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React Eccentric Trainer Buy

aerobis builds products that facilitate training anywhere and anytime. They are tailored for the Anywhere Athlete; for gyms, professional personal trainers and athletes at home, outdoors and wherever they may be. aerobis creates versatile, innovative mobile training devices, with quality and durability integral to their purpose.

aerobis was born in Cologne in 2009 with the development of the aeroSling. Founder, Elmar Schumacher, originally designed the sling trainer for his own training. He went on to develop and market training products for functional training, for state-of-the-art training of strength, endurance, and coordination. With aerobis training equipment, optimal results can be achieved in minimal time. Workouts can be made more efficient with the focus on movement and muscle chains, instead of isolated muscles. Each individual aerobis piece has its own focal point, whilst working in complete harmony with another for a holistic approach to training.

The aerobis Kinetic Trainer, is a unique development in sports and physiotherapy. It challenges the muscles in a completely new way, providing optimal training for growth, significantly more strength and a shorter recovery time after injuries. It offers targeted, eccentric strength training wherever you want.

Strength training is not all the same. Depending on the type of stress, our muscles react differently. In classic dumbbell exercises, for example, concentric and eccentric movements are performed in equal measure. You work concentrically when you overcome resistance, i.e. lift the dumbbell. This causes the muscle to contract. This phase usually does not last very long. Once the resistance is overcome, the load decreases.

The strength you give in the concentric phase is also the power that you get back in the eccentric phase. We are not used to this in traditional strength training. The harder the movement used, the heavier the eccentric resistance will be, thus training your muscles faster and more intensively. The challenge is to stay in balance at the beginning of the eccentric phase with maximum effort is required. The training stimulus for your muscles is enormous. Once you have successfully slowed down the flywheel, the movement starts again.

The great advantage of the aerobis Kinetic Trainer is that you determine the intensity of the exercise yourself. The faster you unwind the band, the higher the resistance needed to stop it again. Weighing only 5 kilograms, this workout wonder is easy to transport and can be used almost anywhere. The integrated combi suspension in the set guarantees trouble-free installation on walls, pillars, trees and fitness rigs. If you want to upgrade your aerobis Kinetic Trainer the perfection addition to add is the aerobis kinetic trainer- 8mm Plates.

reACT is the first Rapid-Eccentric-Anaerobic-Strength and Core trainer that offers a high-performance quad workout, plus increased balance and stability training without the impact issues that come from running.

Exercising on the reACT Trainer is very different from traditional muscle exercises. It works on the eccentric contraction of the muscle not the more familiar concentric contraction. Eccentric contractions happen when the muscle lengthens under tension. They occur whenever you are absorbing force and decelerating such as:

The purpose of this synthesis is to review the current literature with respect to the efficacy and application of eccentric resistance training. Compared to a concentric muscle contraction, which is the shortening of a muscle, an eccentric contraction is a resistance to the lengthening of the muscle. Eccentric training is commonly studied and used for strength (dos Santos Rocha, 2011), hypertrophy (Cadore et al., 2014), rehab (Lepley & Palmieri-Smith, 2013), and prevention (Seagrave et al., 2014). Despite the abundance of applications, eccentric exercises are rarely seen being practiced within a gym setting. An explanation cou


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