Sparta Science Testing (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)
The Today Show demonstrates the edge that Sparta Science provides
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
At our Saturday recruit757/Sparta Science Showcase at Redskins Park, recruit757 and Sparta Science merged to give our athletes a new measure of combine performance.
The value in the event is to provide athletes with a measure of their skills along with a new and technological look into advancing their performance and reducing injury risk.
NBC’s Today Show took a look at how Sparta Science is working for college athletic programs. In reality, Sparta is already working with the U.S. Military, the NFL, and numerous other professional and collegiate programs in order to enhance physical performance and reduce injury risk.
Sparta’s Force Plate technology was at work at Redskins Park on Saturday. It works for the Washington Redskins, and it can work in your athletic program.
Villanova uses Sparta Science and has won two of the last three NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championships.
“It’s all about Physics. It’s measuring how you produce force and how absorb forces in your body,” said John Shackleton, team performance coach for Villanova.
The video from the Today Show can explain a lot. Here’s the bottom line. Sparta Science can help your athletes perform better and it can predict injury risk. Sparta can help you keep your athletes on the field or court, and it can help them perform better.
The Sparta website explains a lot about what they do for athletes and programs. They have over a million scans so they can accurately assess your performance. For the last three years, Sparta has measured the performance of every athlete at the NFL Combine.
If you want to consider Sparta for your gym or your athletic program, I can help you learn more and make the connection.
This can be a difference maker for your athletes and for your program.
– Andy Hilton