Christopher Glaeser discusses a couple of tips for using Freelap to time tempo runs. He discusses how to time both the tempo runs and recovery times and also presents on idea on how to increase the arousal in the athlete for an improved workout.
The Freelap watch can store up to 765 splits. This video tutorial demonstrates how to clear the memory when it becomes full.
This video tutorial demonstrates how to set the time, date, and alarm of the Freelap watch.
Plan sprint speed workouts and interventions using calculations based on timing data from practices and track meets.
The sprint belt increases timing accuracy by attaching the Freelap watch to a fixed location on the athlete’s body. This how-to article explains how to attach the watch to the sprint belt.
The Freelap stopwatch can store up to 765 splits (or laps). These splits are organized on the watch into files that are date and time stamped. This timing data can be downloaded to a computer using an IrDA USB Adapter (sold separately). This tutorial shows how to use the download utility. The Freelap IrDA Download […]
Freelap can time sprinters in multiple lanes simultaneously. This articles describes how to set up the transmitters to time multiple lanes.
Follow these instructions to change the Freelap Watch Preferences for sprinting.