The 1080 Sprint is an Assistance - Resistance machine like no other. State of the art robotic technology offers a smooth delivery of controllable torque which provides an amazing platform for training and measuring performance.
HOW IT WORKS
This can be done in small increments up to a maximum of 15kg resisted and 22.5kg assisted. Applied simply with the touch screen.
Loading can be preset to change at a set speed.
1080 Drag settings
Depending on the exercise being attempted there is a choice that will effect how the 1080 Sprint reacts under load. Isotonic - the load will be constant independent of acceleration and deceleration.
Normal - Sense of inertia will be present during acceleration and deceleration.
NFW - During fast movements, such as change of direction. Machine will become more aggressive to decrease slack in the line.
This governs the 1080 to a set speed limit for both Resisted and Assisted functions.
Also as a safety feature.
Setting training protocols
Setting up parameters for recording reps provides four settings. Manual, Distance, Time and auto setting.
This allows the coach to set defined protocols that can be then retested with directly comparable results.
This example shows a set up for distance, with a 40m assisted run. Starting at the 60m and finishing at the 20m (allowing for 20m run off for safety). The resistance is set at 3 which will provide a gentle run into rep with a top speed limit of 9.5m/s.
This rep can also be set up for a time period or an auto distance explained below.
Auto Distance setting
Auto distance is a quick and easy way to record. Simply type in the desired distance and the athlete can start from where they stand. No need for a starting line. As soon as the speed reaches .2m/s recording will take place.
This is an example of a speed graph. Curves will develop multiple peaks as load causes athlete to drive harder, changing drive patterns under that loading.
Acceleration graphs show a huge change from toe on breaking phase to toe off acceleration phase (typically .1sec). In this case showing a -20 to +30m/s change. Huge potential in this data for studying over striding issues and injuries relating from this type of strike pattern.
As soon as run is completed, data is available. In this case we see 3 graphs superimposed on one axis. These 3 reps were run over 30m with an increase in a constant load each rep. 3kgs, 7kgs and 10kgs. Power has increased with each subsequent increase in load.
As with above force is directly relative to the load being placed on the athlete. Each peak shows the force being generated through each leg drive. This data shows us if the athlete has any issues with muscle imbalances or a possible injury present. Great tool for assessment of an athlete returning from injury.
NB: Blue line in this test. The athlete had a sore achillies tendon.
Load Velocity Profiling (Lv)
The Load /Velocity profiling option is a tool used to theoretically calculate MO (close to 1RM), Vmax (maximum velocity), Pmax (maximum power output) and also at what load and velocity you expect to reach Pmax.To do this you need a minimum of one velocity value for three separate loads. Also the athlete must deliver maximal output for each effort.
Testing specific muscle groups on both the right and left hand side of the body is shown here. Settings can be applied to test either the concentric or eccentric phase of the movement.
Data storage access
All data is exportable and available on secure cloud. There is a private and public setting for your data.
This will provide full details to your athletes or outside sources. They can access directly via weblink: webapp1080motion.azurewebsites.net
The hard data recorded is also available for those that want to break down the test results for further analysis.
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