A new way to look at muscle strength assessment.
Pick it up and put it down. Push-IT is an extension of your hand and is extremely quick to get started using it to collect accurate strength data of almost every muscle in the human body.
Push-IT is designed to be your go to assessment tool when you need to quickly reassess movement. Immediately you'll be able to see if your intervention has been beneficial for your client.
Push-IT's unique design improves reliability of muscle strength assessments with its ability to be used handheld or transformed using Push-IT's external isometric cap attachment.
Health and fitness professionals have traditionally used subjective and outdated manual muscle testing procedures to assess strength. We've pushed beyond this and are here to help you do the same.
The Push-IT handheld dynamometer transforms handheld muscle assessment beyond a feeling or a number, allowing you to quickly perform isolated strength assessments. Record digital results without the need to write down numbers and notes to analyse your clients, track progression over time and measure the effectiveness of what you do.
Push-IT is the perfect tool to upgrade your assessment with the latest technology to ensure everyone who walks through your door is leaving with an amazing result.
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The AxIT Discovery Session is the perfect way for you to find out all the information that you want to know about the AxIT system. In the 30-minute online 'Hangouts Meet' call you will have the opportunity to ask us any questions you have about the specifics of the system and determine if it is suitable for your business.
"I've been using held-held dynamometer for a while and it had its limitations. With the Push-IT device it helped fill the gaps and give me data that's actually meaningful to my client. It was a no-brainer for me."
"AxIT give us that data and allows us to know with good accuracy what is going on with that persons body. We're not relying on just subjective information anymore."