Test yourself and increase your endurance and muscle strength with isoinertial training!
What is isoinertial training?
The isoinertial training is performed with the help of a device that maintains a constant inertia (resistance) throughout the movement, both in the phase of effective contraction of the muscle and in the phase of relaxation. Thus, the muscles work at maximum strength at any angle, which makes this type of training much more effective than conventional strength equipment.
Resistance is created by the inertia of a wheel, which is accelerated or decelerated by muscular force, by the user’s movement (like a yo-yo mechanism), not by an external weight.
For isoinertial training, at Superfit we use DESMOZONE, a device that includes DESMOTEC V.LINE systems, for upper body training and DESMOTEC D.LINE, for lower body training.
Read in this article how isoinertial training came about and what the equipment is made of.
What are the benefits of isoinertial training?
- Athletes become at least 30% stronger after these trainings, a fact proven by scientific studies;
- Stimulates muscle development, helping to activate muscle mass;
- Decreases the risk of injury;
- Reduces muscle pain;
- Improves range of motion;
- It allows an efficient and safe training, in a shorter time;
- It can be used for a wide range of exercises, being adjustable according to the athlete’s goals;
- It causes the user to use the muscles at full capacity, during the whole movement;
- Provides a detailed training report;
- It is possible to train specific areas for recovery;
- The parameters (power, speed) are visible in real time.