Effects of different wearable resistance placements on sprint-running performance: A review and practical applications
Strength and Conditioning Journal
School of Medical and Health Sciences
Wearable resistance (WR) provides the practitioner with the means to overload sprint running in a sprint-specific manner. This article investigates the effects of WR on sprint-running performance by discussing the mechanisms associated with WR, as well as those factors that must be taken into consideration by the practitioner when implementing a program that uses WR. In particular, the effects of different WR body placements (trunk, legs, and arms) will be discussed. Practical applications and conclusions from the analysis will be provided.
Society and Culture
Human movement and performance