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  • Why would a Dual Force Plate make more sense to analyse a swing?

    Smart2Move has developed a dual Force plate, in order to give you more useful information than a single Force plate, and here’s why.

    September 8, 2017 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • The Double Peak of Force

    As referred in a previous article, the high peak force optimally must occur before impact to efficiently transfer the ground reaction force to the club head.

    July 27, 2017 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • The Bubble

    The S2M Dual force plates can measure independently the amount of force applied under each foot during the swing. In the backswing, we measure the difference of the amount of […]

    July 14, 2017 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • The Line of Pressure (LoP)

    The Line of Pressure (LoP) is the line joining the Center of Pressure (CoP) of each foot, versus the target line. There is a correlation between the direction of the […]

    June 30, 2017 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • The High Peak Force

    Measuring the high peak of vertical force is absolutely crucial in a golf swing! It is the indication of how much power you are able to create from the ground.

    June 15, 2017 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • Official Announcement: S2M Science & Research program

    Smart2Move AG, based in Basel (Switzerland), is proud to announce that since the beginning of this year we launched a New program of Research in Ground Reaction Force for golf […]

    May 9, 2017 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • The difference between pressure & force

    In Physics, the force is basically defined as the interaction making one point or one object changing its motion. The equation is F=m.a. with Force (in Newton) equal mass (in […]

    December 11, 2016 Jean-Paul Fernandez
  • SmartBalance Pro Force Plate: Scientific Validation

    The following data are extract from a protocol of testing SmartBalance Pro force plates system vs Kistler force plates at the Sport and Medicine Institute (IRMIS) of the University of […]

    October 10, 2016 Jean-Paul Fernandez