Get started with your PUSH Band.



6 hours of charging before your first session ensures full battery life.





Using Bluetooth, pair your PUSH Band with your iOS device.


Important things to remember when training.



Wear the PUSH Band at the top of the forearm, with the LED pointing away from the wrist.

Push to monitor

To start and stop exercise tracking, press the button at the top of the PUSH Band, or hit "Ready" in the app.

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What can I do with my PUSH Band?


Train Mode

Validate your coaching decisions with  velocity data


Test Mode

Establish performance baselines with a variety of tests


Free Movement

Monitor the speed your athlete can complete a movement

What tests can I perform with PUSH?


Submaximal 1RMs

Vertical Jumps

reactive strength index

How should the PUSH Band be worn?

Your PUSH App will indicate the proper Band placement for each exercise. Some important things to remember are:

Upper Forearm

For the majority of exercises place Band on the upper forearm, with the LED facing away from the wrist.


For jumps in Test Mode and Free Movement, place the Band firmly on your athlete's back with the Waist Belt for optimal tracking.

Lower Biceps

For bodyweight and some resistance exercises, the PUSH Band is worn on the lower biceps. Be sure that the LED points away from the wrist.

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How do I pair my PUSH Band with my iOS device?

  1. Turn on your Band
    - The light will flash red while searching for your device
  2. Go into your iPhones settings and select "Bluetooth"
  3. Look for your Band's ID to appear under "Other Devices"
  4. Select your PUSH Band's ID and choose "Pair" in the pop-up
  5. The red light will stop flashing and remain on to indicate a successful connection

Only one PUSH Band can be connected to one iOS device at a time.

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What do the different light colors mean?



What is the battery life of my Band?

The PUSH Band is equipped with a Lithium Polymer battery which will give you 7 hours of continuous motion recording. While powered down your Band will hold it's charge for 12 days.

It only takes 1.5 hours to fully charge your PUSH Band, but If you're in a hurry you can get 50% of battery life off of just 30 minutes of charging.


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When should I start and stop my exercise tracking?

The PUSH Band is designed to specifically monitor your exercises and not the time in between. Start tracking an exercise when the athlete is in position to lift. Stop tracking right after they finish their last rep.

Pressing the button at the top of the Band can both start and stop your set. Or, If you have your iOS device nearby, you can control it all from there.

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What if the PUSH rep count is different than the actual?

Extra movement before or after a set may cause PUSH to display a rep count that is too high or too little. This won't happen often, but if it does we've made it easy for you to fix.

Edit your reps in the post set summary and the PUSH Algorithms will recalculate your velocity readings considering the new rep count.

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Can I train multiple athletes?

Yes! By creating teams and athlete profiles in the PUSH App or PUSH Portal, you can train as many athletes as you'd like with one Band.

To ensure you are collecting accurate data, make sure you are selecting the proper athlete profiles. Height, weight, and lifting experience are all variables that significantly affect the PUSH Algorithms.

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Does the PUSH Band track exercises in real time?

There are currently over 20 real time exercises supported by PUSH. The remaining exercises will give you each rep's velocity score immediately after the set.


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Is there a user manual available?

Looking to keep this info close by? Get the full PDF of the PUSH Band instruction manual here for easy access to the most important details.