About S2M

Over Science2Move

Research forms a firm foundation for innovation and optimisation in sport and health care. Yet, only little of the obtained information is available for coaches, athletes and supervisors. In an attempt to reduce the gap between theory and practice, Science2Move Sport Consultancy performs and bundles scientific research into advice applicable in daily situations.

Science2Move Sport Consultancy has been founded by two motivated human movement scientists, aiming to publish the latest innovations and research for everybody. With practical experience in both, elite, as well as recreational sports, Science2Move Sport Consultancy knows that innovation and knowledge are essential in the optimization of performances!

In the past few years Science2Move worked on several projects, during which our network in sports has extended rapdily.

Together with De Vitaliteitspraktijk, Science2Move will start cycling performance measurements to create individualized and customized training schedules.

“Uniek Zwemmen in Brabant” is a project that is promoting swimming activities and sports for people with disabilities. Also it is aimed to improve the accessibility of the swimming pools and clubs in Brabant. The project is a collaboration between InnoSportLab de Tongelreep, the Ir. Otten Fieldlab Aangepast Sporten (Libra Revalidatie & Audiologie), the Dutch Royal Swimming Federation and the Provence of Noord-Brabant. Click here for more information about the project.

Within the project Vitality Living Lab (a project of the cluster Sports & Technology), six fieldlabs from the south of the Netherlands are participating. These six fieldlabs are looking for ways to collaborate even more. Science2Move is coordinating this process. Click here for more information about the project.

For Usono, Science2Move explored ways to implement the ProbeFix Dynamic in sport activities. The ProbeFix is an innovative product that will fix an ultrasound-probe. This way, real-life images of the heart and other muscles can be investigated ‘hands-free’. Click here for more information about the project.

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