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Core Training on Bravo

Posted on Wed, Mar 28, 2012 @ 19:03 PM

A standing plank protocol using the Cybex Bravo to aid in a post-therapy shoulder strengthening program

A subject increased maximum abdominal plank time 155% following a five week, post-therapy shoulder strength training program including the Cybex Bravo to perform a standing plank.  The standing plank elicits similar muscle activation compared to a traditional plank, without the requirement of having to support all of one’s body weight.

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Topics: Bravo, Injury, Strength, Core

Strength training with the Arc

Posted on Sun, Mar 25, 2012 @ 15:03 PM

The effects of a Three-Week Power Training Program Using the Cybex Arc Trainer on Maximum Back Squat Strength

Replacing a lower body strength training routine with an Arc trainer power program resulted in increased maximum squat strength in a subject with lower back pain.

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Topics: Power, Injury, Strength, Arc Trainer

Arc training during Injury recovery

Posted on Sun, Mar 25, 2012 @ 14:03 PM

The effects of a Cybex Arc Trainer power and endurance training program on perceived knee pain and first-time marathon performance

A subject was able to reduce knee pain during the last five weeks of a marathon training program by replacing one running day with an Arc Trainer workout.  The Arc Trainer may be a good option to maintain cardiovascular fitness during periods of reduced running due to injury.

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Topics: Injury, Running, Marathon, Cross-training, Arc Trainer

Enhanced running fitness on the arc trainer

Posted on Sun, Mar 25, 2012 @ 13:03 PM

Increased four mile fitness time following an eight week Arc Trainer based program

An eight week training program involving the Cybex Arc Trainer and light strength training resulted in increased overall running fitness, despite no running during this time.  In addition, the subject reported less pain in the Achilles tendon, suggesting that the Arc Trainer provided a valuable alternative to running while recovering from a lower extremity injury.  The Arc Trainer can potentially be a valuable addition to any training regimen, especially those whose training is limited due to injury.

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Topics: Injury, Running, Arc Trainer

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