IUSCA welcomes innovative Output Sports as sponsor

The IUSCA are delighted to announce Output Sports as a major sponsor for the upcoming year. This partnership will provide excellent opportunities for university partners to access innovative sports performance technology.


Output is not just an excellent VBT tool, it’s a matchbox-sized living laboratory for sports-performance.


Output are revolutionizing the way athletic staff optimize sports performance. Using advanced signal processing and machine learning techniques, Output have developed an end-to-end solution that can test multiple components of athletic performance and track training programmes with a single wearable sensor. For the first time ever, a wearable for exercise analysis will provide strength coaches, rehab professionals and athletes with valid, reliable, and comprehensive analysis in a single, user-centric, fully integrated system.



The IUSCA and Output will also be collaborating on research and case studies, with the aim of further developing technological and educational platforms.


Martin O’Reilly, CEO at Output Sports said, "we are very happy to be partnering with the International Universities Strength and Conditioning Association. Their mission and actions in providing strong education standards, an excellent research dissemination platform and a forum for knowledge transfer in University S&C all greatly align with Output's aims to provide top level performance technology, to connect and improve the links between research and practice in S&C and to encourage collaboration and discussion."


Keep a look out for future developments and case studies in collaboration with Output, and to find out more about the product, please visit the website at www.outputsports.com


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