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When using the PUSH Band in BodyMode our algorithms require the light point upwards, towards the top of your body (e.g. towards your elbow if using the arm sleeve of towards your head if you are jumping).
The PUSH Band may not track your movement properly if it is worn with the light facing upside down (e.g. towards your hand if using the arm sleeve or towards your feet if you're jumping)
The PUSH Band can be worn on either arm.
For the vast majority of exercises, you should wear the PUSH Band on the top of the forearm, just below the elbow. The strap should be tight, but comfortable!
Your PUSH VBT Mobile App will display the proper Band placement for each exercise:
For the majority of exercises place the PUSH Band on the upper forearm, with the light facing away from the hand.
For jumps in Test Mode and Free Movement, place the PUSH Band firmly on your athlete's lower back just above the tailbone. To do this use the PUSH Jump Waist Belt, and ensure that the light is facing upwards towards the head for optimal data collection and accuracy.
For bodyweight and some resistance exercises, the PUSH Band is worn on the lower biceps. Please ensure that the unit is worn so that the light faces away from the hand.