Looking for the best biceps workout you can do at home? Take it from the most famous bodybuilders and athletes around: no bicep workout is complete without isometrics. The concept of ‘muscle exhaustion’, long-held by fitness experts as an effective way to target certain muscle groups, is an essential tool in isometric exercise.
While most people can’t list examples of isometric contractions in sports off the top of their heads, athletes have always espoused the power of isometrics – they may just refer to it as a hold, weight training or resistance training. In fact, isometrics play a huge part in most professional competitions; so much so that athletes often incorporate isometric exercises into their training to remain at peak performance.
Do you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) both recommend that all adults participate in muscle strength training exercises at least twice a week? Besides improving overall fitness and balance, strength training will help protect you from back and other skeletal injuries.
Getting in better physical condition is a challenge for anyone. Keeping fit is especially challenging for those living with a physical limitation, limited mobility, or a disability. An isometric workout program may be the solution for anyone looking for wheelchair exercises, physical therapy exercises, and limited mobility exercises.