Here are some simple tips and techniques we use to maximise your training with us
Over time, we build your session up and the impulses will become more challenging. Right from the start there are some key principles you can adopt to maximise you training. Here are our three tips for you to get the most out each session and intensify your training.
1. Correct Breathing & Focus
It sounds easy, but sometimes a session can get really busy. Inhale before the impulses come on, and exhale on movement is a key task we’d like you to remember. It allows you to maximise the impulses to it’s fullest. The longer you’ll train with us, the stronger the impulses might get and it’ll help you to conquer them.
The more you’re focused and in the ‘zone’, the more you’ll get from each session. Let’s leave your daily stress at the door and focus for 20mins on yourself.
It’s a win-win – Pre-contracting your muscles. It not only prepares you, but intensifies the workout as well. If in the impulse phase the movement is repeated with maximum tension due to the voluntary pre- contraction and the involuntary contraction of the impulse combined we’ll reach an optimal use of the impulse. Good form & technique should always be maintained at all times too.
3. Manual resistance from your trainer
In some sessions we’ll use Manual Resistance This won’t mean that we’re pushing you around but rather that we use gentle pressure in order to allow you to recruit even more muscle fibre.
Using a destabilising technique during or after an impulse while in the isometric or dynamic phase of a movement will help to recruit more muscle fibres and intensify the exercise by fatiguing the stabilisers a lot faster. So, get ready for an additional challenge.
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