Worried About Concussions & Head Injuries? Measure Impact With CHECKLIGHT


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There has been a lot of buzz around Reebok’s recently released and innovative CHECKLIGHT product. Thin and light, the CHECKLIGHT can comfortably be worn with or without a helmet during multiple activities. CHECKLIGHT sensors continually measure impacts the athlete experiences and provides coaches, athletic trainers, parents and athletes with a simple visual display of impact severity.

CHECKLIGHT

With the CHECKLIGHT, you can count on consistent, reliable, and actionable impact data, and sensors that are directly coupled to the head to reflect direct accelerations that the head, not a helmet or chinstrap, experiences. This product is easy to use, comfortable to wear, and logs the total number of impacts recorded. A series of blinking lights indicate moderate or severe impacts, as well as batter power status. In sports, impacts are part of the game – CHECKLIGHT alerts you to the severity of the impact. Click here to learn more about CHECKLIGHT from Reebok.

 

Would you use CHECKLIGHT for your child, or players?

 

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A little more about Natasha Hawkins...

Experience: Division 1 Fastpitch Softball player at San Jose State. Degree: B.S in Marketing and Advertising Certifications: Certified Level 1 CrossFit Trainer Interests: She loves the way the brain works and how personalities and attitude can create a warrior of an athlete that will always persevere and make success for themselves. While she is not a certified nutritionist she studies and practices the Paleo diet and Zone eating. Quirk: I am an avid archer and hunter. Yup, it's true. I have shot archery since I could walk, and hunted with my Dad since I was born. I also have a sister (Cheridan Hawkins) who is a stud pitcher for the Oregon Ducks Softball Team and is on the Junior Olympic Team. My youngest sister Charli Hawkins trains with me at CrossFit and is also a catcher on the 12U California Grapettes. Follow Natasha on Twitter: @NatashaBHawkins