Originally developed for performance, The Quick Board first appeared on the market in 2009 after the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research published a study that concluded that the Quick Board significantly increased agility. It was adopted by the NBA, NFL, and MLB and quickly became a leader in sports agility training technologies. At the same time, the Quick Board was gaining traction in rehabilitation due to new research emphasizing the need for visual-motor training to address the neurological impacts of injuries. Today, the Quick Board is used by athletes and patients worldwide to assess, train and restore injuries.

Quantify agility and symmetry to manage training and rehab. Motivate, set goals and restore confidence. Increase effectiveness with real-time movement feedback.
1 Quantify agility and symmetry to manage training and rehab.
2 Motivate, set goals and restore confidence
3 Increase effectiveness with real-time movement feedback

Sports Are Demanding Higher Performance

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Leonard Fournette can execute a cut.

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Stephen Curry stops and shoots while dribbling at a pace of 10 mph.

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The time it takes a baseball to reach the third baseman once it leaves the pitcher’s hand.

Client Testimonials

The Quick Board is a game-changer for us. By tracking baseline data, we know if an athlete is trending in the right direction AND if they need more attention in certain areas. We use this for concussion, knee, ankle, hip, core, and shoulder rehab.
One of the best pieces of technology to assist in quantifying return to play readiness.
I have been using the Quick Board for a couple of years now and have not only seen great results, but I have seen patient/athlete cooperation and compliance increase dramatically.
Our clinic applies Quick Board for stability and return to function, including returning to weight-bearing symmetry. The Quick Board allows patients to perform and re-educate the nervous system while providing feedback with scores and errors.
Overall, the Quick Board makes training athletes and rehabbing patients exciting, competitive, and fun.
As a pioneer in the exciting new field of visual-cognitive-motor testing and training, I am keenly aware of the role that eye to foot agility, quickness and accuracy plays in athletic success.
In my opinion, there is no finer technology than The Quick Board for enhancing or rehabilitating visual-cognitive-motor proficiency.
Quick Board has played a critical role in developing my pro tennis clients for the last 9 years. It allows me to identify my athletes’ weaknesses and address them.
Quick Board has exceeded my expectations by increasing my athletes’ performance on the court and reducing their injuries.
Quick Board is the Trusted Sports Agility Leader

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Case Studies


Footwear Agility

by The University of Memphis

Computerized Agility Training Improves Change-of-Direction and Balance Performance Independently of Footwear in Young Adults. Regardless of footwear, Quick Board significantly improved agility and balance.

Quick Board Agility

by The University of Memphis

A 4-week choice foot speed and choice reaction training program improves agility in previously non-agility trained, but active men and women. Computerized agility training products are frequently suggested to improve agility.

Older Adult Balance

by The University of Memphis

The results from this study suggest that Quick Board improved reaction and foot speed. Balance confidence was greater in Quick Board compared to cycling group at 8-week and 4-week follow-up.