The Secrets to Athleticism: New Game-changing Metrics

KPERFORM™'s Coach-Scientist Dr. Veera Asher, is introducing the sensor-based myopressure plate technology to measure center of pressure (COP), creating reference scales for performance of the proprioceptive system as it relates to the BrainBodyVoice™️ complex (ie: BrainBodyGlottis™️ Complex) in either sympathetic or parasympathetic mode. 
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*FYI: analog version of a myopressure plate is the flat side up of a BOSU®️ ball. 
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The proprietary application called Precision Form Training™️ (PFT) [aka Bubble Cheek™️] can be used to optimize an individual’s COP combined parameters, inclusive of COP ellipse area, COP path length and COP velocity.
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PFT targets the proprioceptive system for (1) postural control (athletic spine performance), (2) speed and (3)power, by optimizing alignment, and then with additional strengthening and conditioning (S&C) of the BrainBodyVoice™️/ BrainBodyGlottis™️ complex, thereby improving any biomechanical movement from gross motor to fine motor skills/actions. 
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Adding other sensor-based technology to COP creates more sophisticated algorithms that directly affect how refined and customized the PFT application can be for improved results. 
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*FYI:  PFT can be a stand-alone training tool or integrated into any other training method to augment their results. It supports the LTAD (Long Term Athletic Development) Model adopted globally.
Here is a list of other sensor-based technology that informs (via data) what PFT protocols (ie. Exercises or S&C programs) should be used.
*ground Force
*Rate of force development/power, 
*heart rate, 
*blood pressure, 
*posture mapping 
*facial mapping, 
*vocal Resonance (Db) or expiratory breath force 
*inspiratory breath force  
*reaction time 
*response time
*eye-tracking 
*pitch matching 
*GPS
*3D motion capture 
*gyro
*New training tool that may work well
With PFT is BFR/pBFR. 
Etc. 

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