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Tennis Players Use New App to Improve Performance

Tennis Players Use New App to Improve Performance

The Spark Motion app is used to evaluate and correct inefficiencies in a truly authentic environment and remotely via the HIPAA compliant cloud. Coaches, trainers and athletes are able to record video with their iPad and then instantly analyze the data.

Trainers can take advantage of the Screen Recorded Video (SRV) function to create videos capturing their verbal and on screen visual aids as they analyze their athletes video clips. In addition, the app has features such as the frame-by-frame analysis, overlaying videos and the side-by-side comparison tool. Check out this video to see Spark Motion in action!

The e-commerce option is what sets Spark Motion apart in their industry. Trainers can not only share videos with their recorded feedback via the HIPAA cloud, but now they can also attach a price and charge for the analysis video via a secure credit transaction – the same level of tech security used in hospitals. This unique function gives players of all levels the ability to receive critiques from professional trainers around the world.


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