FRISCO — Dak Prescott tells CowboysSI.com that his dedication and investment in a new AI-driven exercise machine was crucial to his success. rehab from a devastating ankle injury … and could also be instrumental in making certain his footwork and body are in synch as he works to lead his Dallas Cowboys into the NFL Playoffs.
“It’s special,” Dak told us of the equipment. “Artificial intelligence helps to track your data. All of the statistics are right there to view your growth. Someone like me, who is recovering from an ankle injury, wants to continue to move forward. the ‘OxeFit XP1’ machineYou can have something that measures your gravitational force. It’s enormous in explosiveness and everything coming back.
Prescott’s comeback was largely about hard work, which Prescott did with ferociousness. Prescott also claims that he benefited from the use “OxeFit XP1,” which he became involved with as an investor in 2020 (as did Cowboys names Jason Witten, Dez Bryant and Blake Jarwin.) He is now helping to launch a consumer version of the machine called the “XS1.”
“We have one here (at The Star),” Prescott said. “I’ll be getting my home version of the just launched product.
As noted by a colleague Jackson Thompson at Business InsiderPrescott believes in the many benefits of the “OxeFit XP1” are many, saying the machine’s AI technology even analyzed his weight-lifting squatting form and revealed that he was putting too much weight on his injured leg, then instructed him on how to fix the issue.
Along the same lines, we also asked Prescott about the possibility that some of his recent struggles – Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has acknowledged that his $40 million APY quarterback is in a “His “slump” could be due to how his body and gait has changed following his ankle surgery and this year’s calf injury. However, that doesn’t mean he’s still hurt. He happily shared his joy with our media group session on Wednesday. “I’m fully healthy. 100-percent healthy. Thank you, though. Thank you.”
It is meant to show that even the most simple of issues can lead to another. … and therefore requires adjustments in things such as footwork.
This concept is presented to Prescott using the term “kinesiology” as part of our thesis.
“I’m a football player,” he laughed. “(In college) I switched to psychology to get out of kinesiology, if you want me to be honest with you. … It wasn’t for me.
“(But) I know it all needs to work together and it’s a chain. It starts at the feet, and it ends at the ground force at this position (or quarterback).
Prescott is the leader and center of the 9-4 Cowboys, who has been an MVP-level player for most of this season. Prescott is confident that he has the right teammates and the right equipment to return to that level.
“I’m such a practice player and repetition guy,” he said to the media group here at The Star. “I’ve stuck to the basics whether it’s footwork, preparation, watching the film and communication with my teammates. … I wouldn’t be here if people hadn’t doubted me. I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t have the supreme confidence in myself. … For me it’s just about sticking to the basics, trusting the men around me, and my preparation. … staying focused on what’s really important and where we’re trying to go.”
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