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May 18th 2014 at 10:47 PM

Isometric exercises for a prolonged resistance

The term "isometric exercise" refers to static exercise that muscle length does not change during their execution, however, they create a tension in the muscles which increases its strength and endurance. Muscle work, even if not visible, against body weight (or against a static force) and the feeling of fatigue that muscle forces. Being a work anaerobically , it can not be done over a long period of time, maximum 10 minutes in a workout interrupted contractions and rest periods, the duration of contractions being of 10 to 15 seconds.

Two types of isometric exercises
There are two types of such exercises: without load or "elastic" and the load . The first group involves maintaining and muscle forcing a certain position. For example, the one leg for a long period or pushups. If you watch movies with Jet Lee, perhaps you known when it is tighten to prepare for battle. That is an example of isometric exercise without load.

Although at first glance isometric exercises may seem less effective than isotonic , they are designed to increase resistance muschlior protects joints and provides a more stable body. There are several types of such exercises, of which we selected 4:

Chair refers to the imitation of sitting position, against the wall or not, back straight. Hold the position for 15 seconds , get up standing for 10 seconds . Repeat the movement five times .
Isometric exercise isometric exercises stool for a prolonged resistance.

" Sit in a leg " involves, as the name says, bending one leg or the other for 15 seconds . You can also use weight to a "hang" of foot.

Half pushups mean maintaining the position copra in pushup position for 15 seconds , repeat to exhaustion.

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