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New Somax measurement system enables viewers to analyze their favorite athletes and improve their own performance.
Tiburon, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2014
Somax Performance Institute (web: somaxsports.com), the world leader in analyzing, measuring and improving sports performance, is pleased to announce that their sports analysis videos have surpassed 2.5 million views. The Institute, which works with individuals from the sports and business communities, improves performance far beyond conventional coaching and training with its unique program of motion analysis and Microfiber Reduction.
Many viewers have praised the Somax videos for helping them improve their performance in golf, tennis, track and baseball.
"We enjoy helping recreational and competitive athletes learn how to videotape, analyze, measure and improve their own sports mechanics instead of trying to copy well-known athletes, who often succeed in spite of their inefficient movement patterns, says Bob Prichard, Director of Somax Performance Institute. "We ask athletes: why try to imitate pro athletes when you can develop more efficient movements on your own with our analysis system and your home video camera?"
These entertaining and instructive sports analysis videos are available for viewing on the Somax website at
The Somax RSSSSA Analysis System details
RSSSA stands for Range, Sequence, Separation, Speed, Stability and Alignment
The Somax RSSSSA system of analysis has been proven to be not only simpler than computerized analysis, but more successful in identifying inefficiencies that can be improved to boost performance.
About Somax Performance Institute
Since 1970, the Somax Performance Institute has helped athletes of all ages improve their performance by improving their efficiency--rather than their strength and endurance. Their 17 Olympic athletes have won 44 Gold Medals and have set 11 World Records. Their pro golfers have won the US Open as a rookie, increased their putting from #113 to #1, quadrupled their tour income and increased their longest drive from 295 to 400. Amateur golfers have increased their distance, lowered their handicap and eliminated back pain.
Runners have cut a minute per mile off their running pace and swimmers have cut their stroke count in half while improving their swim times.
Tennis players have added 20 mph to their service speed and increased their forehand speed from 55 to 97 mph.
Baseball players have increased their long ball from 400 to 480, their bases stolen from 14/15 to 32/33 and their income from $500K to $1.75 million.
Somax Performance Institute
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