With the World Series happening this month, we’d like to shine a spotlight on America’s favorite pastime. Unlike many other popular professional sports that tend to rely on explosive speed or bulky, brute strength – baseball is unique, involving specific skills, techniques and finesse. In fact, when it comes to strength training for baseball players, traditional exercise routines like weightlifting and cardio need to be augmented for baseball. And there’s no better way to do that than with isometrics.
Since it’s Pain Awareness Month, we’d like to address how you can reduce the typical aches and pains that people get after a workout: it’s called delayed onset muscle soreness, AKA DOMS.
Contrary to common opinion, mature adults aren’t asked to stop their fitness routines. Rather, they’re encouraged to move away from high-impact workouts, and towards low-impact workouts that target the muscles involved in balance.
Yoga is renowned for its ability to protect your joints, strengthen stabilizing muscles, and improve flexibility. But, did you know that a lot of its poses are isometric?
Did you know we’re seeing a trend of trainers and coaches looking to isometrics to help train their athletes. While there has yet to be a study on the relationship between isometric exercises and speed training, enough experts like Bryson Tucker are seeing significant results from integrating isometrics into their routine.
How do you keep fit while traveling? Just because you’re on vacation doesn’t mean you want to take a break from your fitness routine, but maintaining your training is harder than it seems!
You don’t have to choose between an isometric workout and cardio. In fact, isometric exercises are so versatile that you can seamlessly integrate them into your cardio workout.
Want the best isometric shoulder workout for achieving cut, well-defined shoulders? Take a look at our intense, 15-minute workout with some of the best isometric shoulder exercises of all time!