There isn’t much innovation in the world of fitness, especially in strength training. Pick up any fitness magazine and you’ll see the same old, “three sets of 10, three days a week” that you would have read 10, 20 or 30 years ago in the same magazine. It’s even worse for women. Their magazines still show a supermodel in full makeup holding a pink, two-pound dumbbell. Yeah, that’s going to transform your body.
The truth is, people are crying for some technology and innovation in fitness. Something beyond bolting an LCD screen to a treadmill. After all, we live in an age where technology improves other things almost daily. I think that’s part of the reason many people like static contraction training; it’s improved (more efficient) and it’s based on basic principles you can understand.
With innovation in mind, I created a Central Nervous System (CNS) workout. One day it … Read More