Wrist Sensors Help Kickboxers Perfect Their Technique

Wrist Sensors Help Kickboxers Perfect Their Technique

Fitness trackers are seeing more applications, now even for MMA training

Jeb Brack
  • 6 may 2016

Fitness trackers are everywhere these days, measuring the number of steps you take, heart rate, distance traveled and activity. For general fitness, that can be terrific. Suppose, however, you want to hit something—more to the point, you want to know HOW you hit something. How hard, how fast, how many times. That’s where Hykso Punch Trackers come in. Boxers and mixed martial artists are using them to fine-tune their technique.

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