Be with the best, or stay with the rest?

SmartCoach™ devices and Exentrix are used by strength and conditioning coaches of top level athletes and teams.
We listed a few below; make a step ahead and join them!

Blanca Manchón

Competing in the Athens Olympic Games in 2004 at the age of 17, Blanca Manchon, windsurfer of Seville Yacht Club and image of Nike, Andalusia, Seville, accounts in her resume with five absolute World titles (World Championships 2005 and 2010 and World Cups 08/09, 09/10 and 10/11), as well as an intercontinental sub-championship with a bronze medal, in addition to a gold, two silver and two bronze medals at European Championships.

In 2010 she has been awarded the ISAF Rolex Award for the Year’s Best World Sailor.
Blanca uses SmartCoach to assess her performance when training for her big goal: an Olympic medal.

Photos: Jesus Renedo/Sofia, S.A.R. Princesa Sofia Trophy 2014

Josefa Idem

Josefa is, simply said, a living legend.

She won 38 medals among Olympics Games, World and European Championships. In the last over 25 years she always entered the finals of World Championships and Olympic Games, winning a gold in Sydney in 2000 and a silver in Beijing 2008 for just four thousandths of seconds.
In London 2012 she became the first and only woman to attend eight Olympic games, and the all-times most winning woman in individual Italian sport.

Her coach Guglielmo Guerrini has always been using SmartCoach™ - and lately, a customized Exentrix device - for her daily training.

Giuliano "Razzo" Razzoli

Giuliano is Italy's most talented World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist.His nickname means "rocket" in Italian.

He won the Slalom at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and attained seven World Cup podiums in slalom. At the age of 25 he became the first Italian man to win the Olympic Slalom title since Alberto Tomba.

Besides the Olympic gold medal, his palmares includes two gold and two silver medals in Italian championships.
Giuliano uses SmartCoach™ to monitor his daily training, and Exentrix to train explosive eccentric force.

Sport clubs

  • Real Madrid FC, Spain
  • San Antonio Spurs, TX, USA
  • Miami Dolphins, FL, USA
  • Royal Spanish National Football Federation (RFEF), Spain
  • Olympique Lyonnais FC, France
  • UD Las Palmas, Gran Canarias, Spain
  • Malaga FC, Spain
  • Galatasaray FC, Turkey
  • Atlético de Madrid FC, Spain
  • FC Internazionale Milano ("Inter"), Italy
  • Juventus FC, Italy
  • Southampton FC, England
  • Manchester City, England
  • Barcelona FC, Spain
  • Djurgården IF, Sweden
  • CSKA Moscow FC, Russia
  • Dinamo Moscow FC, Russia
  • Sunderland FC, England
  • CF Real Madrid, Spain
  • RC Celta de Vigo, Spain
  • Granada FC, Spain
  • Valencia CF, Spain
  • AC Porto, Portugal
  • AC Ajaccio, France
  • Cordoba Club de Futbol, Spain
  • FC Petrolul, Romania
  • ACF Fiorentina, Italy
  • Brighton & Hove Albion FC, England
  • Sevilla Futbol Club, Spain
  • RCD Espanyol de Barcelona, Spain
  • Udinese Calcio, Italy
  • SS Lazio, Italy
  • AC Parma, Italy
  • Palermo Calcio, Italy
  • UC Le Mans, France
  • FC Real Zaragoza, Spain
  • Union Deportiva Las Palmas, Spain
  • Sassuolo Calcio, Italy
  • Empoli FC, Italy
  • AC Cremonese, Italy

Elite athletes

  • Carla Súarez Navarro (tennis, Spain)
  • Jan Farrell (high speed skiing, Spain)
  • Alexander Rossi (GP2/F1, USA)
  • Adrian Gavìra and Pablo Herrera (beach volley, Spain; European champions in Klagenfurt, 2013)
  • Josefa Idem (kayak, Italy; Olympic gold medal in Sydney, 2000)
  • Giuliano Razzoli (alpine ski, Italy; Olympic gold medal in Vancouver, 2010)

Sports and academic institutions, functional training centers

  • Swedish Olympic Committee (SOK)
  • Italian Winter Sports Federation (FISI), Italy
  • Aspire Sports Academy, Qatar
  • Oman Sail, Sultanate of Oman
  • Centro de Alto Rendimiento (CAR), Sierra Nevada, Spain
  • National Sports Council (Consejo Superior de Deportes), Spain
  • Spanish Paralympics Committee (Comité Paralímpico Español), Spain
  • Royal Tennis Federation (Real Federacion Española Tenis), Spain
  • Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Winter Sport Center, Mid-Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
  • Bosön national training center, Riksidrottsförbundet (RF), Sweden
  • The UK Football Association, UK
  • University of Verona, Italy
  • University of Leòn, Spain
  • University of Avilès, Spain
  • University Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain
  • Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
  • Faculty of Motor Sciences (GIH), Stockholm, Sweden
  • VF Sport, Sevilla, Spain
  • NuON Sport, Sevilla, Spain
  • Swimming Club (Club Natació) Reus Ploms, Spain
  • Byomedic Training Center, Barcelona, Spain
  • Centro Recuperación Deportiva (CeReDe), Spain
  • Global Performance, Spain
  • Professional Elite Sports, Spain
  • Powesports, Spain
  • Novaelite Training Center, Spain
  • Mapei Center, Italy
  • BijCas, Rosmalen, The Netherlands
  • Knooppunt, Venray, The Netherlands
  • SportPlus, Sevilla, Spain

...and many, many more!