Have you ever wondered which muscle groups you’re activating during a tough workout or whether you’re exercising hard enough? Now there is a shirt that purports to show you just that, and it’s lighting up on Kickstarter with thousands of contributions.
It’s called the Radiate shirt and it changes color as you exercise. The shirt is made with thermochromic dyes and registers temperature fluctuations. NASA first invented the technology in the 1960s but Kenneth Crockett, the shirt’s creator and CEO of Radiate Athletics, has found a new use.
“We raised the bar on [thermochromic technology] and engineered it to a precise and specific temperature range,” Crockett said, “and with that temperature range, we were able to calculate just how hard you’re exerting certain muscles.”
In order to demonstrate the shirt’s effectiveness, we met with Crockett at a New York Sports Club near ABC News. He donned a dullish, grape-colored Radiate shirt and then wasted no time in lighting it up bright pinkRead More »from Workout Shirt Reveals Your Inner Hulk