ZeSa has created, developed and patented a complete and progressive Dynamic Instability Balance Training System for Health and Human Performance.
PROBLEM: Poor balance leads to falls, the number one cause of injuries and injury related deaths in those over the age of 65, resulting in over $50B in medical costs annually. Recent research shows balance is a stronger indicator of overall health and life expectancy across ALL ages than aerobic fitness, flexibility and muscle strength. Dynamic balance training has been proven to improve athletic performance and brain cognition, in addition to preventing and accelerating recovery from musculoskeletal injuries. There currently doesn’t exist in the fitness and rehab markets a progressive system that challenges and improves balance for all ages and abilities, from young athletes to aging adults.
SOLUTION: Recent research shows the benefits of dynamic balance training for improvements in balance and motor control issues due to aging, dementia, brain injuries, strokes, Autism, hearing and vision loss, and neuromuscular and neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Myasthenia Gravis, etc).
Covered by two U.S. Patents, ZeSa’s Dynamic System challenges and improves balance, creates maximum muscle recruitment for injury prevention and recovery, and provides neuromuscular challenge and brain cognitive benefits. ZeSa’s System, with patented features of progressive levels, together with 360 degree rotation plus instability, also includes digital platforms that provide ease of use for trainers and for in-home fitness consumers in addition to balance analytics for medical professionals.
ZeSa’s products are currently in use by 25 Pro Sports Teams (NFL, NBA, WNBA & MLB), in addition to independent Pro Trainers, Pro Athletes, Sports Medicine Professionals, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, health clubs, individuals for in-home fitness, and many others. ZeSa’s System is cost efficient, user-friendly, and has levels for everyone from young athletes to aging adults, for rehabbing from an injury or surgery to improving performance for pro and extreme athletes.