One of the most important features of the Speedgun product family is that it has been designed from the ground up for sporting use.
Speedgun comes from an Australian based company whose product range is ideally suited to any sporting application, where measuring the speed of a ball is of importance or interest in the context of the game, or to the commentary.
This certainly includes the applications that are directed to coaching and training at the professional, educational and amateur level. Speedgun equipment is also in widespread use at social events, fund raisers and conferences where it can offer some uniquely competitive entertainment.
One of the most important features of the Speedgun product family is that it has been designed – from the ground up – specifically for sporting use. It is not a hybrid adaptation or cut down version of something originally designed for a totally different application.
Tennis’ ultimate coaching and training tool. That’s also great fun for 'bragging rights’ at the social tennis match, conference or fund raiser.
Speedgun was originally designed to monitor the ever rising speed of service amongst the professional Tennis ranks, as the game evolved into the baseline battle that transformed the nature of the sport. Over time its use has become more widespread and its applications more diverse to cater for the skills range of all players who are interested in both tennis ball speed and racket head speed.
No matter whether you are coaching at the professional, school or recreational levels of the game, Speedgun Big Serve provides a potent training tool that can substantially assist in developing your player’s performance.
Ability to serve at high speed does not automatically mean serve accurately. Speedgun Bigserve makes it possible to correlate speed and accuracy by giving an immediate benchmark reference. Fast double fault becomes controlled accuracy as a player can monitor speed to be able to reproduce their best serve on demand.
Speedgun Bigserve also helps develop speed, and achieve better service consistency and lis an invaluable tool in developing the ability to vary service speed.
With Speedgun Big Serve on hand at your club, you’ll have a highly practical and useful tool that can readily be used to complement member training.
Individuals can easily monitor their own service speed or Speedgun may be used as as part of more formal coaching sessions. All the while helping players to better balance speed and accuracy.
What’s more, the same equipment can then be easily set up as a freestanding courtside display for tournaments. Thus giving spectators and players the sort of service speed data now standard at tournaments on the ATP Tour and all the Grand Slams.
If you have a tennis court at home why not think about your own Speedgun Big Serve equipment.
It’s great when you are practicing as you’ll be able to check your speed and see how this affects the other aspects of your game. You will be able to far better strike the balance between sheer power and all important accuracy. And by regularly monitoring this aspect of your game, your overall service game will be improved.
Which is not to forget your next tennis party. Because with Speedgun there, the big hitters will be well and truly competing for the day’s ‘bragging rights’ and the kids love it to.
It is true to say that the Speedgun product range is ideally suited to any sporting application where measuring the speed of a ball is of importance or interest in the play or the commentary.
This certainly includes the more serious applications that are directed to such things as coaching and training at the professional, educational and amateur level.
However, there is also considerable potential to use Speedguns to provide added spectator information and as a purely entertainment or amusement device.
The ideal training aid that can help baseball coaches develop effective pitching speed and ensure that their charges are balancing velocity with accuracy.
Perfect for use in the cricket training nets, Speedgun can significantly help bowlers develop and fine tune their speed while not compromising accuracy or the other subtleties in their deliveries.
With Speedgun located behind the goals, it's now possible to accurately measure the speed of scoring shots. Players can then be helped to combine raw kicking power with better accuracy.
Whenever you are trying to improve your game – or that of your students – it's often important to know what golf club head speed is produced when teeing off. Sheer velocity and power alone can be great. But often there is a price to pay when sheer velocity alone is what's dominating the golfers mind. And so, with Big Swing, the player can be shown how an attempt for added distance has compromised other aspects of their stance and swing. Allowing them to better work towards an optimum balance and towards better overall consistency.
There are other applications where Speedgun equipment can make a valuable contribution to an event that has little to do with coaching or training.
If your sports club or school is holding a fund raising day, for example, why not set up a Speedgun so people can see just how fast they can serve, pitch, bowl a cricket ball or kick.
Or if you’re looking for diversions to add to your convention program, what about using Speedgun to give everyone a completely novel and different break while they serve,, pitch, kick or bowl , to test their prowess in friendly competition or team building activities.
Speedgun can also be used to attract people to your exhibit at a trade show.
Speedgun will attract delegates to test their performance in the sport you have chosen for their entertainment
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