On May 1st 2020, we sat down together online to discuss how to assess movement asymmetries using a dual force plate system. Dual force plate systems have become increasingly popular in high performance sport.

A key application is measuring side-to-side vertical jump force-time asymmetries. We can use these measurements to track player readiness, identify trainable deficits in non-injured athletes and monitor injured athletes throughout the return to health and return to performance transition after injury.

You can download a PDF of the presentation here.

Please check out our online education opportunities by clicking the image below if you want to learn more about using dual force plate systems to assess asymmetries, performance and mechanical muscle function.

I also referenced a few of our recently published papers. Click the links below to get a PDF copy of our publications.