Master GRF data & unlock the secrets of human movement.

Make informed decisions.

Ground reaction forces are a mandatory part of modern of sports performance and rehabilitation.

Understanding and mastering GRF and balance data gives you insight make informed decisions, drive performance and engage your clients.

Ground reaction forces are a mandatory part of modern of sports performance and rehabilitation.

Understanding and mastering GRF and balance data gives you insight make informed decisions, drive performance and engage your clients.

Rehab to Performance Spectrum

We worked with our advisors to ensure the content covers the bases, from screening & exercise corrections to RTP tests through performance testing.

Our course is relevant for performance professionals of all types: PTs, S&C, ATs, chiropractors & sport performance coaches.

World Class Learning

The course was designed and delivered by Dr. Sasho MacKenzie, Dr. Robert Butler and Daisy-May Kenny, three of the leading minds in sports performance. It brings world-class instruction to you in an engaging, easy format.

From master concepts to immediate applications, it was developed to help you advance your knowledge and deliver performance results.

Dr. Sasho MacKenzie

Dr. MacKenzie, PhD is a professor in the Department of Human Kinetics at St. Francis Xavier University, and a world-renowned biomechanist. His research interests lie in the optimization of human movement with a strong emphasis on sport performance (both optimal sport movement patterns as well as training techniques).

He has conducted, presented, and published research on putting, shaft dynamics, 3D mechanics of the swing, shoe fitting, and the role of ground reaction force & center of pressure in the golf swing. His research projects & knowledge are the central building blocks of our education modules.

Dr. Robert Butler

Dr. Butler is a clinical scientist, educator and the Director of Performance for the St. Louis Cardinals. His specific area of expertise is in clinical biomechanics His research is focused on the role of functional movement outcomes in identifying & addressing movement dysfunction as it relates to reducing injury risk, improving therapeutic outcomes and reducing the rate of joint degeneration – with particular attention to ACL rehab.

Daisy-May Kenny

Daisy-May is an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist with a master’s degree in exercise science and a research specialization in sports biomechanics. She is the Director of Education for SuperSpeed Golf, an Advisor for BODIRAK and ZoomKinetics, and the founder of Biomek Golf.

Daisy-May’s research included TPI screening, golf specific workouts, and overspeed training as intervention methods. Using Vicon Nexus 3D motion analysis she measured components of the golf swing and in addition, ground force mechanics. Daisy-May has presented her research at the International Olympic Conference for the prevention of injury and illness in sport and the National Strength and Conditioning conference. Daisy now specializes in teaching ground force mechanics, overspeed training, and injury prevention mechanisms.

MSc. Exercise Science, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist. Certifications: TPI Level 1, Fitness 3, Power 3, RacquetFit, BODITRAK, SuperSpeed.

Comprehensive & Actionable

Our course covers master concepts, key terms, example interventions and team-based performance
testing protocols.

It gives you the tools you need to master all things GRF in sports performance, right now.