Strike-f(x) is an intelligent boxing bag for immediate, accurate, and reliable monitoring of impact force. Strike-f(x) is designed to give individuals total freedom of movement – to punch, kick, knee, tackle – and, yet, have accurate and reliable feedback about the force, location, and orientation of their strikes. This information provides athletes, coaches, fitness fans, and experimentalists an objective picture about risk of injury, effort, skill, fitness, and the effects of a training intervention.
Keywords Sport technologies | Sport innovation | Fitness apps | Performance in combat sports | Impact force | Strike forces | Fitness | Boxing | Kickboxing | Martial Arts |Motivation in sport and health
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