Isometric exercises have been observed to help add muscle strength fast, but what you may not know is that they will help you develop speed and speediness as well. Specifically, doing isometric exercises is one of the most effective ways for you to raise your quickness and speed. In reality there are several advantages to be gained from exercising with Isometric Exercise Devices.
First, they are a lot safer to use than weights and there are several different positions you can perform that is quite not possible or downright deadly when performed with weights. As an example, positions that require twisting and bending are far less sure to cause injury if you lose control.. The same can hardly be said about losing control or letting go of weights.
Second, ISO Devcies are lots more convenient than weights. They are just a few oz. in weight and can simply be carried in case you want to continue with your exercise routine even while you are traveling. Finally any device worth its salt will offer you varying degrees of resistance whereas weights offer static resistance. Be aware that it's this difference between variable and static resistance that holds the key to improving your strength, balance, coordination, and speed.
What exactly does variable resistance mean and why is it significant? Variable resistance implies the level of resistance offered by the band changes with even the tiniest movement of your body. As an example, if your hand moves up only 1 centimetre, the resistance will mechanically increase. In the same way, it will reduce with just the littlest movement of your hand.
If you have not experienced such changes in resistance before, then the inadequacies of your muscles are probably going to be exposed. You will therefore be in a better position to strengthen your muscles where strength is most needed, so improving your general performance, including your speediness and speed.