ForceDecks Jump can be used to record multiple different tests, or multiple profile tests, in quick succession.
In time-sensitive environments, practitioners may prefer to use ForceDecks Jump for faster fatigue monitoring and performance feedback.
Benefits of using ForceDecks Jump include the ability to:
- Test multiple profiles in quick succession;
- Test multiple profiles simultaneously;
- Run multiple test types in quick succession;
- Compare a profile's current results against previous results; and
- View instantaneous results as reps are completed.
The above features are not available in ForceDecks.
To speed up the workflow, it is recommended that all profiles are setup prior to testing.
Any profiles setup in VALD Hub will sync with ForceDecks Jump. However, if required an individual profile can be added directly in ForceDecks Jump.
There are also a few settings to be aware of before you start testing with ForceDecks Jump.
Test multiple profiles in quick succession
ForceDecks Jump can capture test data and display summary results for multiple profiles in quick succession.
Test multiple profiles simultaneously
With ForceDecks Jump you can run tests on multiple sets of dual plates at the same time. (Up to a maximum 4 sets)
This rapid testing capability is run from one laptop, connected to the multiple sets of dual plates.
Run multiple test types in quick succession
In ForceDecks Jump, test sequences can be created to run multiple test types in one recording.
This feature can also be used with the ability to test multiple profiles in quick succession or simultaneously (as described above).
Compare a profile's current results against previous results
With ForceDecks Jump you can quickly compare a profile's current results against their previous results.
The historical data displayed for comparison can be set to suit your requirements.
View instantaneous results
Results are instantly displayed in ForceDecks Jump after each rep is detected.
These result graphs, charts and metrics can be set to suit your requirements.
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