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Forearm wearable resistance effects on sprint kinematics and kinetics - Paul Macadam, Kim D. Simperingham, John B. Cronin
Arm swing is a distinctive characteristic of sprint-running with the arms working in a con-tralateral manner with the legs to propel the body in a horizontal direction. The purpose of this study was to determine the acute changes in kinematics and kinetics when wearable resistance (WR) of 1 kg was attached to each forearm.
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KSS Sponsors at World Congress Science Football Melbourne 4-7 June 2019
Kinetic Sport Science LiLa Exogen are proud sponsors at this years 9th World Congress on Science & Football held at the Melbourne Convention Centre.
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Kinetic Sport Science & LiLa Exogen Australia partners with Roger Fabri & the Speed & Agility Academy
It is early days & we are very excited to be working with Roger as one of Australia’s best-credentialed sprint coaches. Drawing upon expertise learned in elite training camps alongside Olympic champions such as Linford Christie and Darren Campbell, Roger quickly built a reputation for imparting knowledge and getting impressive results.
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Dr John Cronin: Velocity of Movement & Wearable Resistance: Mechanical Work & Kinetic Energy
To really understand the effect of velocity of movement on WR, Dr John Cronin provides a rudimentary example of how squatting 100 kg requires similar additional muscular work at the hip as moving 500 gms on each leg during sprinting.
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Dr John Cronin: Wearable Resistance: Rotational Inertia, Placement & Orientation
Wearable resistance (WR) allows athletes to train with natural patterns and rhythms of movement that are more likely to promote transference to their sport or event. The efficacy of that transference, however, really depends on your understanding of some of the guiding principles around micro-loading.
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Lila Exogen 5 Key components of Wearable Resistance

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Wearable Resistance is the real deal - the effectiveness of this technology in changing speed capability is based on your knowledge and its application
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Dr John Cronin - Wearable Resistance Orientation & Velocity of Movement
Dr John Cronin: Future of Fast: Wearable Resistance Orientation & Velocity of Movement. SimpliFaster: Technology for Athletic Speed Development
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Dr John Cronin: Rotational Inertia & Limb Loading - SimpliFaster
Dr John Cronin: The Future of Fast is Light: Rotational Inertia & Limb Loading. SimpliFaster: Technology for Athletic Speed Development
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Dr John Cronin: Resistance to change in Motion - SimplyFaster
SimpliFaster: Technology for Athletic Speed Development. Dr John Cronin: The Future of Fast is Light: Resistance to change in Motion
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Dr John Cronin: First principle Physics - SimpliFaster

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Dr John Cronin: First principle Physics - SimpliFaster
SimpliFaster: Technology for Athletic Speed Development. Dr John Cronin: The Future of Fast is Light: First principle Physics.
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