V1 Video Analysis Software
V1 golf technology captures, compares and helps to improve your golf swing on your iPhone, iPad or Android device. It records and analyzes your swing or allows players to compare their swing side-by-side to V1 Golf’s library of Tour Professionals. V1 is great for analyzing the swing with instructors while on the range or in the studio.
Change your environment without changing your location
Plan and prepare for all weather conditions and landscapes by modifying your environment to understand how climate variables affect your shots.
Kinexit is the first digital system with an easy-to-perform screening that identifies golfers’ movement restrictions and customizes golf-fitness exercises.
Pain, restricted movement, inconsistent scores and bruised egos leave golfers frustrated and discouraged. Kinexit has worked with hundreds of Golf Teaching professionals and there is nothing more frustrating than when your body gets in the way of improvement. Let us help you play longer and play better.
HackMotion Wrist Sensor makes it easier to measure and optimize your wrist angles to gain better clubface control and more controlled ball flight with smart biofeedback solution.
Compatible for full swing, pitching and putting, this nifty device lets you easily track and demonstrate progress during lessons, compare and benchmark swings to previous data or PGA Tour player results.
HackMotion simply helps you make smart, data-based decisions for improving ball flight and provides real-time cause and effect to accelerate the learning curve!
Overspeed Training works by getting the body to move at a faster than normal speed during a known motor pattern. Essentially the brain has a set speed for the neuro-muscular response when a golfer makes a golf swing. We first need to increase the response speed from the body by reducing the “load” or in this case the weight of the club. We then need to gradually increase this load to teach the brain that the body is capable of running the motor pattern faster. In our application to golf, we use a club that is about 20% lighter than a driver, one that is 10% lighter, and one that is 5% heavier in order to achieve maximum results from OverSpeed training.