Auburn Senior High
talks about EliteForm integration
Coach Tyler Armagost and Principal Vernon Golladay of Auburn Senior High School talk about how they incorporate the Integrated system into both their physical education and athletic programs.
Southeast Missouri State
talks about recent PowerTracker installation
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Ryan Johnson of Southeast Missouri State talks about growing his program through competition, motivation and innovation with the recent installation of EliteForm Powertracker.
KU Men’s Basketball Coach
adopts EliteForm Integrated
Coach Glenn Cain of Kansas Men’s Basketball shares their decision to adopt EliteForm Integrated and how they are using it to create a competitive advantage.
Lincoln High Coach Christensen
on EliteForm Integrated
Coach Lawrence “Bump” Christensen of Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Nebraska shares how he and his athletes have benefited from using EliteForm Integrated system.
12th Man TV Free Preview:
Player Development Center
12th Man TV brings you a free first look at the stunning new Davis Player Development Center which includes EliteForm’s Integrated system.
Steve Kiene speaks about EliteForm and its role in the future of Husker Nation. EliteForm’s Integrated system plays a part in that future by improving many dimensions of the student athlete experience.
Sept 19, 2013 – Digital Trend
The arrival of the Kansas City Chiefs in the City Of Brotherly Love for Thursday’s NFL matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles will be assessed by most football fans in terms of the clash of coaching. Andy Reid, who called the shots in Philly for the past 14 seasons, found a new home in the offseason with the Chiefs, leaving behind a franchise whose fortunes have fluctuated like the NASDAQ since their 2005 Super Bowl appearance…
July 24, 2013 – Sports Illustrated
The array of technology creates a physiological dashboard for each player. Among the equipment: Catapult Sports’ OptimEye sensors, which Barwin was wearing; heart-rate monitors from Polar; an Omegawave system that measures an athlete’s readiness for training and competition; and weight-lifting technology from a company named EliteForm, with 3-D cameras that record not just how much an athlete is lifting but how quickly he is doing it…
March 19, 2013 – Sports Illustrated
Jeff Withey arrived at Kansas with a volleyball player’s body, a lanky 7-foot frame that was developed over years of playing on the beaches of his native San Diego. Ben McLemore arrived with a more prototypical basketball player’s body, one that he honed while playing on the summer AAU circuit and at Christian Life Center in Humble, Texas…
March 1, 2013 – Life Fitness
This weekend kicked off the first session of Hammer Strength’s annual coaches’ clinics in Noblesville, Ind. As a member of the Life Fitness biomechanical engineering team and an NASM certified Performance Enhancement Specialist, having the opportunity to come face to face with some of the most successful…
Jan 2, 2013 – Silicon Prairie
Eyes were on the Silicon Prairie in 2012 as the startup community in and around Kansas City, Omaha and Des Moines earned attention from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company and other outlets. Startups like EliteForm were mentioned….
Nov 26, 2012 – Silicon Prairie
The athletic department at the University of Kansas currently boasts a pair of nationally ranked basketball teams, but high-end hoops is par for the course in Lawrence. New this year, KU can also tout top-tier weight-lifting technology, which it’s using to improve the strength and conditioning work of its basketball teams and other Jayhawk squads….
Aug 29, 2012 – Silicon Prairie
Put techies and college football players on a team together and what do you get? When it’s two powerhouses like Nebraska Global and the Nebraska Cornhuskers — based just blocks from each other in Lincoln — you might be surprised by the possibilities…
Aug 6, 2012 – ESPN
About two weeks prior to the date of the Texas A&M Player Development Center’s scheduled completion, boxes of new weights arrived near the front door. With the anticipation of someone moving into a new home, Aggies director of football sports performance, Larry Jackson…
May 14, 2012 – N’sider Official blog of the Huskers
The best news about Nebraska introducing its state-of-the-art EliteForm strength and conditioning product at last week’s national strength conference in Orlando is simply this: It is not an elitist product designed…
May 06, 2012 – Huskers.com
Nebraska’s next big thing – its ultimate competitive advantage – is here now, and it’s called EliteForm, an integrated software product that’s being refined almost every day. EliteForm promises to become a household name not only in Nebraska but throughout college athletics…
January 19, 2012 – Lincoln Journal Star
Through the use of touch screens and 3D computer vision tools, EliteForm enables coaches to push prescribed workouts to athletes and for athletes to get real-time feedback on workouts…
January 19, 2012 – Silicon Prairie
Nebraska Global has launched its fifth software company, EliteForm, which is producing programs for recording, coaching and evaluating strength training. Prototypes now are being used at the University of Nebraska’s athletic department…
EliteForm Announced as Fifth Nebraska Global Investment
January 19, 2012
Nebraska Global continues to develop viable, long-term software companies in Nebraska with the announcement of its fifth investment, EliteForm.
EliteForm was founded on the belief that integrated technology provides the next competitive edge in athletic strength training, competition, and sports science. EliteForm’s goal is to provide seamlessly integrated products to assist athletes in discovering and reaching their maximum potential.
EliteForm is launching with two product offerings. StrengthPlanner is a strength training management system that enables coaches to design workouts, track an athlete’s
training development, and generate personalized strength cards – three of the most time-consuming coaching duties. StrengthPlanner‘s mission is to get coaches out from behind the computer and in front of their athletes.
EliteForm’s PowerTracker solution uses patent pending algorithms and the latest in 3D computer vision to track the movement of athletes during strength exercises without the use of wired attachments. A touchscreen interface at the lifting station gives athletes real time feedback on their workout, providing guidance that normally happens only when a coach is present.
StrengthPlanner and PowerTracker can be used together for a full end-to-end training and management solution designed to be used at all levels of organized athletics. The experience is designed to motivate athletes, increase team competitiveness, and capture objective metrics that were previously lost in order to more intelligently train athletes.
Brian Zimmer, General Manager at EliteForm, stated, “Living and growing inside Don’t Panic Labs allowed our team to develop the talent and experience necessary to identify and solve an incredibly complex technical challenge. Together we’ve produced a solution where many others have failed, and we’ve taken a substantial step towards building the next competitive edge within athletes. The resources at Nebraska Global allowed us to move faster, make fewer mistakes, and get access to people in the sports industry that would have otherwise been out of reach.”
Steve Kiene, Managing Principal at Nebraska Global, added, “EliteForm is exciting to Nebraska Global because they have managed to develop some incredibly leading-edge technology and evolve it into a large market opportunity where the technology itself is invisible to the customer. The solutions they have developed are simple, elegant, and cost-effective. We’re pleased to have invested in such a talented group of young Nebraskans, and feel very fortunate to have five of them come from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management.”
EliteForm has partnered with the University of Nebraska Athletic Department in the development of StrengthPlanner and PowerTracker. UNL is the first customer for the system and is currently using a prototype system in the Ndamukong Suh Strength Complex and the Hawks Championship Center.
“Working with EliteForm allows the Huskers to utilize leading-edge technology in strength and conditioning. We are very pleased to be involved with the innovative people at EliteForm,” commented UNL Athletic Director Tom Osborne.