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RPM² - Remote Performance Measurement and Monitoring

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"Bilateral Equivalence should be the greatest goal among triathletes and runners.
       This is achieved only when both legs share symmetrical strength and movements."
Regardless of how finely tuned you are, you are not bilaterally equivalent. This can cause deficiencies in your training.
Click here to read the white paper study of RPM2
completed by Dr. Kelly Brooks of Texas A&M, Corpus Christi
Features a Power Meter with
    4 different measurement/monitoring modes!
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Welcome

Who We Are

RPM² –(Remote Performance Measurement / Monitoring), is a foot-bed device with a unique technology specifically engineered to enhance an athlete’s performance by providing data related to gait, range of motion, force, and power. 

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What We Do

You perform the exercises and the RPM² system shows detail reports designed to help you develop strength and conditioning exercises to help achieve bilateral equivalence and higher performance.

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How We Perform

RPM2 is proven to help with performance. It was tested by Kelly A. Brooks, Ph.D., HFS, CSCS*D, EPC and the findings were published in a peer reviewed journal.  The findings state, "RPM2 is a breakthrough technology that can enhance athletic performance.

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Latest Posts

Carbohydrates and the High-Performance Athlete

Carbohydrates and the High-Performance Athlete

In past posts, we discussed the importance of fat and protein intake for the endurance athlete, in today’s post, we will highlight the importance of carbohydrates and how this food group can enhance performance. Before a big event, athletes of all levels typically “carb load” the night before a performance. While this is common practice, some may be unaware why carbohydrates aid in providing energy and improving performance. Our team at RPM² offers an overview of how carbohydrates affect the body during athletic performance along with a few suggestions for healthy sources of carbohydrates. Food is Fuel Just as a car requires gasoline to operate, athletes require proper nutrition to increase ..

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RPM2: An Overview of the White Paper by Dr. Kelly Brooks

RPM2: An Overview of the White Paper by Dr. Kelly Brooks

Did you know that RPM² footbeds were validated and reviewed by Dr. Kelly Brooks during her time as a professor at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi? In February of 2013, Dr. Brooks conducted a review of our product, its technology, and its applications for athletes. The results of the review were published in a White Paper, which you can read in full by clicking here. A Summary of the White Paper Focusing on the importance of accurate gait analysis, Dr. Brooks explains that preventative gait analysis is important for measuring an athlete’s form and biomechanical movement to optimize and enhance athlete mechanics, especially during times of fatigue at the end of performance. She states tha..

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Key Fundamentals for Understanding Speed

Key Fundamentals for Understanding Speed

Improving speed is a common goal for any athlete. One thing that can help an endurance athlete overcome plateaus or push their performance to the next level is understanding the mechanics behind speed and adjusting training to achieve fluid, biomechanical movement. This week, our team at RPM² discusses important fundamentals that relate to speed. Bi-Lateral Equivalence As mentioned in many of our previous blogs, achieving bi-lateral equivalence (bi-lateral symmetry) can dramatically enhance an athlete’s performance. Bi-lateral symmetry refers to a balance of power in the force exerted by each leg in movement. When athletes lack symmetry, it can affect their speed and even increase the risk f..

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