Everyone Needs To Do Isometric Workouts
I know I’ve written a lot about Isometric workouts over the last few months, but they truly are one of the most under utilized tools out there.
They are great to improve balance, stability, coordination and the mind-body connection. They can help prevent and even rehab injuries. They can reduce pain throughout your body. They can help get muscles activated so you can lift more.
Heck they can even make you mentally stronger.
They are great for recover and great to help you improve your strength.
Basically no matter who you are, you need to include them.
Maybe you make them into their own workout or maybe you simply include them in a workout or even a warm up.
Isometric moves help your body activate the correct muscles and even help improve your mobility. Plus they help create stability in your body so you can LIFT MORE without injury.
Below is a Quick Isometric Workout to reduce your pain and injury and help you get more out of your workouts!
The 20-Minute Full-Body Isometric Workout:
And here are some great articles with Isometric Exercises and Workouts!
10 Great Isometric Moves To Work Your Entire Body – This article includes 10 great moves as well as a couple different workouts to help you use them. Some of these isometric moves you’ve probably done a lot while others like the Bull Dog you may have never seen before!
10 Great Isometric Moves For Anyone With A Desk Job – Improve your posture and loosen your tight muscles from sitting all day. So often we get injured when working out because our bodies aren’t really ready to move since we sit all day. These moves will help you prevent injury by preparing your body to workout!
Posted on February 25, 2014, in Recovery, Workout and tagged best isometric exercises, Isometric Workout, recovery workout. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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