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Motus Brings a Whole New Dimension to the NFL Combine Training Program at IMG Academy
Date:2/19/2013

base and computer software that can predict future injuries, and then recommend various exercises to correct any deficiencies. Relative to the evolution of Motus’ products and services, Fortenbaugh pointed out, “Injury prevention and performance enhancement are at the forefront of our service. They go hand-in-hand. We see how these athletes move in 3-D space. We see the deficiency in the movements of these athletes, provide the IMG Academy staff with the relevant information and let them make the necessary adjustments to increase each athlete’s athletic performance, while at the same time reducing the risk of injury.”

With their expertise in biomechanics and motion-capture analysis, Motus has provided the IMG Academy staff with a cutting-edge resource, delivering valuable data to help increase athletic performance and decrease the risk of injury. Each NFL Combine trainees’ Motus report, in conjunction with the specialized exercise regimens that have been programmed into each athlete’s daily curriculum by the IMG Academy staff, will continue to be a vital component of the IMG Academy NFL Combine Training Program.

About Motus Global:

Motus Global is a leading sports science technology firm specializing in human performance analysis software development, interactive movement technology, and comprehensive data management systems, for the athletic community. Headquartered in New York, Motus operates its flagship biomechanics research and development lab at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL.

The company participates in the Microsoft Kinect for Windows Testing & Adoption Program, and maintains strong research and development relationships with, The American Sports Medicine Institute, and Motion Analysis Corporation.

For more information about motus, please visit: http://www.motusglobal.com

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