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TRAZER’s New Partnerships: Aegis, Fyzical & Andrews Institute

TRAZER is excited to announce three new partnerships with Aegis Therapies, Andrews Institute Children’s Health, and Fyzical Therapy and Balance Center.   Aegis is considered one of the leading providers of contract rehabilitative therapy in the U.S. with over 1,400 facilities across 41 states. They provide patient-centered recovery through rehab,...
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Measure What Matters With TRAZER

If you can’t measure it, how do you improve it?  The world struggles with objectively quantifying movement and performance. In athletics, we keep statistics on more information than it is seemingly possible. We run BEEP tests to measure endurance tests, 40-yard dash to measure speed, Pre-planned cone drills to measure...
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The TRAZER Bowl

No matter who wins the TRAZER Bowl (other-wise known as the College Football National Championship between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs, the winners are the fans and game that get entertained by the amazing athletic abilities of these collegians. We at TRAZER are very fortunate to work...
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5 Ways to Keep Your Athlete Safe

Concussions affect many student athletes each season around the globe. From collisions on the court to tripping over feet in soccer to tumbling in gymnastics, athletes are being harmed and hurt more than wanted. When student athletes receive an injury, their schoolwork as well as their team. Preventing injuries is...
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TRAZER at the Invictus Games

“The Invictus Games is about much more than just a sport – it captures hearts, challenges minds and changes lives.” The Invictus Games are just wrapping up in Toronto, Canada! What an amazing opportunity for TRAZER to shine next to some of the strongest athletes. TRAZER was on full display...
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Fitness for Health is Powered By TRAZER

Recently, an article published in the Bethesda Magazine highlighted TRAZER in action. Marc Sickel, founder and owner of Fitness for Health, uses TRAZER when working with adults and children, especially those with special needs. In this particular story, Sickel is working with a young boy with fragile X syndrome. The young boy...
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