• Bart DingenenSports Physiotherapist at Motion to balance
    “I use Runeasi on almost every lower limb patient I treat – since running is a basic pattern of most sports and activities. I use Runeasi to detect in real-time. I can measure what I can’t see with the naked eye. That’s a real added value.”
  • Stijn VangheluwePhysiotherapist Vangheluwe-muylle
    “RunEASI provides you and your athlete useful information, which is evidence-based and relevant to running related injuries, running economy, and running re-training. We highly recommend to use it in addition to video-analysis.”
  • Arne JaspersSport Science consultant
    “RunEASI is a perfect example of how a combination of research, technology and A.I. can be translated into evidence-based practice with a positive impact for all athletes.”
  • Frédérique NeysOrthopedic Rehabilitation Physio
    “Runeasi provides physiotherapists with an ideal benchmark to analyze and objectify the evolution of the gait pattern during rehab together with their patients”
  • Koen JoosenFounder of Sportpraktijk
    “RunEASI offers a wealth of information about the profile of each runner in an innovative yet simple way! It is a real added value for physiotherapists, coaches and athletes”
  • Samuel VanhumbeeckHead Physiotherapist
    at OHLeuven
    “Runeasi is a strong tool which gives us an objective view of some biomechanical parameters during different rehab phases. This allows us to individualize our rehab protocols”
  • Tim MoriauFounder of
    RunnersLab Athletics Team
    “Runeasi gives us a better insight into possible pitfalls or weak links. These details can help to gain several seconds at the finish line”
  • Stijn Loos Physiotherapist
    at Sportkinetics
    “RunEASI makes a biomechanical analysis of running accessible for everyone with fast, clear and accurate data”

A breakthrough in biomechanics technology.


Objective analysis to support real-world clinical decisions.

Two athletes run side by side—same distance—same pace. Yet, the impact loads experienced on the body of the one runner can be significantly higher than the other. And, these loads can be distributed between left and right legs differently based on individual fatigue compensations. These impact compensations are repetitive and ruthless on the muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments. Unlike standard metrics like heart rate, distance, speed and time, our biomechanics technology can capture these compensations to help avoid overuse injuries.




    The sum of all impacts the body is subjected to per day. Typical use: precisely monitor the total amount of impact imposed from striking the ground during a run which can help you safely and gradually build up a client’s training regime e.g., set goal of 10% weekly progression.

  • PEAK RATE OF IMPACT (Gs/second)

    How quickly impacts reach your sacrum. Typical use: to indicate when the legs’ ability to absorb impacts begins to deteriorate. Related to lower limb overuse injuries.


    Keep track of running cadence, ground contact time, running speed, and distance covered. Typical use: to determine the optimal running cadence and optimal running speeds to minimize impact or asymmetries; identify decreases in performance with longer contact times related to fatigue.


    Left-right difference in impact. Typical use: detect deviations from a runner’s typical profile for distributing impact between the left and right leg, which can indicate your body is compensating for fatigue, pain or injury.


    Side-to-side sacral movements during landing on a scale from 0.0 to 2.0. Typical use: to identify when fatigue is yielding inefficiencies in your running technique.

The enhanced future of decision-making in sports rehab and prevention.