In most sports strength and conditioning is instrumental in differentiating yourself from the competition. Integrating Isometric Exercises in your workout routine adds a new dimension in achieving dramatic results.
Check out what a physical therapist for the New York Mets has to say about Isometric Exercise:
Here's another example, when an athlete reaches a plateau on the bench press and is having a difficult time breaking through, isometric compressions can target the necessary muscles. When done correctly, athletes will find that incorporating isometric exercise in their workout to be very effective and improve strength levels in a wide range of essential lifts.
You can do Isometric Exercises with machines, dumbbells and barbells, but how about using the IGRIP, an Isometric Exerciser.
Isometric training with the IGRIP will challenge the muscle to an infinite workload of applied force. This will result in recruiting secondary muscle fibers (motor units) to support the resistance and lead to dramatic strength gain. The advantage of Isometrics is that dramatic results can be achieved Anywhere-Anytime. The Isometric elements of Force and Time are equivalent to Weight and Reps at the gym.
Read more about the IGRIP Isometric Exerciser HERE.
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