is a concept of inertial training based on free movements performed individually with different intensities, in which a continuous resistance develops during all phases of the exercise. The work done on the eccentric phase of the movement can improve fitness, increase strength, endurance and muscle strength, as well as help in the prevention and recovery of injuries.
The main characteristic lies in the inertial resistance. Instead of using overloads based on gravity (weight) used the inertia (resistance to change of state of motion). By applying a speed exerted on the concentric phase, we offer resistance in the eccentric phase of the exercise.
The work carried out during all phases of the exercise is quantified and displayed in real time, providing immediate feedback and being able to analyze quickly and easily. ChronoJump specific training program is a great tool for professionals. The measurement data is essential and vital for the proper development of inertial training.
As variants of inertial loads (commonly referred isoinertial), we offer: Inertial flywheels and conical pulleys. From the variability of these elements and balances of the masses, we change quickly and easily in functional resistance training, and so its variety of applications and possible progressions.
It is based on a flywheel whose axis is fixed to a support structure (inertia disc). One end of a rope transmission is wound around said axis or around a conical structure, while the other is fixed to different parts to exert traction.
Pulling the rope during the concentric action and at the end of the action, the inertial mass is rotating. It causes the winding rope and follow the practitioner must exert a resistance to slow the inertial mass and slowing it down. The angular displacement of the eccentric action is minor and causes the eccentric overload exceeds concentric.