Making Sense of the Cressey/Proteus Power Report
Written on September 9, 2021 at 7:35 pm, by Eric Cressey
I published some articles (here and here) last year about how we were digging in really deep on using Proteus Motion not only as a training initiative for rotational power and arm care, but also as a way to test power and acceleration in rotational sport athletes. The culmination of a lot of collaborative work with Proteus is the Cressey Power Test. We used it all last offseason with a lot of professional, college, and high school athletes to build out a large sample size, and now it’s being rolled out to facilities where a Proteus unit is housed. Check out this webinar to learn what the test tells us:
You can see the components of the test in the following video as well:
It’s still a bit of a work in progress, and our data set is getting larger and larger with each passing day, but we’re super excited about the findings thus far and – more importantly – how they’re impacting the way we train our athletes. You can learn more at www.ProteusMotion.com.
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