Movement Metrics

We provide you with detailed and accu­rate move­ment metrics

General

There are many metrics in strength training. With the scien­tif­i­cally eval­u­ated Vmaxpro Sensor you have the possi­bility to measure the most rele­vant ones for power­lifting and weightlifting. Most of these values are not visible to the human eye. There­fore, Vmaxpro offers the possi­bility to add value to the training of all coaches and athletes.

Average velocity

Indi­cates the average velocity of your lift over the distance.

Peak velocity

Indi­cates the peak velocity reached during your lift.

Power output

Indi­cates the power gener­ated during the lift.

Distance

Indi­cates the distance trav­elled by the sensor during the lift.

Movement duration

Indi­cates the dura­tion of the lift.

Duration between reps

Spec­i­fies the time between 2 lifts.

Values
Values

Point of max. velocity

This value shows you the point of maximum velocity of the lift.

Point of max. acceleration

This value shows you the point of maximum accel­er­a­tion of the lift.

Trajec­tory
Trajectory

Minimum Velocity Threshold

This value shows you the point of maximum velocity of the lift.

Muscle Performance Threshold

Point of maximum mechan­ical muscle power.

1 Repetition Maximum

Maximum weight that can be moved in one exer­cise.

Key VBT metrics
Trajectory
The recording of trajec­to­ries and our other recorded values is tech­no­log­i­cally very complex. There­fore, inac­cu­ra­cies may occur from time to time.