mLAB research enhances athletic performance and prevents injuries


At the John MacIntyre mLAB (motion Laboratory of Applied Biomechanics), director Dr. Scott Landry uses 13 high-speed cameras and a variety of sensors to analyze the movements of athletes as they run, jump, land, side-cut and perform other key movements. The motion-capture technology aids Landry in researching ways to enhance performance and prevent injuries, such as anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears often suffered while playing soccer, basketball, rugby, volleyball and football.  Read More...


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