“The Mariners use Kinduct technology for monitoring and data consolidation, and that can house specifics for each player in the organization with the goal of turning that data into actionable insights.
One example: Kinduct tracks the force-plate testing that is a big part of how the team measures strength, including a dual-plate system that measures the power produced by a standing vertical jump. Once a second level of testing takes place — for some of these players, in the fall at high-performance camp— the staff can track changes.”
The Seattle Mariners and Kinduct announced their official partnership on March 16, 2018.
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