While the concept of wearable resistance isn’t new, some WR tools are, such as the Exogen suit with fusiform weights. This article presents light variable resistance training as a genuine option based on first principles physics, specifically looking at optimizing transference for speed development.
About John Cronin
John Cronin is a Professor in Strength and Conditioning at AUT University, New Zealand, most of his time spent supervising PhD students engaged in sport performance research. John has over 300 peer reviewed publications to his name, most devoted to improving strength, power, speed, and change of direction. He has trained world champion teams and athletes, and speaks and consults internationally. John also has a role as Head of Research for Lila Movement Technology, thus his passion for understanding the effects of wearable resistance on sporting performance.