Did you know? 95% of all recreational athletes simply just run past their fitness goal – including the members of your gym. They train with rules of thumb, inaccurate measurement methods and usually in excessively high pulse areas. You know the consequences as well as we do.
Did you know?
95% of all recreational athletes exercise wrong!
The interplay of the correct parameters matters not only when it comes to exercising, but also in the development of innovative products for exercising support.Two strong success factors von DYNOSTICS are the technology company Knestel with its long-standing experience in gas analysis as well as the cooperation with the sports scientist Manfred Günther, who runs 5 performance diagnostics centers in Germany and brings recreationaland elite athletes a huge step closer to their training goals there on a daily basis.This collaboration is a tremendous asset to us. And if you want, now also for you and your members. Here’s to your health!
Technology made in Germany!
For more than 30 years Knestel Group is developing and producing special electronic and mechatronic solutions. The company, based in the Allgäu is a specialist and competent development partner of DYNOSTICS. The DYNOSTICS system is developed and produced exclusively in Germany.
University of Leipzig
DYNOSTICS was developed in cooperation with the University of Leipzig (Institute for Sports Medicine and Prevention). The institute has a focus on teaching, research and patient care in the field of spiroergometry. The existing cooperation includes in particular the exchange of scientific and technological competences. The platforms DYNOSTICS nutrition & performance have been developed and adapted with the content of the institute. This development is constantly supported by critical feedback and the measurement results are subjected to a content and use-related examination. In close cooperation, the measurement system and the evaluation logic are subjected to validity and reliability checks. In the future, the aim of the cooperation will be to develop the measurement systems effectively, user-friendly and meaningful in their existing validity.
In addition, the development will be accompanied by a team of certified sports scientists who have analysed the performance and metabolism of far more than 20,000 people in several diagnostic centres in southern Germany and are specialists in their field.