Assistant Professor/Program Director, Exercise and Movement Science | Lewis University
This presentation demonstrates the use of the VERT wearable technology system to track and analyze jump performance. Current research on the topic and a breakdown of the VERT system will be included. The technology will be demonstrated through a small plyometric workout. Attendees will understand the technology powering the VERT system, review, analyze and synthesize the data collected through the VERT system, and discuss research and application use of the system within sports performance.Zach Binkley is an assistant professor and program director for exercise and movement science at Lewis University. He received his bachelor's degree from Millikin University and master's degree from California University of Pennsylvania and his Ph.D. in Education Technology at Northcentral University. Zach specializes in student learning assessment data, education technology and eLearning, wearable technology, data and analytics, and innovation in sports.
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