I have a 30 lap/split memory stopwatch that I got for doing sprints. I thought it would be a little more intuitive, but it doesn't look like stopwatches are really meant to capture what I'm trying to do?
I simply want to capture only my sprint time as individual laps. Not as cumulative time. I don't care about my total time or distance. So when I go back into memory I can see my sprints back to back so I can improve the next time around.
Right now the only way I can do is is kinda a "hack"
Set it to Lap Mode:
Hit Start --> Run my sprint --> Hit Lap/Reset --> Lap 1 clocked at 02"30 --> Immediately Hit Start/Stop --> Lap 2 clocked at 00"20
After I do this, all I have to do is hit Start/Stop and it will start tracking my sprints as I want. But is there a way to do this without going through this "bogus" Lap 2? (I listed in bold)
Does that make sense? Am I asking too much from my stopwatch? I'm completely amateur to track/field so I'm not particularly sure how the professionals do it without bringing a friend and a clipboard.