Traditional isokinetic equipment only offers single joint, rotary movements. The Exerbotics isokinetic equipment incorporates Iso-Velocity Technology which measures multi-joint, compound movements. Testing, rehabilitation and training are administered and recorded in a computer controlled environment, eliminating external elements such as technique, inertia, speed and range of motion; all of which can skew results.
Exerbotics manufactures proprietary Iso-Velocity and isokinetic equipment that measures and records force output in a safe, controlled environment while collecting accurate and consistent data. Our isokinetic equipment is remotely administrated from any computer inside your network. Data is monitored and recorded for each individual user for future analysis, diagnosis, prescription and training.
Exerbotics isokinetic equipment offers the strength assessment and exercise advantages required in a multitude of applications including athletic injuries, cardiac rehab, stroke rehab, osteoperosis, sarcopenia and many others.
For the first time, concentric and eccentric data is collected and presented as a blueprint specific to each individual, providing a platform to evaluate strength curves, true eccentric output, proper training intensity and benchmarking for rehabilitation, return to sport, general fitness or research.
The Exerbotics isokinetic equipment utilizes Iso-Velocity Technology to record a blueprint of every person’s individual concentric and eccentric strength curve. Based on that information, a trainer, coach or clinician can accurately prescribe the effort level required to achieve astounding results.
Our isokinetic equipment represents a quantum leap in strength assessment and training. One repetition is no longer one repetition. We have taken volume based training and converted it to effort based achievement.
Exerbotics offers a safe, unbiased solution for prescribing and tracking activity in various applications including corporate wellness, athletics, rehabilitation, active aging and general fitness.
- Exercise Performed
- Range of Motion
- Duration of Repetition
- Duration of Set
- Number of Repetitions
- Number of Sets
- Tempo of Repetitions
- Total Effort
- Average Effort
- Peak Concentric Force
- Average Concentric Force
- Peak Eccentric Force
- Average Eccentric Force