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Squat Precision has a standard 42" strap length.
Posted By: Mark Yates In Response To: Re: IPF legal depth detection (Jim Pope)
Date: Wednesday, 3 June 2009, at 6:00 p.m.
In Response To: Re: IPF legal depth detection (Jim Pope)
Im currently making the Squat Precision device with a 42" strap length. For lifters that find this is too much webbing, they simply cut the excess off, and burn the ends to eliminate fraying on the end.
When I receive a new order, I do ask the lifter to confirm their right thigh measurement. So far, the 42" gives even the biggest lifter enough extra strap to not only fit around their leg, but to hold the end firmly and cinch the strap down. Squat Precision is now being used in: Switzerland, Amsterdam Netherlands, Alaska, New York, Ct, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Louisianna. I know Ive missed some of the new locations, but the distribution and use of the device is expanding. Special Note to all IPF and USAPL. I have recently tested this device over an over again - and when you position the device just above the knee and low thigh, you MUST squat at IPF and USAPL to get the device to BEEP. I provide a 100% money back guarantee concerning this product, and consistantly giving an audio alert at just a fraction below IPF or USAPL required, legal squat depth. Jim, give me your right thigh measurement, and I will be sure that the strap is 12 " longer than your thigh measurment. Once you use this device and tape yourself once seeing it Beeps precisely a fraction below your required depth, you will never have to video your sqauts to check depth, unless you enjoy doing so. Mark at www.squatprecision.com
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