The reason I said that purchasing equipment of this kind is "out-there" is that it is extremely expensive, bulky, and (from what I imagine) not meant for personal use. I can see an upscale gym or fitness lab getting one of these machines, but not your average Joe Boxer.
It's sort of like a pregnant woman wanting to buy an ultrasound machine so she can see her baby in her tummy. Sure, you probably could get one if you wanted to, but it's so expensive and out-there that almost nobody does. Just go to your doctor instead.
Weak analogy, I know. I certainly wish I had a machine that could measure my striking power -- that'd be pretty sweet -- but I just don't think it's a normal thing.
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