To compliment our Q & A article about grip-free exercise we’d like to provide some tips on how to do grip-free resistance exercise so as to gain the most benefits.
What is the Up and Out principle
An important principle of The Gravity Ball Method™ that we like to demonstrate to new Gravity Ball users is the Up and Out principle.
What is Time Under Tension?
An important principle of The Gravity Ball Method™ that we like to demonstrate for new Gravity Ball™ users is the concept of Time Under Tension.
Aiming to achieve symmetry between both halves of our body is essential for keeping our body balanced and injury-free. It's good to practice symmetrical movements both during exercise and as we move throughout the day.
We believe that everyone can (and should!) be doing daily resistance exercise. Daily strengthening exercise keeps your muscles and joints strong and symmetrical as well as boosts your energy levels and metabolism.
What is grip-strength and why is it important
Grip strength is the force generated through our forearms, wrists, hands and fingers to hold, carry and pull on objects. Every time we sign our name, drive our car, carry groceries, text our friend or unscrew a jar we should thank our grip-strength.
We frequently get asked several questions. Most have to do with what exactly is grip-free resistance exercise and why is it so important? We thought we’d take a few of minutes to define grip-free resistance exercise™ and also to answer some other frequently asked questions.
We’ve all had to do it… Adapt. Change what we are doing in order to do something new. The need to adapt can take place for a variety of reasons. Regardless of the reason, adapting can be difficult.
The term, versatility is defined as an ability to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities, according to the dictionary.
Exercising consistently often requires planning, goal setting and flexibility. Here are some ways to incorporate 30 minutes of resistance exercise into your daily schedule.