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Old 05-27-2012, 09:33 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I was thinking about the possibility of editing out the eccentric. I assume it can calculate average speed? I am mainly concerned with looking at average speed on a rep by rep basis...plotting/analyzing it myself.
That's a good idea, it would be nice if you could set multiple frame sections to analyse but there's only beginning and end. Yes you can analyse all the final data and also copy it, might be easier to work with in excel so you can split it up into separate curves and compare.

Just playing around this is a plot for three reps, eccentrics included. You can see how the curve flattens out over the reps.
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