Single vs. Dual Beam Athlete Timing Systems – What’s Reliable? | SportTechie.com

If you can’t measure it (accurately), you can’t improve it. That philosophy can be applied to many facets of life, but in the sports performance realm it’s imperative to true athlete development. Being able to validate the training process is what drives improvement not only within the athlete population…

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