What recommendations and pricing should we look for in a wrist GPS for
OKC OK 07
On 3/28/09 10:07 PM, "Matt Jacob" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I was checking out a wrist GPS at Costco the other day. They've really
> come down in price lately; I think I'll pick one up soon.
> On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 18:41, Mark Wroth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Would love to see video of my matches, but haven't pulled it off yet.
>> Like Ron, though, I routinely use a wrist mounted unit that (in addition
>> to recording heart rate, which is why I wear it) gives me a track of the
>> match ... it's interesting to watch.
>> ront wrote:
>>> No, actually I don't. but I HAVE worn my wrist GPS for many games and then
>>> viewed the trail on google earth.
>>> very intresting to see where I spend the bulk of my time, how often I get
>>> deep into ends and corners, etc.
>>> <<<<<Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 21:53:32 -0700
>>> From: Matt Jacob <[log in to unmask]>
>>> Subject: Videotaping yourself during a match
>>> Does anyone else videotape themselves to find areas of improvement, or
>>> am I the only one? It's amazing what you can learn after watching
>>> yourself on tape for 90 minutes. For instance, I was very happy with
>>> my mechanics and my body language, but I had NO IDEA I looked so goofy
>>> while running. I don't swing my arms very much when I run because I
>>> have pretty strong legs and they generally get me around without the
>>> extra momentum. It looks terrible, though, so I'm working on my
>>> running posture to improve my overall appearance.
>>> What have you found out by watching yourself on the big screen?