身体能力のアセスメントで現状を正確に把握。怪我の予防と健康的な身体の維持・向上のための最適なケアとトレーニング方法を提供します。

The following is a brief summary of why physical capacity assessment is important for injury prevention:

  1. Identify basic function: Assessing physical capabilities allows us to determine the movement of individual joints, muscle strength, and flexibility. This allows identification of functional limitations and weaknesses in the body.
  2. Risk identification: Assessment can reveal areas and movements that are at high risk for injury. For example, poor flexibility or uneven muscle strength may increase the risk of certain injuries.
  3. Formulation of individualized measures: Based on the assessment results, individualized prevention measures and training programs can be formulated. This allows for effective prevention and reinforcement.
  4. Detecting ongoing problems: Assessments can also be used as a means of early detection of minor ongoing problems or injuries. Early detection allows problems to be addressed before they worsen.
  5. Improved Performance: Assessment of physical performance provides information not only for injury prevention, but also for improving the efficiency of sports and daily activities. This helps to optimize overall physical performance.
  6. Facilitate Prevention Education: Assessments increase an individual’s self-awareness and understanding of his or her own body. This facilitates education on how to better care for one’s own body and its importance.

Overall, a physical capacity assessment is a very important tool to understand the current state of the body and to provide appropriate care and training. This will help you receive the support you need not only to prevent injury, but also to maintain and improve a healthy and balanced body.

What is even more important is how to interpret the results and give advice to the individual player based on the assessment. For example, let’s say you go to a hospital and have an MRI to assess the inside of the body. Of course, it is important to take the MRI, but what is even more important is how to treat the player based on the data.
With PRIISM Golf, for example, you may have been assessed to see if you can squat. This is not just a question of whether or not you can squat, but a single movement that provides information on the athletic ability of each individual. The best part of PRIISM Golf is how we use this information to give advice on swinging, training, and injury prevention.

At PRIISM Golf, based on the assessment of the body, how do we interpret the data? The most important thing is to share this information with golf pros and trainers to improve the player’s game.