StrikeTec is a wearable sensor developed for MMA and boxing that measures and transmits real-time data on punch speed, technique and force to users' smartphones to deliver key insights that enable them to adjust and improve their performance.
StrikeTec is a unique wearable sensor that helps MMA fighters and boxers track, analyze and improve their performance using real-time data on training patterns and the force, speed, type and number of their punches. The sensor sends the data directly to users’ smartphones, tablet or PC to give them an edge over the competition. It is used by world-class UFC athletes and fans around the world and also makes an indispensable tool for coaches and fight promoters. It was the first product of its kind to be used in professional fights.
The StrikeTec sensor and companion app offer fun, motivational striking exercises that are safe and easy even for amateurs. The technology can be used in e-sports and similar competitions or simply as a tool to drive users to compete with their friends while simultaneously building their core muscles and adding a fun, intense cardio routine to their workouts.
Professional fighters can use the sensor to train smarter, streamline their technique, increase power and speed, and share their training data with coaches and other users. The sensor helps them identify areas for improvement and track their progress over time. In addition to tracking performance stats, StrikeTec uses proprietary algorithms to calculate endurance, which helps fighters manage their fatigue better and prevent over-training.
All StrikeTec users have access to the growing StrikeTec community of coaches, professional fighters and fans, and can get training tips from professional athletes to improve their technique, stamina and performance.
StrikeTec sensors are impact and sweat resistant, have a long battery life and can be used with or without gloves. They have been tested with more than 10,000 users at various MMA and boxing events. Watch the video below to hear more about the benefits of using them in training.