For lacrosse, ZenoLink hits the target.
ZenoLink uses 3D motion analysis to gather research-level information about an individual’s shot-taking patterns simply by videotaping that player in action. ZenoLink’s proprietary software breaks down the video and produces a performance profile, which measures how effectively the player utilizes peak speed output – his/her power potential – at the point of release. By measuring hip speed, arm speed, shoulder speed, stick release speed and stick linear speed, ZenoLink creates separate analyses of kinetic linking, stability, muscular loading and stick dynamics. These are used to identify functional movement discrepancies that rob the player of power, and to design a personalized Progressive Skills Training program that addresses those problem areas.
Yes, it’s deep. But once you see a ZenoLink analysis, it all makes sense. ZenoLink is a cutting-edge component to the holistic approach to lacrosse performance, enabling coaches to more effectively teach shot mechanics and adding sport-specific Progressive Skills Training to the player’s fitness regimen.