Plantar Pressure Mapping Applications for Performance & Rehab (Part 2):

Evaluating Weight Shift Movements in Sport


In XSENSOR Technology’s second ‘Plantar Pressure Mapping Applications for Performance & Rehab’ webinar, presenter Antonio Robustelli (Sports Performance Scientist & Technologist with OmniAthlete Performance Concept) explores, in detail, the concepts of evaluating weight shift movements in sports applications.

Weight shift (or weight transfer) is a fundamental athletic skill required in all activities where there is a need to hit an implement and/or throw a ball such as baseball, golf, or tennis. Being able to properly transfer body weight from one side of the body to the other is of paramount importance to generate the force and power required to accomplish this sport-specific skill.

Learn how leading-edge plantar pressure mapping technology, like XSENSOR’s Intelligent Insoles, Stance Pad Sensor, or Walkway Sensor, can help you assess weight shift movements using reliable pressure data and how analysis options such as real-time biofeedback can help you improve weight shift abilities.

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Baseball player swinging a bat at a baseball.


What weight shift is and how it relates to performance in sports such as baseball, golf, and tennis.

Tennis player swinging tennis racket at a tennis ball.


The biomechanical characteristics of an efficient weight shift movement.

Golfer following through on a golf swing with a golf driver.


How to use plantar pressure mapping technology to evaluate weight shift and train motor patterns with biofeedback.