字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント All right. Next. Accelerometers Gyroscopes. GPS sensors are being used to measure everything from how hard a hit is toe how quickly an athlete accelerates to the direction a player favors when taking off. Technology is changing the way athletes and trainers approach sports. And though many consider boxing an old school sport with old school approaches to training, a type of punch tracker, which runs a little under $200 could serve as a sort of Fitbit for boxing when it works. When you're swimmer, you're measured by a timer. When you're a gymnast, you know, with you, stick it. But boxing is different, is traditionally a low tech support. Data is virtually non existent in the sport. Do you guys talk about numbers like, Hey, I can punch this fast. I can punch with this much philosophy now way trying to compare, like how fast? But we never really had nothing to show us old I point fast. You approve so wants to make that kind of data available to boxers. They've created a system that uses sensors to record a boxer's average speed, how many punches and the type of punch they throw most. These are the sensors that are going to go on your hands, like in your wraps, and then it's gonna be transmitted to a phone. We should be able to review everything way had Richardson put it to the test. Let the games begin. Go. Wayne State University measured the punching speed of seven Olympic boxers. The average 20.4 miles per hour and time. Okay, so your average speed with 16.3 you threw about 25 punches. Knowing that you're 16.3 on this past round in your mind, you want to pick it up. Why so fast? Always been a hard worker. I was missing my that that hungry learn and get better every day. Different little adjustments are making little things to work on some when I get out Jacqueline Ago mode During our trials, however, device dean always pick up. Everyone throw two jobs and then right hand. So that's interesting. It only registered to punches, and your average speed said 9.8 miles per hour. You favor your right hand like you throwing punches on your right hand. Your right hand is faster. So what? It went up like 19. Your left is averaging more like 17 15 17. Um, and it actually is recording all of your punches right now. So is that new information, Thio? Like knowing that you use your right hand more? Will this change your strategy at all knowing this information? Because I know that.