May 9, 2022
Kirkland, WA: One Item Inc., which has seen success in the healthcare industry in quantifiably raising education and awareness, is announcing their expansion in the field of fitness.
The company’s wellness platform, including its Health Science Index (HSI) app technology, will feature methodologies and solutions from Ironglenn (strength and conditioning advisor/trainer Glenn Freeman), who has a decorated track record of training pro-baseball and pro-football all-stars.
The same One Item Inc. algorithm that has demonstrated success in healthcare, education, and awareness, is now being applied as the Sports Science Index (SSI).
While the long-term intention is to tailor SSI for other sports, this initial offering focused on baseball will be used to help elite baseball players in a for-fee-model, as well as youth in the Dominican Republic in a pro bono model.
“We have witnessed success in the healthcare arena with great results and it is so rewarding to be able to extend our platform into the realm of fitness and sports, both at professional athlete and youth level,” said Erik Knutson, CEO of One Item Inc. “Leveraging our algorithm for the Sports Science Index adds a level of automation that will deliver scalability that just wasn’t possible before now.”
One Item Inc. is not just another goal tracking app. One Item Inc. offers an array of solutions to help people receive daily coaching on how to achieve the one goal they have chosen as most important to them, and that coaching is personalized for the user based on input they have given about their specific situation. What’s unique about all of this, is something that is currently patent pending is essentially made up of these five components:
So, this is much more than just sorting a few things based on some user inputs, it’s taking an expert-derived list of Focus Factors, then having them scored for current performance and importance, assessing just how much they can improve, and then defining how much improvement is possible, followed by the final step of generating optimization scores.
With that solid foundation as a starting point, every day the application looks at the information it has and derives a list of the three most important things that person needs to work on, that day, to move forward with their specific goal. And the user does not need to do much more data entry – all they need to do is indicate when their performance on one of their Focus Factors has changed, so the system can recalculate Optimization Scores for the next day.
“We are so happy to be able to leverage the proven success of the Sports Science Index and bring it to so many more professional athletes as well as the players in the Dominican Republic,” said Freeman, professional baseball coach. Freeman continued, “Add this patent-pending algorithm of One Item Inc. and apply it to the Sports Science Index and we have a powerhouse partnership.”
The offering will be launched by the Sports Science Index immediately and the rollout in the Dominican Republic will be announced by June 2022.
About One Item
Based in Kirkland, WA, One Item, Inc., the software company that is transforming change management, has recently launched a new mobile app called the Health Science Index, which has been active in medical trials for over one year. It is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play store.
HSI joins the existing consumer app called “Better Now”. Better Now helps individuals discover what’s most important, and then work on improving the way they experience life.
The apps are based around the “Science of Human Optimization” and are available for the iPhone and Android smartphones. There are two more versions in the works, an extended tablet version for the Health Science Index, and the corporate management software known as CHI.
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