GMs, coaches, fans — in basketball, everyone strives to find the next superstar. The need is even greater when you had a less-than-impressive season. Fortunately, basketball is a forgiving sport and even the poorest performing teams in the NBA are presented with a chance to turn things around next season. If, that is, they choose wisely in the NBA draft. But how do you make sure your draft pick stays healthy enough to do the job he was chosen to do — to bring your team to the heights of success?
June 15, 2017
PhysiMax, a ground-breaking sports technology company, and the University of Maryland Athletics department, announced that PhysiMax's movement assessment technology will be widely introduced across the University's athletic department.
May 17, 2017
The armed forces of the United States is still the world’s best qualitatively, if not quantitatively. But there is a danger on the horizon; the US Armed Combat Forces suffer from deteriorating levels of physical fitness in new recruits.
May 25, 2017
CEO of PhysiMax, Ram Shalev weighs in on how partnership between the NFL and WHOOP will benefit athlete's athletic performance.
April 25, 2017
PhysiMax featured on SportTechie's Startup Series, which has introduced over 200 startup companies in the sports technology space to a broader audience by allowing Founders of promising new ventures to tell their story and pitch their idea.
March 30, 2017
PhysiMax, a groundbreaking sports technology company, was named one of the Most Innovative Top Sports Startups by HYPE Foundation, a global platform for connecting and investing in sports innovation.
February 23, 2017
The Indiana Pacers have recruited an Israeli tech firm to help the team cut down on player injuries.
PhysiMax Technologies offers a system that gives team trainers, doctors and coaches data and analysis on how likely certain actions or movements are to cause an injury.
December 14, 2016
The Indiana Pacers announces a partnership with PhysiMax Technologies allowing the use of the PhysiMax visual analysis system, which is designed to assess injury risk among players and help build tailor-made training programs.
December 15, 2016
The Indiana Pacers announced a partnership on Tuesday with PhysiMax Technologies, which has visual and machine learning technology to give sports staffers analytics to monitor the health of athletes. This partnership will allow the Pacers to use PhysiMax’s real-time technology to easily assess player injury risk and then build a tailor-made training program to strengthen weaker musculoskeletal areas.
December 13, 2016
Kinduct, a leading human performance software provider, and PhysiMax, a pioneer in real-time Athletic Movement Assessment are announcing a strategic partnership.
March 11, 2016
Maccabi wins with PhysiMax
Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball Club (2013-2014 Euro League champions) assesses its players using the PhysiMax Athletic Movement Assessment video analysis service.