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How Much Do KINEXON PERFORM GPS PRO Wearable Sensors Weigh?

One of the most important criteria for wearable sensors is that they should be lightweight and comfortable, while still providing the sports data analytics that coaches and trainers need. KINEXON PERFORM GPS Pro wearables fit the bill, but how light are they, really? Let’s find out. 

Wearable GPS tracking devices for sports are popular for collecting information on players.

Wearable sensors that are lightweight and comfortable can reduce the burden and distraction on the athlete, allowing them to focus on their activity and enjoy it more. Heavy or bulky wearables can interfere with the athlete’s movement, posture, and balance, which can affect their performance and increase the risk of injury. 

Wearables also need to provide the sports data analytics that coaches and trainers need to help their athletes optimize their training and performance. Therefore, wearables that barely there,” but still provide the most metrics enable bot men and women athletes to train smarter and perform better.

How Much Does a KINEXON PERFORM GPS Pro Wearable Sensor Weigh?

What may surprise you the most is that the wearable sensor itself only weighs 51 grams, which is equivalent to two double‑A batteries (among other things). And it fits easily into the waistband of a pair of shorts, or a pocket sewn into a sports vest or bra.

What’s even better is that coaches can now save 20 – 30 minutes per session because KINEXON PERFORM GPS Pro has a fully automated workflow. No wires, no cables, and you get access to the data from anywhere at anytime. It can be used for both men’s and women’s teams.

If you have questions, contact us at any time. Or, download our brochure, by clicking the link below.

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What Is KINEXON PERFORM GPS Pro?

KINEXON Perform GPS Pro uses the combination of wearable devices and a GNSS antenna for player tracking.

KINEXON PERFORM GPS Pro is a player tracking system for outdoor team sports that uses GNSS technology in collaboration with Fitogether. 

It provides over 100 live metrics on performance and load, such as speed, acceleration, distance, heart rate, and metabolic data. It also offers a fully cloud-based solution for remote access from multiple devices and offline mode for data output and quality. 

Some of the benefits of using the KINEXON PERFORM GPS Pro wearable sensors are: 

  • Helps coaches and players to monitor and optimize their performance and load in real-time and over time
  • Enables faster and more informed decision making based on live data and insights
  • Reduces the risk of injuries and facilitate return-to-play processes by tracking the mechanical load and recovery status of players

The device has been tested by FIFA and achieved top results in data accuracy and reliability.

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