We were recently paid a visit to the 2011 California Science Fair to meet with Kyle Lin, a Santa-Rosa High School student whose science fair project used Pocket Radar to study the effect that building rectus abdominis muscle strength or increasing wrist flexion has on tennis service velocity. Kyle used Pocket Radar to measure the serve velocity of each of the test groups over a 6-week period and documented his results. We had the chance to learn more about Kyle’s project and say congratulations on being selected as a 2011 California Science Fair exhibitor. Here is a video of Kyle telling us a little more about his project.
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