Data Measures by Beast Sensor

There are many things you can do with Beast, this chart will help you understand what it can measure, how you use the data is up to you and your training goals!

 Data
Measure unitProduct Version
APPSingle Rep Mean Power
WAthlete / Trainer
Single Rep Peak Power
WAthlete / Trainer
Single Rep Mean Velocity
m/s
Athlete / Trainer
Single Rep Peak Velocity
m/sAthlete / Trainer
Single Rep Mean Strength
N
Athlete / Trainer
Single Rep Peak Strength
N
Athlete / Trainer
Set Average Power
W
Athlete / Trainer
Set Average Speed
m/s
Athlete / Trainer
Workout Training Volume
Tons
Athlete / Trainer
Weekly Training Volume
Tons
Athlete / Trainer
Workout time
min
Athlete / Trainer
Energy Burned lifting
kJ
Athlete / Trainer
WEBPORTALSingle exercise Time Under Tension
s
Athlete / Trainer
Single exercise average Power
W
Athlete / Trainer
Single exercise average Speed
m/s
Athlete / Trainer
Workout Density
kg/min
Athlete / Trainer
Workout average Power
W
Athlete / Trainer
Rate of Force Development - RFD
G/s
Athlete / Trainer
Single Rep Time Under Tension
s
Athlete / Trainer
Power Progress in time [custom timeframe]
WAthlete / Trainer
Strength progress in time [custom timeframe]
NAthlete / Trainer
Velocity progress in time [custom timeframe]
m/sAthlete / Trainer
Explosiveness progress in time [custom timeframe]
G/sAthlete / Trainer
Index of Explosive Strength (IES)
G/s
Trainer
Reactivity Coefficient
G/(kg*s)Trainer
Index of Starting Strength (ISS)
G/s
Trainer
50 hz Acceleration for Single Rep
GTrainer
50 hz Power for Single Rep
WTrainer
50 hz Velocity for Single Rep
m/sTrainer
Strength comparison between Athletes
NTrainer
Velocity comparison between Athletes
m/sTrainer
Power comparison between Athletes
WTrainer
RFD comparison between Athletes
G/s
Trainer
IES comparison between Athletes
G/s
Trainer
S-gradient comparison between Athletes
G/s
Trainer

Your Beast Sensor measures more than you probably think it can, so we have created this chart to help you out. All these different data outputs allow you to see per rep how much power and explosion you are creating each lift. You can see how fast you are moving the bar. The idea behind these analytics is so that you can optimize your training cycle. Maybe you are training at 50% of your 1 RM but you feel weak, using the Sensor you might realize that you are not producing the power and bar speed needed to hit your training goals and you might need to drop down into the 40-45% of your 1 RM. On the flip side maybe you are having a good week, you are training in the 60% of your 1 RM, you can see that you are moving the bar faster than the training zone, bump up the weight around 70%. You might realize that you are responding to training well and might bump up your time schedule in your cycle to optimize your body conditions to go after a new PR.

Questions email us info@beast-technologies.com

RobbyNap

by RobbyNap

Midwest boy from the USA and a lover of travel, coffee, and whiskey. I am excited by all things sports related and marketing. Former Division III Collegiate Athlete from Simpson College, Semi Pro Football Player for the Des Moines Blaze, and currently coaching American Football for the Milano Seamen. Passionate about life, family, and lifting. I have a degree in Marketing with a Minor in Exercise Science, as well as completing a Master's in International Marketing Management in Milano.