Comparing Push and GymAware Velocity Measurement Devices

Earlier this week I took a look at velocity-based training. But in order to even think about incorporating velocity measurements into training, you have to have something that will measure them for you. There are lots of options in the market now. If you have no budget, there are a variety of apps that give cruder measurements. The Tendo Unit has been around for two decades, but the device has evolved little in that time. And more recently several products have been emerging that attempt to not only measure more accurately, but produce an output that can be more easily used by coaches. Over the last three months I have taken an in-depth look at two such products: Push and GymAware. Both performed great, and below is a review and comparison of them both.


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  1. […] by other coaches, and also an important discussion of data collection. Also in April I wrote a review of both the PUSH and GymAware devices. Please note the review was done before PUSH sponsored the […]

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