The diagnosis station measures how fast a person initiates motion, the amount of force produced when movement is initiated, and how long power is maintained. It is the trainer’s eye inside the athlete’s body an actual quality control device. The device is able to tell if a muscle is ready to train, perform, or needs recovery.
The system also tells the trainer what kind of training is needed, how much, and at what intensity. When a trainer knows what’s going on in an athlete’s muscles, they can react properly by implementing the exact training program needed.