Predictable and Preventable

What Keeps You Up At Night?

1.3 million young people are injured playing sports every year! Many of these injuries are predictable and preventable!

You're here because you are looking for answers — answers to questions that keep you up at night. Questions like:
— "Will my child be injured while playing sports?"
— "Is my child at risk of becoming sidelined and hurting his or her chance of playing for a college sports team?"
— Or even, "Is my child performing at a strong enough level to get a chance to play for a college team?"
Well, you're in the right place to find those answers. Here is the first step to finding out whether your student athlete is prone to sustaining a career-ending injury.

Start With the IMPACKD Functional Assessment

You never know when a young athlete will face a collision or an accident playing sports, but you can reduce the chances that your student athlete suffers a self-imposed, preventable injury that could end his or her sports career.

Parents, you have one chance to get it right when it comes to your child's health.

If you think your child has a chance of playing on a college sports team or the possibility of going even beyond that — to a professional sports career — then you cannot leave your child's health to chance.

Fortunately, preventable sports injuries are just that — PREVENTABLE. And it starts with knowing how.

Have you ever had anyone test to see if your student athlete is at risk? Well, here's your chance! Just three tests can reveal to you the most obvious risks of injury.

Maximize Your IMPACKD


The leap from high school athlete to collegiate athlete is ultra-competitive. Youth sports is a massive industry, but only a fraction of high school athletes end up playing on team sports at the collegiate level and an even smaller number go on to play professional sports.
Nonetheless, students who participate in elite sports lead better, more successful, and healthier lives. Period.
We take youth athletics very seriously, and are leading the way to make sure young elite athletes get the very best care and training. Proper training and health care gives athletes an edge, whether by maintaining an active lifestyle or by developing the discipline for a successful career and family life or by preventing injuries and illness that beset many Americans as they age.
It's bad enough some parents try to fake their children's athletic records to score a spot in college. You may not be able to stop it, but don't let your youth athlete get sidelined by a problem you could have prevented. Try the two tests. They reveal any potential functional deficits, in other words, whether a core weakness, a strength deficit, overactivity, immobility, restricted joints, or another cause could create a problem that prevents your child from competing — and being seen by scouts and recruiters.
Take the time to educate yourself. See what these two quick functional movement tests reveal.

Your Key Takeaway

Three tests. Five minutes to complete. Eye-opening results. 

There is a simple and reliable way to determine whether your student athlete is likely to suffer a career-ending injury. And with the information IMPACKD supplies, your student athlete may be able to prevent these injuries from ever happening. The best part of discovering your athlete's weaknesses is knowing how to correct them and reduce the risk of injury. This is your chance to maximize your athlete's potential while minimizing the likelihood that he or she will have to miss time due to something that could have been prevented.

What ARE Preventable Injuries?









Register So We Can Send You The Results!

It will only take you a couple minutes to take the parent-directed tests, and the invaluable information you learn can show you whether your student athlete faces a risk of injury.

Register to Try the Five-Minute Functional Evaluation

It will only take you a couple minutes to take the tests and the information you learn will be helpful in determining where your student athlete stands in the face of injury.
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