specialize in technology solutions and equipment designed to measure, analyze and improve human performance. The vision at GoSports is to empower sports, medical and educational professionals with affordable and innovative performance assessment tools. Our goal is to put the best tools in your hands to make your job easier, more efficient and functional for today's assessment and training demands.
WHAT PRODUCTS DO WE OFFER?
Wireless Laser Timing Systems, Optical Measurement Systems, Video Analysis Software, Motion Analysis Workstations, Gait Analysis Labs, Athlete/Client Information Management Systems, Online Video Hosting/Sharing, Computer Hardware, Cameras and Peripherals, Athlete Training Programs, Training Apparel and Sports Nutrition.
WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH OUR PRODUCTS?
• Measure athletic and physical development
• Assess functional and dynamic movement
• Analyze sport skills and movement patterns
• Provide video feedback to athletes/patients
• Measure speed, agility, reaction time, etc.
• Identify muscular imbalances
• Improve sports performance
• Expedite rehabilitation
• Monitor individual development and progress
• Manage and store athlete/client data
WHO ARE OUR CUSTOMERS?
strength and conditioning professionals, combine organizations, testing providers, physical therapists, professors/teachers, exercise physiologists, sports medicine professionals, military personnel, researchers, orthotics specialists, chiropractors, sport instructors, fitness experts, sport coaches, etc.
WHERE ARE OUR PRODUCTS USED?
educational institutions, athletic departments, sports performance training facilities, weight rooms, military clinics and fitness centers, sport science departments, human performance labs, physical therapy clinics, sports medicine clinics, chiropractic offices, etc.
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