Athalonz Shoes will increase your power by 9% or more. Don’t believe it? I don’t blame you. There are so many products, training programs, supplements, and potions on the market that promise the moon and deliver nothing. It’s hard not to be skeptical. Especially when it comes to a statement like, “just by wearing our shoes, you will increase your power by 9%”.
Let me ask you a few questions. Do you believe in the precision of mathematics? Do you believe in laws of physics? Do you believe that by proper use of mathematics and physics, products can be made that once seemed impossible?
If you answered yes to these questions, then you believe it’s possible to create shoes that can increase your power by 9% or more. The question is then, does the Athalonz Shoe really increase power by 9% and, if so, how do they do it?
The answer is yes, they do increase your power by 9% or more. In nontechnical terms, Athalonz shoes increase your power by shifting how your body connects with the ground. In slightly more technical terms, Athalonz shoes shift force vectors in your body to increase your ground reaction force, which the body uses to generate more power.
Ok, so that’s how the shoes increase power, but where does the 9% come from? To answer this, we need to get into the math and physics. First, the physics:
Now the math part:
Our mathematic analysis assumes that “d” and “t” of the power equation are constant whether the athlete is in a conventional pair of athletic shoes or in Athalonz Shoes, that the athlete has his or her feet about shoulder width about, and a rollout angle of about 4 degrees during the load phase of an athletic movement in a conventional pair of athletic shoes.
Based on the above laws of physics, assumptions, and mathematical equations, the following spreadsheet demonstrates an increase in power of 9% just by switching from a conventional pair of athletic shoes to Athalonz Shoes!
mass (m) 
gravity (g) 
acceleration (a) 
Resultant 
units 

body force = m*(g + a) 
200 
32.2 
32.2 
12880 
lbs*ft/s^2 
width 
slope height 
Resultant 
units 

shoe angle 
3.25 
0.25 
4.398705355 
degrees 

rollout angle 
3.5 
0.25 
4.08561678 

angle = sin^1(ba/h) 
a 
b 
h 
Resultant 
units 
conventional shoe 
5 
14 
32 
16.33482278 
degrees 
GRF = cos(Ɵ)*body force 
leg angle (Ɵ) 
cos(Ɵ) 
body force 
Resultant 
units 
Shoe with OAP 
11.93611743 
0.978378806 
12880 
12601.51902 
lbs*ft/s^2 
conventional shoe with rollout 
20.42043956 
0.937157581 
12880 
12070.58964 

athletic force = cos(Ɵ)*GRF 
leg angle (Ɵ) 
cos(Ɵ) 
GRF() 
Resultant 
units 
Shoe with OAP 
11.93611743 
0.978378806 
12601.51902 
12329.05914 
lbs*ft/s^2 
conventional shoe with rollout 
20.42043956 
0.937157581 
12070.58964 
11312.04459 

improvement in force 
8.99% 
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