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Why I invented the Inertia Wave

Posted on July 17, 2019
REASON FOR INVENTING..    I was seeking a way to enhance HPI human performance improvement. Conducted my own field of study along with metabolic laboratories related to the process of improving methodologies pertaining to wave patterns that created Kinetic energy. .We know in Human performance the difference between the beginning point (current performance) level… and the end point… (Desired performance level)… Is the performance gap. ✔️I took a product like battle ropes and stripped it of its visual appeal. ✔️Wanted to know its quality factor, the who, and the why. I asked what are the pros?  What are the cons? On the surface here’s what I realized.    ➡️The battle ropes were extreme muscle torque & tension on the wrist and shoulder joints…  ➡️Limited benefits as it engaged anterior chain, bad posture.  ➡️Heavy bulky expensive ropes clutter up your workspace. ➡️Fixed attachments forces all energy into the floor and anchor point ➡️ caloric expenditure far less! proven by metabolic SCSU laboratories and MIT ➡️ A huge liability to your gym or club. ➡️Frays unwinds, plastic dip and ends fall off. ➡️ not a great way to enhance cognitive or athletic abilities   ➡️the INERTIA WAVE is smooth rhythmic and coordinated movements,  ➡️benefits your entire body as it strengthens your core. Less than 2.7 pounds, it’s portable lightweight, and easy to store .  ➡️With over 30 ways to anchor, you can work out and take it anywhere.  ➡️Caloric burn far greater than battle ropes, 100% safe when properly  practicing the seven methods of use.  ➡️It does not fray, unwind, or tear.  ➡️Cognitive connections are overwhelming, timing, hand eye coordination increased.  Being that said the INERTIA WAVE increases kinetic energy—  by the continuous wave patterns pulsing energy into the tubes. The kinetic energy increases as the user increases his or her intensity. It  has a multi plane resistance profile,  moreover both ends of the tubes are capturing building and sending energy into both sides of the tubes absorbed by the user...the energy which the inertia wave contains because of the oscillating wave patterns. This combination gives participants, athletes the ultimate resistance equation. As humans we need to move more, and we rely on precise timing of movements. So the activities that involve smooth and continuous rhythmic movements, are far more cognitive related, and both improve speed and timing . ➡️The INERTIA WAVE you will perform movement based timing transitions, rhythmic actions in all planes of motion. Moreover based on energy systems via the environment—- it super charges the cardiovascular pulmonary system.  ➡️So the resultant will increase stamina and the user becomes less winded during extreme bouts or demands, real life situations.  ➡️. Another benefit is its ability to stabilize posterior chain, as it strengthens rotator cuff stability. ➡️Coaches and athletes require dynamic rotational move or Anti-rotation it engages and strengthens the muscles rotating on a sling outside the waist.  I believe the INERTIA WAVE training is a perfect tool or a solution for any activity. Anyone motivated by a goal can use t INERTIA WAVE system. WAVE strength with the metabolic and or hiit component.  I believe the INERTIA WAVE focuses on athletic movement pattern specific to the seven core methods of use.   ➡️ My goal with inventing the Inertia Wave is to show the benefits of the INERTIA WAVE system as our ability to customize an experience on a personal level. The greatest travel companion! The Inertia Wave bridges the gap between the equipment and the user with or without a trainer. A complete kit of strength and endurance training all in a mesh portable light weight bag.   Dave Parise MES CPT FPTA CEO FMFC LLC INERTIA WAVE ™️          

Why Battle Ropes for conditioning Athletes

Posted on July 17, 2019
The Inertia Wave is universal because it has an ability to build core strength and improve core-to-extremity strength, that helps you to ace your next workout, or event. The Inertia Wave is high intensity, or medium- you control the oscillating tubes. A light weight, portable beast to assist in any athlete's conditioning program. The Inertia Wave is an excellent developer of grip strength.Athletes agree it is a better alternative to battle ropes! Use the Inertia Wave a better alternative to battle ropes to reach a whole new level of conditioning! Conditioning Ropes, or battle ropes began as a mainstay tool in MMA, and then CrossFit, bootcamps, to mainstream fitness. However today, the Inertia Wave is used by the majority of athletes who train for core power and explosiveness.  If you own a gym, boxing studio, franchise, CrossFit Affiliate, or are setting up a strength and conditioning  program at a school or in the Military, we have the complete exercise package for you. The Inertia Wave, & The Inertia Wave DUO. See who’s using the Inertia Wave at Inertiawave.com Learn more at Inertiawave.com  FMFC LLC help@inertiawave.com    

Inertia Wave workouts are far superior than Battle Ropes

Posted on July 11, 2019
"I have recently tested the Inertia Wave and three different  Battle Rope companies and strongly believe the Inertia Wave is the far superior product. To begin with, its flexible and secure anchoring allows the two-band system to be used in a variety of locations. While this is a convenient feature, what sets the Inertia Wave apart from the majority of Battle Ropes is its feel and ease of use. With relatively small body movements, one can quickly establish an oscillation with the lighter weight Inertia Wave. Once in motion, the elasticity resistance of the Inertia Wave’s elastomer helps the user maintain the oscillating wave. These same properties also make the Inertia Wave a versatile product that can be used in both the horizontal and vertical planes. The Battle Rope has no ability to creater energy, all disapated into the ground. The other company that has an elastic sheeth covered battle Rope seems sluggish in comparison and requires more effort to maintain a steady oscillation. I believe the design of the Inertia Wave enhances the user experience. Users don’t have to struggle to maintain an oscillation of energy, and can instead focus on other important workout aspects, such as maintaining good posture and body movements, increasing the velocity of the band without allowing it to move in many planes, and developing endurance. " Leonared A Kolstad lll Studies in Physics, engineering, mathematics, science principles, analyze, & manufacture Mechanical Engineering- mechanical systems.  Master of envoronmental studies University of Pennsilvania  BS Yale Univeresity GPA 3.8

Battle Ropes VS. Inertia Wave

Posted on June 23, 2019
Battle ropes have been used as a functional training tool. However, are they functional? I guess they are if you want to be better at the Battle Rope.  You can do a variety of waves and slams, but they may not be for everyone. Although you may see battle ropes in your gym, you may not see many using them.   Battle ropes can only be used for battle rope slams, and waves that ride along the ground. Battle ropes are heavy and hard to store, especially for trainers, and coaches doing boot camps, outdoor fitness, or mobile fitness. Most personal trainers, and strength coaches haver said battle ropes are too much torques and tension, and don’t provide a great foundation for posture. INERTIA WAVE & INERTIA WAVE DUO "I have recently tested the Inertia Wave and three different  Battle Rope companies and strongly believe the Inertia Wave is the far superior product." The Inertia Wave is a pair of 9-foot-long resistance bands, called elastomers. The methods of use and exercises you do with the Inertia wave are ALIVE! As the energy goes into the user’s body, not the floor like a battle rope.  Most battle ropes, and elastic resistance ropes fail in many categories. They are all anerobic, one energy system, and anterior stress! This causes the person exercising to migrate to a poor posture and creates a host of imbalances over time.  SUPER CHARGE Your Battle Rope  Inertia Wave is superior to a resistance ropes, and a battle ropes. Why do you want a battle rope with a little rubber in it? The Inertia Wave is a great multipurpose functional training tool for group fitness, small group training or sports training, and professional coaches and personal trainers can use it with the masses. It is time to throw out the old battle rope and SUPER CHARGE your programming with the Inertia Wave.  The Inertia Wave is a safer, more effective battle ropes alternative. Designed to enhance your High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Tabata workouts, the Inertia Wave is far superior to battle ropes blowing them away in core engagement, energy systems, caloric expenditure, and cognitive skills. Include it to your everyday routine to enhance athletic performance whether you're an athlete, firefighter, military or law enforcement officer, or regularly engage in extremely demanding physical activities.

PGA Golf Pros Use the Inertia Wave

Posted on March 6, 2019
Benefits of the Inertia Wave for Golfers The Methods Cross Fire & Super Typhoon are anti-rotation exercises.  Benefits- Anti-Rotation Strengthening the entire oblique system and core helps golfers create a more efficient transfer of force from the ground up through the body and out to the clubhead. All disproportional forces during the swing originates in and emanates out our “weak” links (everyone’s leak is different) the Inertia Wave (resistance profile) forces to block the leaks, and “weak” links as it trickles through the golfer’s entire kinetic chain. It’s like wearing an internal girdle. (i.e. anti-rotation training) allows golfers to increase the strength of the muscles that generate this rotation and deceleration in their swing. The Double Over Method & Inertia Wave method are amazing shoulder and rotator cuff stability exercises. The above dynamic methods are extremely beneficial in the golf swing where an appropriate scapula position is required to optimize the transfer and generation of force during the swing. The scapula is a key component of control in the kinetic chain (i.e., generating force from the ground upwards, through the pelvis, torso, arms and ultimately the clubhead. Many PGA Pros and coaches know this as the kinematic sequence. Remember the shoulder generates around 20% of total clubhead speed. Hero Wave Method Thunder Slap and Oxygen Thief In the sagittal plane these Methods Super Charge your cardio vascular system as, they increase core temperature in lighting speed. Club head speed and carry distance improved dramatically after 5 minutes with these 3- Methods one after another. Moreover, an elongation of the anterior chain, and corrected posture posteriorly. More benefits Balance Training- Single leg stands while Waving Reactive Training – CNS Integrated Resistance Speed, Agility ans Quickness Training- Moving through Methods, no rest Cognitive Learning – Adaptation hand eye, Kinesthetic spatial awareness, and motor control Strength, Power Endurance Flexibility, Motor control, and Function  Why are there different patterns or 7 Methods of Use with the Inertia Wave? All 7 Methods of Use have different resultants / affects that effect energy systems, core engagement, balance, and stability. There is an obvious strength & endurance phase that challenges all paths and planes of motion in the human body. The Benefits of the Inertia Wave Anti-Flexion-strength-ABS Anti-Extension- strength-ABS Anti- Rotation- strength-ABS Enhanced Dynamic Posture  Acceleration / Deceleration of musculature Concentric / Eccentric patterns Strengthens Dynamic Stabilizers EPOC-Intense oxygen consumption pre- & post As the oscillating Wave travels along the tube, it collects energy & stores energy, then transports energy on a deep local level (core) and engages all things Strength & Muscle endurance related. Here are some verbal cues for the golfer-athlete to assist proper form - literally during the engagement: Hold end caps securely Wear safety straps, if you special ordered Mandatory to wear safety straps on Inertia Wave DUO Hold end caps, walk back, with elbows back, until if feels like its “slightly pulling you forward” Keep all your weight towards “heel box” (mid foot to back of ankle) Drive your elbows back (fists close to rib cage) and shake the water off your hands. Stand with feet no wider than 12 inches apart Try not to stand with your feet more than a squat stance Stay loose, and don’t muscle it, or it will be floppy, and not oscillate properly Always anchor the Inertia Wave 24-36 inches apart, waist line high. Do not stand tall, have a slight bend in ankles, knees, and hips. Act as if you’re addressing the ball in golf Try not to look down, look over the horizon Shake the water off your hands (Our favorite) Always Keep cervical posture neutral Try not to muscle it, the tubes will start to lose energy and slow down. Keep your hands as close to your ribcage- torso as possible Try not to extend your arms out in front of you PLEASE refer to inertiawave.com Please watch our videos Learn the 7 Methods of Use for the Inertia Wave (movements) and Creative Ways to Anchor the Inertia Wave Remember the "Sweet Spot" is 24-36 inches apart, waistline high (from the ground) Wake up the CNS (Central nervous system) pre-game warm-up

20 Tips on Using the Inertia Wave DUO

Posted on March 6, 2019
Here are some great verbal cues for coaches, and trainers Hold end caps securely Mandatory to wear safety straps on Inertia Wave DUO Hold end caps, walk back, with elbows back, until if feels like its “slightly pulling you forward” Keep all your weight towards “heel box” (mid foot to back of ankle) Drive your elbows back (fists close to rib cage) and shake the water off your hands. Stand with feet no wider than 12 inches apart Try not to stand with your feet more than a squat stance Stay loose, and don’t muscle it, or it will be floppy, and not oscillate properly Do not stand tall, have a slight bend in ankles, knees, and hips. Act as if you’re waiting to receive a serve in tennis Act as if you’re addressing the ball in golf Stand as if your waiting for someone to run at you Try not to look down Shake the water off your hands (Our favorite) Always Keep cervical posture neutral Try not to muscle it, the tubes will start to lose energy and slow down. Keep your hands as close to your torso as possible Try not to extend your arms out in front of you  A safer, more effective battle ropes alternative for High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Tabata workouts. The Inertia Wave DUO is far superior to the battle ropes blowing them away in core engagement, energy systems, caloric expenditure, and cognitive skills. Designed to enhance athletic performance, the Inertia Wave DUO was created for athletes, firefighters, military, law enforcement, and others who regularly engage in extremely demanding physical activities.

The Inertia Wave DUO is Limitless

Posted on February 21, 2019
"The Inertia Wave DUO is limitless." How does Inertia Wave DUO rise above the typical devices and claims? When it comes to the world of fitness and athletics, you need specially designed training tools. Top personal trainers, coaches, and team managers are giving their clients & athletes a competitive edge by incorporating the Inertia Wave DUO training strategy into their daily routines. Follow these simple Inertia Wave DUO workout methods, and you are guaranteed to reach your training goals. The most educated coaches and personal trainers will agree that when you introduce a movement that engages every muscle in your body. This in turn will activate core muscles (i.e. all internal muscles – as an example: muscles you don’t see in the mirror, hence the word "core"); these (local) deep muscles we call "core" are responsible to create a stroner platform, or foundation to exert force off of.  Now you can "fire a cannon out of a canoe" metaphorically speaking. You will be stronger at all things fitness, sports and health-related. The Inertia Wave Duo increases kinetic energy (energy the Inertia Wave DUO creates by the continuous wave pattern). Athletes rely on the precise timing of bodily movements. In contrast, activities that involve smooth and continuous rhythmic movements are more cognitive related, and both improve, speed and timing (lighting speed). With the Inertia Wave DUO, you get to perform movement-based timing transitions – rhythmic actions that rely on timing - and the Inertia Wave DUO has carry-over to fluid and continuous rhythmic movements as it supercharges the Cardiovascular Pulmonary System (CVP). What does this mean? This means is that the users will increase stamina and become less winded during extreme bouts or demands (i.e. less fatigued). Research shows after 6-weeks, 4x per week, practicing the 15 Methods of Use, you will be less winded in a 4-minute EXTREME bout at most anything you do outside of fitness, or directly related to tactical survival, or sports related activities. (Super Human "ALL OUT-ALL IN" for 4 minutes with the Inertia Wave DUO you will be less winded). We must activate or turn on our "inner force volume knob" What this industry is not telling you is this: most exercises do not activate core muscles. The fact is, deep stabilizing muscles (local) that are responsible for balance and stability, are what scientist call "a sleepy mechanism". Why? Most exercises rely on strong outer muscles (the ones you see in a mirror), so you may be told the marketing ploy that you are activating "core"; this is not true! Inertia Wave DUO is the original, scientifically proven device, that "turns on" all muscles (inner  and outer core) like an electrical charge, all internal forces, that are adding dynamic intrinsic engagement (calling all core muscles!). What we are trying to say is:  When you start to utilize the Inertia Wave DUO the external forces you and your partner are creating, are trickling through your entire muscular Skeletal System. Our team of fitness coaches, and certified trainers call it "Anatomical Combustion" (we think that’s a COOL analogy). Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast, hockey player, swimmer, cyclist, runner, boxer, martial artist, fighter, or participate in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, soccer, squash, lacrosse, or rugby, the Inertia Wave DUO will definitively increase overall strength, dip into all energy systems to a supercharged level. One more important key benefit is that it will strengthens your entire body. Another benefit is its ability to activate posterior chain, as it strengthens rotator cuff stability. Coaches, and athletes require dynamic rotational moves… it engages and strengthens the muscles rotating on the sling outside the waist line (simply stated). The Inertia Wave DUO has a resistance profile unlike any other device on the market today.  Since the Inertia Wave DUO is user friendly, the users are guiding & creating the oscillations of the tubes. Moreover, both ends of the tubes are capturing, building and sending energy (kinetic) into both sides of the tubes absorbed by the user (the energy which the Inertia Wave DUO contains because of the oscillating Wave) This "DUO" combination gives both participants or athletes the ultimate resistance equation. Not to be confused, we want to help you understand how to use this device. One side can be called the "Anchor" (AKA the "strong and stable" side). The Anchor is always trying to maintain a strong position, as the "Wave Maker" is creating the oscillating wave patterns by performing the 15 Methods of Use. The other side is called the "Wave Maker". This person is creating the energy displaced in the tubes, as he or she creates the oscillating waves. Alternatively, BOTH users can be Wave Makers trying to stay connected and engaged with one another. This is the MOST IMPORTANT sentence you will read: While using the Inertia Wave DUO you have a choice to have both users be the Wave Makers (going through the basic methods) - or - you can cue at any time for the opposite end (your partner) to just hold steady and try to control the force that YOU are creating as the Wave Maker. Some of the moves, specifically the Hurricane Walk, require both an Anchor and a Wave Maker. (See the Hurricane Walk and all other Methods of Use on our Videos Page)  Some facts for those who like the tech talk: The Inertia Wave DUO enhances a wide range of activities, such as: jogging, running, sprinting, jumping, lifting, pushing, pulling, bending, twisting, turning, standing, starting-stopping, climbing and lunging.  All these activities involve smooth, rhythmic motions in the three cardinal planes of movement - sagittal, frontal and transverse. FACT: The human body requires specific resistance profiles of training to enhance the coordinated working relationship between the nervous and muscular systems. Training to improve super human (more super than you have now) functional strength involves more than simply increasing the force-producing capability of a muscle or group of muscles. (Strength training alone does not cut it!) How can we directly enhance the performance of movements? Simply stated, the primary goal of the Inertia Wave DUO is to transfer kinetic energy whether you’re standing, walking, lunging, turning, sitting, shuffling, or kneeling. The energy is pulsating into and stored within the tubes thus creating a full body strength profile. The byproduct of practicing the 15 Methods of Use is to enhance performance of another movement. You do this to get better at that by affecting the entire neuromuscular, as well as the musculoskeletal system. FYI The body is not segmented (we are not made of separate parts), we are an integrated system; think in terms of multi-plane motions, not individual muscles. The Inertia Wave DUO calls upon the entire network of muscles, which controls joint actions, muscular movements, & internal core responsibilities.  The Inertia Wave DUO activates and coordinates the muscles of the lower legs, and upper limbs. As your oscillating the different methods, your brain will determine the appropriate set of muscles to activate. The "Wave Patterns" are an external force, thus, core musculature (Local) activates to overcome these external forces entering the body. Thus, a combination of information processing, coordination, mechanics, physics, and cognition. The Inertia Wave DUO regulates balance and stability as well.  It’s mandatory to wear the safety straps! Adjust the safety strap by slipping your hand through the Safety loop, rubber "half circle" over thumb side of wrist. (See insert card that was inside package) Slide the cord lock closer to the wrist, a half-inch away from your wrist. Place the end cap of Inertia Wave DUO in the palm of your hand and close your hand firmly.    More necessary information: A wave-circuit is a chosen number of methods one after another for a given number of seconds. (6-10 seconds of each move, then switch) There is no set number and no set time. Its all about challenging yourself and interacting with your partner. This is about communication! (also, about perceived rate of exertion) Let’s say you learn few of the methods (as seen in the video tutorial). In the first circuit, both partners decide to call out "Inertia Wave... Hero Wave with side shuffle... Cross Fire". Below explains what’s happening: The interaction of verbal ques, simultaneous hand eye coordination, combined with present skill sets all come into play. To keep things rhythmic, smooth, and coordinated, with a high cognitive value, both partners must increase awareness, timing, perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning. The interaction of both partners being equal is a cooperative or coordinated effort on the part of you and your partner acting together as a team or in the interests of an accomplishment.  The Inertia wave DUO TM was designed with the perfect resistance profile. We believe the techniques  and methods prescribed have the most carry-over to human function and athleticism without the stress and strain of extreme velocity residence training AKA strength training. Super fluid & easy on the joints, the methods place demand on the "most important muscles" in the body. We say this because they were designed by coaches, and certified qualified trainers with 20+ years of experience. The Inertia Wave DUO increases neural demand, as it provides a stress free supercharged therapeutic environment for the entire body. It’s not easy to explain (without boring you), however, the Inertia Wave DUO by moving the joints in the right environments (planes, paths, range) it creates a better platform to train for the muscles.

Battle Ropes vs. Inertia Wave DUO

Posted on February 21, 2019
Inertia Wave VS. Battle  Ropes The second you start the Methods of use with the Inertia Wave, and the Inertia Wave DUO  your body automatically engages the posterior chain.  The Inertia Wave is fundamentally different from battle ropes. After playing with one for a few days, you will agree. Battle ropes essentially have no stored energy and thus a very small energy potential… the attractiveness of elastomeric tubing of the Inertia wave over battle ropes is the amount of stored energy in the tubes themselves. The "Inertia Wave" tubes are alive: you move the tubes; the tubes move you. Jumping off the ground while the tubes are oscillating gives a euphoric feeling.   This not only corrects postural imbalances, it will relieve tight protracted shoulder girdle. The Inertia Wave has a constant pull and pressure based on the elasticity of the elastomer. The pull is constantly challenging the posterior chain to stabilize you from the start. The body inertia you create by disrupting the tubes engages the deep stabilizers and core musculature. (I call it pebble in a puddle) The force originates in and emanates out. When utilizing the 7-methods your metabolic control and energy levels increase which in turn challenge those systems needed to do quick, reflex, intense, bursts of energy in short 2-minute window durations. By performing the 7- Methods segueing from one method to the next, cognitively challenges proprioceptors for greater balance, giving you stronger proximal trunk stability.  Battle Ropes have the environment to constantly lift and slam abruptly thus challenge the tissue tension & end range of the muscles.  With Battle ropes you need to engage outer muscles just to assist during the lift and slam. Over time Battle Rope training increases tissue tensions thus creating pain, and muscular imbalances.  Battle Ropes keep you locked in one position the entire time. Inertia Wave touches on the quality of rhythm, as opposed battle ropes where you just muscle it. The Inertia wave gives you the opportunity to relax more and focus on your breathing and positioning of your body in all planes of motion vs to muscle it up and down which is the case of many athletes.  The Inertia Wave is a portable Tactile Metabolic Conditioning device. It is no joke, and only for people who want to or already are engaged in physical activities above the norm. A brief description of energy systems: Let’s look under the hood, shall we? Like a hybrid engine, your body has several ways of turning the stuff you eat into the stuff you do. All these metabolic energy systems are switched on during physical activity, but each plays a different role depending on available energy and the specific demands of the task. Each burns a fuel at a rate — thereby affecting fat loss and muscle gain. The adenosine triphosphate–creatine phosphate (ATP-CP) system, or phosphagen system, supports very brief, high-intensity activities like a single-effort vertical jump.  The glycolytic systemprovides energy for activities of slightly longer duration and lower intensity like strength training.  The oxidative system supports long-duration, lower-intensity activities like walking or distance running. The Inertia Wave "dips" into all three systems. The Inertia Wave burns fat so effectively is that it creates a significant “metabolic disturbance,” At the recover or cool down phase the Inertia Wave requires work from all three energy systems. For the fitness enthusiast, the take-home lesson is that, unless you’re a competitive endurance athlete, lots of long, slow cardio is probably not the best way to exercise your aerobic system. Higher-intensity activities all in all out may be a more effective and efficient way to build your cardiovascular system — and to burn fat.  The Inertia Wave is rhythmic, with its fluid oscillation decreases tension on the heart, as it engages all core (Inner) and global (outer) musculature. There is what’s called resting compression in muscle bellies. During hard core weight training your heart needs to break through blockages of insane muscle tension.  The Inertia Wave is like doing structured skill work, hence will decrease the brains demand, help with muscle tension in the 2-minute window. The more efficient the moves become, the better you’re with your breathing, the less byproducts are created, the less C02 needed to be blown off.  

The All-Engaging Inertia Wave DUO

Posted on February 21, 2019
See our entire selection of Inertia Waves & Video Tutorials. Inertia Wave DUO Facts Incorporating the Inertia Wave DUO is offering limitless training opportunities. The most versatile HIIT device ever created. Allows for a high intensity bout, in a very short window. Offers an optimized solution for Cardio Vascular / endurance demands of clients and athletes. High schools, training centers, colleges, and athletes look to the Inertia Wave DUO for its super charged CNS and Cardio Vascular benefits. Gives you a better result, and resistance profile than battle ropes, without the bulky storage and cost. The Inertia Wave DUO was created with the same quality and dedication to innovative training solutions that you have come to expect from a fitness company. Designed out of necessity-an industry first. A versatile light weight 2.6 lbs optimal device, space saving, anchor to open wall spaces, racks, rigs, or station-to-station, fencing, doors, rails, truck of car. A new proven concept, optimal speed and performance training device for athletes. Time is a limiting factor, Inertia Wave DUO allows you to achieve max VO2, in an extremely small window of seconds. Strength & Burn stations with an Inertia Wave DUO ready for engagement. Medium to High VO2 max Component Where mechanical & thermal energy ignite…optimal combination Light weight, easy storage, with the intensity of a battle rope with many more benefits! The Inertia Wave DUO is Limitless. Top personal trainers, coaches, and team managers are giving their clients, and athletes a competitive edge by incorporating the Inertia Wave DUO training strategy into their daily routines. Athletes rely on the precise timing of bodily movements. In contrast, activities that involve smooth and continuous rhythmic movements are more cognitive related, and both improve and increase speed and timing (lighting speed). With the Inertia Wave DUO you will perform movement-based timing transitions – rhythmic actions that rely on timing, and the Inertia Wave DUO has carry-over to fluid and continuous rhythmic movements as it supercharges the Cardiovascular Pulmonary System (CVP). It also wakes up the CNS. What this means is that the users will increase stamina and become less winded during extreme bouts or demands (i.e. less fatigued). More Benefits: A. Core Training Balance Training Reactive Training Integrated Resistance Speed, Agility & Quickness Training Cognitive Learning Anti-Flexion-strength-ABS Anti-Extension- strength-ABS Anti- Rotation- strength-ABS Enhanced Dynamic Posture Acceleration / Deceleration of musculature Concentric / Eccentric patterns Strengthens Dynamic Stabilizers EPOC-Intense oxygen consumption pre- & post  As the oscillating wave travels along the tubes it collects energy & stores energy. The greater the Wave from the user, the more energy pulses back into the body. The oscillating waves transport energy on a deep local level (core) and engages all things Strength & Muscle endurance related. Most purposeful the Inertia Wave DUO gives us the ability to "feel" or sense what one's muscles are doing as they perform the wave patterns. The Inertia Wave DUO goes through several planes of motion. The user adapts to these planes based on spatial and kinetic awareness. Repeated motion in which the Inertia Wave DUO repeats the same movement over and over. Alternating the current to which it moves, as it builds energy in the tubes. The oscillations you perform pump energy into the lines, (tubes) and you work against that energy to get your workout. That allows for an extremely lightweight/portable exercise device that has the capacity for a gargantuan workout. The lines provide constant feedback on the rhythm and forces you are “able” to apply. Just like the European power grid, if you don't provide enough power, your oscillating frequency may suffer. It will look floppy, and energy will decrease. Keeping the fluid, rhythmic, oscillations will pulse the energy into the tubes, and that energy will charge right back into your body. As a comparison, using battle ropes, all the energy goes into the ground. (Dead Energy). Top 10 reasons the Inertia Wave DUO is amazing Composed by Phil Earnhardt, MIT Phil studied Electrical Engineering at MIT. For the last 20 years, he has studied Bio-tensegrity from an engineering perspective and worked with manual and movement professionals. Hand strength is important. While we cannot change the size of our hands, we can improve our hand strength. When moving with the Inertia Wave DUO, we intentionally engage our hands with oscillating movement in all directions. The Inertia Wave DUO increases our hand strength and relieves the chronically-held hand tensions. Inertia Wave DUO provides a highly intense workout in a 2-pound package. The resistance of the workout is generated by the user: the exerciser is working against the inertia of the waves that they are creating. In a classical mechanical impedance model, this energy is called “reactance”. The wave-nature of Inertia Wave DUO exercises makes for a very material-efficient and cost-efficient workout. While IW workouts have similar motions to Battle Rope workouts, the Inertia Wave DUO feels much more alive. You are pulsing energy into the lines, and the lines are pulsing energy back at you. In terms of that stored-energy impedance model, the IW has a “Q Factor” (or Quality Factor) of around 5. The Quality Factor of Battle Ropes is far less than 1. This doesn’t mean that Battle Ropes are a “bad” workout, but it does mean that Inertia Workouts are far more interesting. You must control the movement — absorb the energy — of Inertia Wave DUO oscillations with eccentric contractions. Besides adding to the aerobic load, these motion-controlling movements help relax the body. The Inertia Wave DUO is safe and easy to deploy most anywhere. The nylon anchors work well for all situations. It’s easy to travel with the Inertia Wave DUO. If you’re going on a week-log trip, consider bagging the lW and packing in your luggage, bookbag, knapsack, or rucksack. Inertia Wave DUO exercises are both a muscular and neurological workout. The “oxygen thief” exercises, is extremely beneficial because our CNS must figure out how to pulse the tubes when our feet are off the ground. Inertia Wave DUO exercises are extremely low impact. Since you can pump much energy into the Inertia Wave DUO, HIIT exercises can have arbitrary intensity. The last work segment of your Inertia Wave DUO workout may be the longest 20 seconds of your life. The Inertia Wave DUO is great for developing symmetrical strength and coordination. Your “Inertia Wave DUO” (exercise #1) will almost certainly have a higher amplitude on one side, and your “super typhoon” (exercise will have a strong and a weak side. The Crossfire will super charge your oblique system, as it strengthens for anti-torsion, and rotation.  The lines (tubes) don’t judge, but it will give you immediate feedback on how you are moving. When you play with the Inertia Wave DUO, you’ll feel awkward. You may feel silly. You’ll make mistakes. When pulsing sideways, you’ll have the lines slap against each other — killing their inertia — and you’ll have to start over again. Keep waving. You’ll surprise yourself with your progress. If you’re not careful, you may find yourself having fun.  What is Inertia Wave DUO oscillation? Repeated motion in which the Inertia Wave DUO repeats the same movement over and over. Alternating the current to which it moves, as it builds energy in the tubes. The oscillations you perform pump energy into the lines, (tubes) and you work against that energy to get your workout. That allows for extremely lightweight/portable exercise device that has the capacity for a gargantuan workout. The lines provide constant feedback on the rhythm and forces you're “able” to apply. Just like the European power grid, if you don't provide enough power, your oscillating frequency may suffer. It will look floppy, and energy will decrease. Keeping the fluid, rhythmic, oscillations will pulse the energy into the tubes, and that energy will charge right back into your body. As a comparison using battle ropes, all the energy goes into the ground. (Dead Energy). A portable High Intensity Interval Training device (HITT) device designed to enhance athletic performance for athletes, firefighters, military or law enforcement personnel, and others who regularly engage in extremely demanding physical activities. The Inertia Wave DUO is a safer, more effective High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) or Tabata alternative to the Battle Ropes blowing them away in core engagement, energy systems, caloric expenditure, and cognitive skills. See our entire selection of Inertia Waves & Video Tutorials.

The Inertia Wave is Limitless

Posted on November 2, 2018
How does Inertia Wave rise above the typical devices and claims? When it comes to the world of fitness and athletics, you need specially designed training tools. Top personal trainers, coaches, and team managers are giving their clients, and athletes a competitive edge by incorporating the Inertia Wave training strategy into their daily routines. Follow these simple Inertia Wave workout principles, and you are guaranteed to reach your training goals. The most educated coaches and personal trainers will agree that when you introduce a movement that engages every muscle in your body, this in turn will activate core muscles (i.e. all internal muscles – as an example: muscles you don’t see in the mirror, hence the word CORE); these (local) deep muscles we call CORE are responsible to create a STRONGER platform, or foundation to exert force off of.  Now you can “fire a cannon out of a canoe” metaphorically speaking. You will be stronger at ALL THINGS FITNESS, SPORTS, AND HEATH RELATED. The Inertia Wave increases Kinetic Energy (energy the Inertia Wave creates by the continuous Wave pattern). The Kinetic Energy increase as the user increases his or her intensity. The potential / kinetic energy increases specific to the tube’s location, and / or environment. Athletes rely on the precise timing of bodily movements. In contrast, activities that involve smooth and continuous rhythmic movements are more cognitive related, and both improve and increase speed and timing (lighting speed). The challenge with movement velocity (“residence training” – given reps and sets) is that it declines as we become fatigued.  With the Inertia Wave you will perform movement-based timing transitions – rhythmic actions that rely on timing, and the Inertia Wave has carry-over to fluid and continuous rhythmic movements as it supercharges the Cardiovascular Pulmonary System (CVP). What this means is that the users will increase stamina and become less winded during extreme bouts or demands (i.e. less fatigued). WE MUST ACTIVATE OR TURN ON THIS “INNER FORCE VOLUME KNOB” What this industry is not telling you is…most exercises DO NOT ACTIVATE CORE MUSCLES. The fact is, deep stabilizing muscles (local) that are responsible for balance and stability, are what scientist call “A SLEEPY MECHANISAM”. WHY? Most exercises rely on strong outer muscles (the ones you see in a mirror) so you may be told (marketing ploy) you are activating “CORE”; this is not true! Inertia Wave is the original, scientifically proven device, that TURNS ON all muscles (Inner and Outer-Core) like an electrical charge, all internal forces, that are adding dynamic intrinsic engagement (calling all core muscles!). What we are trying to say is: when you start to utilize the Inertia Wave the external forces you and your partner are creating are trickling through your entire muscular Skeletal systems. Our team of fitness coaches and certified trainers call it “Anatomical Combustion” – We think that’s a COOL analogy. Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast, hockey player, swimmer, cyclist, runner, boxer, martial artist, fighter, or participate in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, soccer, squash, lacrosse, or rugby, the Inertia Wave  will definitively increase overall strength, dip into all energy systems to a supercharged level, as it strengthens your entire body. Another benefit is its ability to stabilize posterior chain, as it strengthens rotator cuff stability. Coaches, and athletes require dynamic rotational moves…it engages and strengthens the muscles rotating on the sling outside the waist line (simply stated). The Inertia Wave  has a resistance profile unlike any other device on the market today.  Since the Inertia Wave  is user friendly… the users are guiding and creating the oscillations of the tubes. Moreover, both ends of the tubes are capturing, building and sending energy (Potential-Kinetic) into both sides of the tubes absorbed by the user (the energy which the Inertia Wave  contains because of the oscillating Wave) This combination gives participants / athletes the ultimate resistance equation.

SCSU Metabolic Testing Labs / Human Performance Labs

Posted on September 19, 2018
TEST RESULTS FROM SCSUMetabolic Testing Labs / Human Performance Labs Dave PariseFix My Fitness Club LLCPRODUCT: Inertia Wave Metabolic Conditioning Device3013 Dixwell Ave.Hamden, CT 06518 Dave Parise  RE: Inertia Wave Submitted below are the results from your metabolic testing with the INERTIA WAVETM tool inthe SCSU Human Performance Laboratory on 30 January 2018. Exercise time was 2.0 minutes. Passive (standing) recovery was 5.0 minutes. Expired gases werecollected for each duration using indirect calorimetry. METsA MET (metabolic equivalent) is a unit of exercise intensity, and also a multiple of restingmetabolism. 1 MET equal’s metabolism at rest. In only 2.0 min, you were working at 10 METs, which means you were working at a rate 10 times greater than that of resting. Oxygen consumption (VO2)In only 2.0 min, your oxygen consumption was 36 mL/kg/min. This was close to your maximum oxygen consumption (again, achieved in only 2.0 min). Respiratory exchange ratio (RER)RER is a measure of fuel contribution (carbohydrate vs. fat) during activity. Values approaching1.0 indicate more carbohydrate utilization, and the value is also an indicator of exercise intensity.At 90 seconds, your RER value was 1.02, indicating the intensity of the exercise. Kilocalorie expenditureIn only 3.0 min, you expended 46.27 kcal. This equates to an expenditure of 925.50 kcal/hr. Heart RateIn only 2.0 min, a heart rate of 176 beats per min was achieved, which is likely the maximumheart rate. Recovery & EPOCDuring 5 minutes of passive (standing) recovery, oxygen consumption remained elevated aboveresting, and energy expenditure was still double that of resting (2.l METs) at the end of 5minutes. Dr. William Lund Director, Human Performance Laboratory, Southern Connecticut State University,  

Inertia Wave - A Physical Therapists Perspective

Posted on June 18, 2018
Inertia Wave is a multi-faceted rehabilitation and performance enhancing device. The Inertia Wave T.M. will improve sports performance, strength, cardio along with superior muscle endurance, neuromuscular re-education. It enhances back stabilization, and is a superior proprioceptive stabilizer.  This light weight easy store, easy transportable product is safe, and effective to use at all levels of need and ability; Young and seasoned athletes, amateur and professional, as well as the weekend warriors. Everyone can benefit with the use of the Inertia Wave. Your skill level only dictates your own personal output of energy. All levels will feel the challenge of the various body systems at use. Additional, the neuro-compromised patient benefits with the proprioceptive feedback, and joint stabilizing muscle contractions.  When needed the Inertia Wave can also can be used to challenge the compromised balance patient, with the need to find center of gravity, while creating and controlling a dynamic movement pattern.  Lumbar stabilization the principle of stabilizing the smaller core musculature (local) vs the larger outer (global) muscles are optimized with the Inertia Wave. Te Inertia Wave will control the dynamic movement  in a static stance as well as a dynamic stance, the typically less used spinal stabilizing musculature and coordinated neuromuscular responses are challenged in a safe Non-axial loading but weight bearing method. Unlike a traditional battle rope (dead energy) which may be too heavy to hold for the post-operative patient and elderly patient, the Inertia Wave is light weight and its feedback is based on your own inertia energy placed into it as well as distance of stance from is anchor position.  Unlike traditional exercise tubing, it’s a higher grade (Prorietary)  that will withstand various conditions of use and resistance.  FOR MORE INFO OR TO WATCH VIDEOS OF INERTIA WAVE IN ACTION CLICK HERE  Benefits; proximal stabilization of the GH / scapular jts, Hip and ankle joints balance and proprioceptive training lumbar stabilization and deep core re-education cardiac endurance CNS and strength fatigue training cognitive and dexterity re-education  affordability and cost effective for prescriptive home exercise use.   Keith D. Steigbigel, PT, DPT, CSCS   Dr. Keith Steigbigel, an adjunct professor in our School of Health Sciences and owner at Prolete Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine of Milford, guides Sarah Van Buiten DPT ’18 through the treatment of patient Maci Pastir. Keith Steigbigel knows the high value of the Quinnipiac physical therapy department better than most people. After all, he’s not only taught in the program for about as long as the current students are old — but he has also hired several alumni and students to work at his practice — as clinicians and interns. PROFESSIONAL  EXPERIENCE:   Prolete Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, PC.                                       Milford, CT.                                        December 2015- Present President and Clinical director of operations.      Quinnipiac University, North Haven, CT Health Science campus.                                       Spring 2011-Present. Adjunct Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, Modalities, Gross Anatomy, Kinesiology, Palpation. Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Frank Netter School of Medicine. Research within both The Frank Netter School of Medicine and the Department of Physical Therapy.   Clinical instructor; Quinnipiac University Sacred Heart University Uconn University Of Hartford Scranton University University Of Vermont   Lecturer; The Connecticut Pediatric Association The Frank Netter School of Medicine CPTA Crossfit community (multiple Crossfit gyms throughout CT)   Team Physical Therapist for Crossfit Milford Northeast Regionals 2012-2018 World Games 2014-2017   Physical Therapist, Co-owner, Vice President, Quinnipiac Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, P.C. Milford, Hamden, North Haven, CT. August 2002- December 2015 Responsible for patient care in two of the three owned clinics.     Shared responsibility of the 20 full and part time employees.     Physical therapy Consultation, Ergonomic, Yale New Haven Hospital. Department of Pathology. 2009. Anatomy lecture regarding posture, Individual evaluation and ergonomic desk set ups.          Physical Therapist, Office Director, Quinnipiac Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. Hamden, CT. October 2001-2002 Continued director and primary clinician of the Spring Glen     Physical Therapist, Office Director, Spring Glen Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. Hamden, CT.  April 2000 – October 2001. Director and clinician at two of four independently PT owned         Physical Therapy offices; Spring Glen Physical Therapy and Sports         Medicine, Hamden CT, and Shelton Physical Therapy and Sports                                           Medicine, Shelton CT.  Physical Therapist, Griffin Hospital Physical Medicine Department, Derby, CT.  November 1997-March 2000 Staff physical therapist within community hospital based department, servicing both inpatients and outpatients. Staff member and consulting physical therapist for hospital based Cardiac Rehabilitation Department. Chosen member by the CEO for Growth Inc. consulting group responsible for the development of strategic planning to improve and promote growth of hospital services. Clinical instructor for physical therapy students Assist in medical student education Active mentor for the Sacred Heart University Mentor program Chosen by CEO to head up a sports medicine program at local Ansonia High School  Physical Therapy Consultant, Education Training, Hamden, CT. April 1998-1999. Responsible for the development and revision of a 50 hour Physical Therapy Aide training program curriculum. Responsible for the training of newly hired program instructors.  Exercise Physiologist, Griffin Hospital Physical Medicine Department, Derby, CT. May 1997-September 1997 Prescribe and implement therapeutic exercise programs under the guidance of a staff physical therapist. Supervise and monitor phase three cardiac rehabilitation exercise programs as an integral member of a unique multi-faceted Heart Disease Reversal Program within the cardiac rehabilitation department.    Education:             Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy, April 2011                                  Northeastern University, Boston, MA. 02115 Clinical Orthopaedic concentration              Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy, January 1998               The University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT 06117.               College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions. Graduated with honors, magna cum laude. Selected member of the Alpha Chi Honor Society – Beta Chapter Dean’s List (4 of 4 semesters) President’s list (GPA 3.75 requirement)                                           Bachelor of Arts, Physiology of Exercise and Sport, May 1992    The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH 44691. Distinction of Honors on Senior Thesis Senior thesis published, The Journal of Swimming Research Granted admission for semester at University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia All Conference and All American Consideration in Varsity Swimming  Clinical Affiliations:        Gaylord Hospital Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, Outpatient rehabilitation and Sports Medicine rotation. New Haven, CT  September – October 1997. SUNY Stony Brook University Hospital, Neuro-rehabilitation, Inpatient and NICU rotation. Stony Brook, LI. March – May 1997 Griffin Hospital Physical Therapy, Inpatient/ Outpatient general rehabilitation / Wound care rotation.  Derby, CT. May – July 1996.  PUBLICATIONS:   Becket, K.D. & Steigbigel, K.D. (1993). Effects of Warm Down Techniques on the Removal of Lactic Acid Following Maximal Human Performance. The Journal of Swimming Research, 9, 32-35.  Certifications and Memberships:       Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, CSCS, National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), 2003- present APTA and CPTA, 1995- present American Red Cross Instructor for Community CPR 1994- present        

MIT Paper by Phil Earnhardt Engineering, MIT

Posted on April 12, 2018
Dave Parise's "Inertia Wave" is another exercise device to hack the mechanical impedance of our bodies. If you are an impedance geek, it may be the best exercise device ever invented. Our hands are the junction point for a classical impedance network. Oscillations pump energy into the lines, and you work against that energy to get your workout. That allows for an extremely lightweight/portable exercise device that has the capacity for a gargantuan workout. The lines provide constant feedback on the rhythm and forces you're able to apply. Just like the European power grid, if you don't provide enough power, your oscillating frequency may suffer. I like the selfie video by Tori Brillantes, especially where she pauses in her workout: https://vimeo.com/242497786I did a writeup for Dave about his toy last weekComposed by Phil Earnhardt. Phil studied Electrical Engineering at MIT. For the last 20 years, he has studied Biotensegrity from an engineering perspective and worked with manual and movement professionals. Please send questions/comments/feedback to Phil Earnhardt Top 10 reasons the Inertia Wave is a Cool Tool10. Hand strength is important. While we cannot change the size of our hands, we can improve our hand strength. 😀 When moving with the Inertia Wave, we tensionally engage our hands with oscillating movement in all directions. The Inertia Wave increases our hand strength and relieves the chronically-held hand tensions of desktop warriors.9. Inertia Wave provides a highly intense workout in a 2-pound package. The resistance of the workout is generated by the user: the exerciser is working against the inertia of the waves that they are creating. In a classical mechanical impedance model, this energy is called “reactance”. The wave-nature of Inertia Wave exercises makes for a very material-efficient and cost-efficient workout.8. While IW workouts have similar motions to Battle Rope workouts, the Inertia Wave feels much more alive. You are pulsing energy into the lines, and the lines are pulsing energy back at you. In terms of that stored-energy impedance model, the IW has a “Q Factor” (or Quality Factor) of around 5. The Quality Factor of Battle Ropes is far less than 1. This doesn’t mean that Battle Ropes are a “bad” workout, but it does mean that Inertia Workouts are far more interesting.7. You must control the movement — absorb the energy — of Inertia Wave oscillations with eccentric contractions. Besides adding to the aerobic load, these motion-controlling movements help relax the body.6. The Inertia Wave is safe and easy to deploy most anywhere. The nylon anchors work well for most situations, and specialized anchors are available at Amazon and other sporting goods supply vendors. It’s easy to travel with the Inertia Wave. If you’re going on a week-log trip, consider bagging the lines and packing in your luggage.5. Inertia Wave exercise are both a muscular and neurological workout. I particularly like jumps during the “oxygen thief” exercises, because our CNS must figure out how to pulse the lines when our feet are off the ground.4. Inertia Wave exercises are extremely low impact.3. Since you can pump much energy into the Inertia Wave, HIIT exercises can have arbitrary intensity. The last work segment of your Inertia Wave workout may be the longest 20 seconds of your life.2. The Inertia Wave is great for developing symmetrical strength and coordination. Your “inertia wave” (exercise #1) will almost certainly have a higher amplitude on one side, and your “super typhoon” (exercisewill have a strong and a weak side. The line doesn’t judge, but it will give you immediate feedback on how you are moving.1. When you play with the Inertia Wave, you’ll feel awkward. You may feel silly. You’ll make mistakes. When pulsing sideways, you’ll have the lines slap against each other — killing their inertia — and you’ll have to start over again. Keep waving. You’ll surprise yourself with your progress. If you’re not careful, you may find yourself having fun.Composed by Phil Earnhardt. Phil studied Electrical Engineering at MIT. For the last 20 years, he has studied Biotensegrity from an engineering perspective and worked with manual and movement professionals. 

The Top 10 Reasons the Inertia Wave Is a Cool Tool

Posted on April 9, 2018
Composed by Phil Earnhardt. Phil studied Electrical Engineering at MIT. For the last 20 years, he has studied Biotensegrity from an engineering perspective and worked with manual and movement professionals.  10. Hand strength is important. While we cannot change the size of our hands, we can improve our hand strength. The Inertia Wave does that! When moving with the Inertia Wave, we tensionally engage our hands with oscillating movement in all directions. The Inertia Wave increases our hand strength, and relieves the chronically-held hand tensions of desktop warriors. 9. Inertia Wave provides a highly intense workout in a 3-pound package. The resistance of the workout is generated by the user: the exerciser is working against the inertia of the waves that they are creating. In a classical mechanical impedance model, this energy is called “reactance”. The wave-nature of the Inertia Wave exercises makes for a very material-efficient and cost-efficient workout. 8. While IW workouts have similar motions to Battle Rope workouts, the Inertia Wave feels much more alive. You are pulsing energy into the lines, and the lines are pulsing energy back at you. In terms of that stored-energy impedance model, the IW has a “Q Factor” (or Quality Factor) of around 10. 7. The Quality Factor of Battle Ropes is far less than 1. This doesn’t mean that Battle Ropes are a “bad” workout, but it does mean that Inertia Workouts are far more interesting. 6. The Inertia Wave is safe and easy to deploy most anywhere. The nylon anchors we sell on our website work well for most situations, and specialized anchors are available at Amazon and other sporting goods supply vendors. 5.  It’s easy to travel with the Inertia Wave. If you’re going on a week-log trip, consider bagging the elastomeres in your luggage. 4. Inertia Wave exercises are both a muscular and neurological workout. I particularly like jumps during the “oxygen thief” exercises, because our CNS has to figure out how to pulse the lines when our feet are off the ground. 3. Inertia Wave exercises are extremely low impact. Since you can pump much energy into the Inertia Wave, HIIT exercises can have arbitrary intensity. The last work segment of your Inertia Wave workout may be the longest 20 seconds of your life.2. The Inertia Wave is great for developing symmetrical strength and coordination. Your “inertia wave” (exercise #1) will almost certainly have a higher amplitude on one side, and your “super typhoon” (exercise #6) will have a strong and a weak side. The line doesn’t judge, but it will give you immediate feedback on how you are moving. 1. When you play with the Inertia Wave, you’ll feel awkward. You may feel silly. You’ll make mistakes. When pulsing sideways, you’ll have the lines slap against each other — killing their inertia — and you’ll have to start over again. You’ll surprise yourself with your progress. If you’re not careful, you may find yourself having fun. The greatest benifit for general population is its test resultants. The Inertia Wave burned 46-48 calories in a three-minute bout. CHECK OUT MORE VIDEOS HERE  - A  Formal Analysis for 20 years @ MIT  Phil Earnhardt. 

The Top 10 Battle Rope Workouts Compared to the Inertia Wave

Posted on March 31, 2018
WE DON'T LIKE TO COMPARE  After a study group of 22 athletes in the follwing fields: Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Baseball, IFBB Pro (placed top 10 in 2014 olympia) Basketball, wrestling, tennis, and avid Iron man triathletes. All compairing products Battle Ropes that have one anchor point. (On the ground attached to a loop, weight, weighted plate, or wrapped around a pole like structure.)  One particular rope had a bungee like feel and an outer protective cover. Every athlete was then told to perform what they know how to do while using a battle type rope.   The results of Battle Ropes, and a  product that has a bungee like feel VS. Inertia Wave. The comments: All athletes felt tension and stress with the ropes. All athletes expressed a slight added pressure in thier wrist joint. All athletes agreed the battle ropes felt like dead energy and more anaerobic than aerobic.  All athletes made reference to the lack of different paths or planes to which the ropes could move, it was more like muscle up and down, too much tension. Some stated "I get enough activity in my strengh training program, I don't need more strain and stress with a rope".  The results / statements of the Inertia Wave VS. The "bungee type feel" of this other product like a battling rope.   "I love the fact it anchors off the ground, and wide apart, my wrist is in line with my elbow "Makes sence" and will go in every path of motion. "The ropes will not do that' "I feel it within 30 seconds, and my back muscles are engadged. I felt no stress in my anterior shoulder, or arms. I was winded after 30 seconds!  There is no comparision to the spring like rope, or the battle rope- This blows it away!  You cant do a transverse oscillations with a battle rope, No engagment of deep core muscles with battle ropes. I prefer the feel of the Inertia wave as it helps with anti-twist and rotation. The ropes are one plane as you stress your wrists, neck and shoulder girdle. The Inertia Wave is smooth flows like water. Far superior,  and I can travel with it anywhere! At 2.4 lbs its a little killer"

The Inertia Wave Will Get You lean

Posted on March 8, 2018
HITT Benifits Metabolic Conditioning  Science publications regarding EPOC "Excess post-exercise consumption" have proven you burn 18 percent more calories two hours following a High Intenstiy Interval  type training workout. In addition its helping you burn more calories for weight loss, enhance athletic abilites for both strength and the cognative benifits.  HITT helps you lose abdominal fat while retaining muscle mass, improves aerobic and anaerobic fitness. (Strength & Endurance)  A Human over the age of 23 needs 150 minutes of aerobic exercise every week. However statistics have shown the average Human get less than 60 minutes.  The Inertia Wave with its oscillating wave patterns surpasses the typical cardio bout. Fact is it exceeds the intensity output that of double under jump ropes .  Using the Inertia Wave (Metabolic Conditioning Device) along with the 7- Methods of use- will help you reach your fitness goals faster than traditional aerobic exercise because it increases your calorie-burning capacity, even after you're done working out.  The great thing is you need little to no time compared to long duration conditioning. For example, you might perform the THUNDER SLAP, or Super Tyhpoon  for 30 seconds followed by a 1 minute INERTIA WAVE (The first pattern shown in the VIDEO tutoral "7- METHODS OF USE")  and then repeat this throughout the duration of your workout. This type of pattern performed 6 times with the Inertia Wave helps you burn more calories, well after you're done working out. Strength Training to Build Muscle In addition to the INERTIA WAVE,  add to  your fitness routine strength-training exercises that work all the major muscle groups at least two days a week. Use free weights, resistance bands or body resistant exercises such as squats, lunges, rows, and pull-ups to gain strength and build muscle. To get the most benefits, repeat each exercise to the point where you can't do one more repetition without help.  The Inertia Wave can be done anytime, anywhere! Watch our videos to learn more!

Inertia Wave Metabolic Conditioning Device / Workouts

Posted on March 3, 2018
Metabolic Kickstart with IW-MetCon (Inertia Wave Metabolic Conditioning) If you're not ready for the intensity of Metabolic Conditioning you can adopt a workout program that will prepare you for the more rigorous demands of metabolic conditioning. For example:  Inertia Wave Circuits Whether you're performing strength circuits, cardio circuits or a combination, circuit training replicates one element of MetCon (Metabolic Conditioning) is defined by compelling you to move from one exercise to another with either short rests or no rests in between. Practice your 7-Methods of Use one after another with 60 or more REST seconds between each set. (Go by the way you feel) As your fitness improves and you become accustomed to the no Rest sets. After a few shorts weeks you will start reducing the REST sets each time, decreasing by 10-15 seconds or, eventually, removing the REST sets altogether. You now will be doing all 7-Methods in a row 10-15 seconds of each!  (YOU ROCK!) This simple act will increase the metabolic demand on your body, and that's what IW-MetCon is all about.  Change different elements in your workouts.  Changing the Metabolic demands on your body can be as simple as lifting heavier weights, working slightly harder during cardio sessions, adopting less REST after a set, performing 30-60 seconds of Inertia Wave 7-Methods of Use after a strength move, or a body weight exercise such as a plank or hip thrust.  Why? and what are the benefits?  High EPOC level is associated with elevated metabolism and increased secretion of growth hormone and noradrenaline. These hormones help break down stores of FAT and increase their use as a fuel source. With the Inertia Wave TM there is a significant caloric cost for the body to return the body to its resting state. This includes replenishing depleted energy reserves, repairing cellular damage, clearing metabolic byproducts and facilitating tissue growth. The net effect lasts as long as 36 hours after exercise, burning as many as 150 calories a day beyond resting levels. Wait what’s the catch?  You need to work out intensely to maximize EPOC. That makes the Inertia Wave TM homerun when it comes to slimming down and shaping up and becoming a Super Human athlete. It’s a fantastic metabolic conditioning device but is quite advanced. Whether you are totally novice, or the elite athlete, or somewhere in between, you will progress and adapt within 3 weeks.  Circuit with machines, weights, and the Inertia Wave  If you want to rev up your or your client’s fat burning potential, circuit training can provide a better caloric burn for their workout buck. The traditional way that most people lift weights is to do a set of repetitions, wait, rest, do another set and repeat. (Oh, I forgot & talk to their friends about their weekend) Certainly, there’s nothing wrong with training in this manner. In fact, it’s an excellent way to build strength and develop muscle, and friends. Circuit training is carried out by performing a set of an exercise then moving directly to a different exercise and then adding the Inertia Wave TM for 30 INTENSE seconds. The idea is to keep your heart rate elevated so that they continue burning a maximal number of calories as they lift, and WAVE.  It’s an advanced way to build muscles and strip away fat: a win/wave proposition.

Inertia Wave Benefits vs Battle Ropes

Posted on February 6, 2018
A scientist’s perspective -The physics Specifically: why the Inertia Wave it is far more interesting than battle ropes. Its a great user friendly alternative. The Inertia Wave device demonstrates the science of mechanical impedance. Its conclusive while using the Inertia Wave, it's a tremendous "cognitive challenge." That makes perfect sense: while the user is driving the elastic lines, creating different paths of motion, keeping the energy in the tubes / lines all in different planes, the lines are driving back on the user. The critical term from physics is an "impedance match": altering the concert of tensions in our bodies to be fully engaged with the Inertia Wave. Unless you are cognitively engaged, the Inertia Wave will take you to an uncordinated place, knock you around. I suspect you have a vastly superior tool.  Former MIT associate by Phil Earnhardt 20-year Engineering MIT 

HIIT - Metabolic Conditioning

Posted on January 6, 2018
HIIT with Inertia Wave Metabolic Conditioning What does this mean? High-Intensity Interval Training. The premise is simple: Combining super charged high intensity aerobic bouts, (1-minute) with lower intensity bouts. Conclusive large clinical studies have consistently shown that HITT training helps to stimulate the sympathetic nervous system to utilize FAT as a substrate (fuel) compared to steady-state exercise. Moreover you / your clients will benefit tremendous results in less than half the time VS. steady state exercise. Elevated growth hormone and noradrenaline levels 2-hormones help break down stores of fat and increase their use as a fuel source. But wait, there’s MORE!!!   HIIT not only optimizes fat burning during the exercise session, it keeps you or your client’s metabolism elevated long after the 12 minutes session.  This is due to (excess post-exercise oxygen consumption EPOC) or what I call the afterburn.The increased hormones are elevated along with a Super -Charged metabolism.  Simply put: there is a significant caloric burn or thermic effect for the body to return the body to its resting temperature state. These processes replenishing depleted energy reserves, repair cell damage, clear metabolic byproducts and enhance tissue growth. Here’s the cool factor: The net after burn effect lasts if 24-36 hours after you finish the exercise, burning more than 150 calories a day beyond a waking state (resting) The Wave Factor:  When using the Inertia Wave, you need to work out intensely to maximize EPOC. As hard as you can (under control) performing every Method of the 7 in total.  It’s a fantastic metabolic conditioning device.

Daily Burn Program - EPOC/MetCon

Posted on January 4, 2018
Can Metabolic Conditioning transform your body in 12 minutes?  No not possible!   HOWEVER can  intense  bouts of 60-second Inertia Wave Methods of Use done 12 minutes per day ...4x per week get you  AMAZING results over the course of several weeks? The answer is YES!  The Science Behind Going All Out with the Inertia Wave. “The goal of metabolic conditioning is to train your body to work at a higher intensity and increase the efficiency of storage and delivery of energy.”The prevailing wisdom many years ago was that long endurance training sessions were necessary to improve your cardiovascular system. Now, research suggests there’s more than one way to improve your cardio fitness. Study after study has continued to show that interval training, the art of alternating high-intensity with low-intensity efforts, can be beneficial for your heart and lungs. High-intensity training can also be just as effective as traditional endurance training at burning fat. And thanks to the afterburn effect, (EPOC) You will continue to burn calories and fat immediately following your all-out training session.    HIIT (high-intensity interval training). Enter: metabolic conditioning, aka MetCon, a specific type of interval training designed to improve the delivery of nutrients to the body with set rest and work ratios. This increase in efficiency translates to other activities so you can lower your time in your next mud run or even your next marathon. The goal of metabolic conditioning is to train your body to work at a higher intensity and increase the efficiency of storage and delivery of energy. The methods behind the protocol involve pushing your heart and body to the max before allowing a brief period of recovery and then repeating.  The more you do this, the more efficient you become meaning your body is able to deliver oxygen, pump blood, and meet the demands of exercise with less work. So how exactly can 12 minutes of high-intensity exercise with the Inertia Wave mimic the effects of a longer cardio session?  The answer lies in specific enzymes and cell signaling pathways stimulated by all-out effort. In short, the “on” periods where you’re working as hard as possible create a cascade of events within the body that leads to beneficial adaptations such as an increase in mitochondria (the “power plant” of the body) and an increase in our ability to burn fat for fuel.  Movements like bodyweight squats, which are easily modifiable and can be done virtually anywhere. Complex, full-body exercises also beat out machine-based variations that are predictable, and have no cary over to real life or function.  The Inertia Wave MetCon recomendation:  A 30-on/30-off ratio would mean you’re going all-out for 30 seconds, followed by a 30 second rest. Not quite up to speed? Move to 20/40 or 15/45 depending until you build up your fitness level. The key is to push yourself towards your max heart rate. Use your precieved rate of exertion and start slowly.  The Inertia Wave is more intense than double unders in jump rope. Your goal is to perform the 7- Methods of Use, in a row non-stop in a 60 second window...then rest 2- MINUTES. Doing that 12 times! Thats the Daily Burn MetCon with the Inertia Wave.

Inertia Wave VS. Battling Ropes

Posted on November 6, 2017
The second you start the 7-Methods of use with the Inertia Wave, your body automatically engages the posterior chain. The Inertia Wave is fundamentally different from battle ropes. After playing with one for a few days, you will agree.  I think these elastic tubes have a Q Factor of ~5 (depending on the tension of the lines).  Battle ropes essentially have no stored energy and thus a very small Q Factor -- less than 1. In other words, the attractiveness of elastomere tubing of the Inertia wave over battle ropes (or chains) is the amount of stored energy in the tubes themselves. The "inertia wave" tubes are alive: you move the tubes; the tubes move you. I like it. Jumping off the ground while the tubes are oscillating gives a trippy feeling.  This not only corrects postural imbalances, it will relieve tight protracted shoulder girdle. The Inertia Wave has a constant pull and pressure based on the elasticity of the elastomer. The pull is constantly challenging the posterior chain to stabilize you from the start. The body inertia you create by disrupting the tubes engages the deep stabilizers and core musculature. (I call it pebble in a puddle) The force originates in and eminates out. When utilizing the 7-methods it increases your metabolic control, energy levels which in turn challenge those systems need to do quick, reflex, intense, bursts of energy in short 3-minute window durations. By performing the 7- Methods segueing from one method to the next, cognitively challenges proprioceptors for greater balance, giving you stronger proximal trunk stability. Battle Ropes have the environment to constantly lift and slam abruptly thus challenge the tissue tension & end range of the muscles. With Battling ropes you need to engage outer muscles just to assist during the lift and slam. Over time Battling  Rope training increases tissue tensions thus creating pain- because your locked in one position the entire time. Inertia Wave touches on the quality of rhythm, as opposed to the battling ropes where you just muscle  it. The Inertia wave gives you the opportunity to relax more, and focus on your breathing and positioning of your body in all planes of motion vs to muscle it up and down which is the case of many athletes.  Try the Inertia Wave! Purchase here. If the Inertia Wave it's not the most amazing Metabolic conditioning device/tool in your toolbox of training supplies today - Simply return it! Let someone else become SUPER-HUMAN!

About the Inertia Wave - Science & Data for Fitness

Posted on October 20, 2017
Medium (M)  to High-intensity interval training with the Inertia Wave TM. Can reduce abdominal fat mass, increases core strength and enhance entire muscular system while taping into all energy systems. This study compared the effect of high-intensity interval training (HIIT)  Tabata, and moderate-intensity short bout  training (MIT) for 4 weeks on whole-body energy systems, and abdominal fat mass (FM) in Female & Male subjects between the ages of 21 and 65. Methods: 25 women and 25 men (22-65; 1 years; BMI: 31-1kg.m-2) were randomly assigned to either a HIIT Battling ropes (12 Mins at 2 Mins bouts 77-80% HRmax, 60 seconds of active recovery)] or MIT (Medium to high intensity training) (12 min at 1-3 Min bouts 60-75% of their individual HRR) using the Inertia Wave program for 8 weeks, 4 days/week. Infa-red, and hydrosatic tanks were used to measure whole-body and regional Fat Mass (FM) content, including abdominal adipose and visceral adipose tissue. Levels of nutritional intake were the same, no added, or decreased calories throughout the 4- weeks. Results: Overall, total Fat Mass (FM) decreased and total fat-free mass (M) Muscle significantly increased with the Inertia Wave group over the 4-weeks (by around 3-4%). Total (FM) reduction at the end of the intervention was significantly different between the Battling rope group VS. the Inertia Wave group. However, significant loss of total abdominal fat (-8.3 - 2.2%) and visceral  (-24.2 - 7.7%) FM was observed only with Inertia Wave TM. Subjects felt less stress and strain on their shoulder and elbow joints. Subjects expresses more euphoric feeling with the IW. (Inertia Wave) Conclusion: With no concomitant caloric restriction, an (MIT) Medium to high Intensity Inertia Wave TM.  program in women and men between 22-65 (4 x a week for 4 weeks) appeared to be more effective for reducing central obesity (FM) fat mass  than HITT, battling ropes, Tabata, and could be proposed as an alternative exercise training program for this population. More science behind the Inertia Wave The force (F) of the user creating momentum (M) needed to oscillate a spring like motion over the distance of 9 feet five inch tubes are proportional to that distance. Like a bowman pulling back on the center of the string of the bow. That is: where there is a constant factor characteristic of the spring like crest, and trough along the wavelength. The physics behind the Inertia Wave in all methods of use are where an elastic body is only slightly stretched inches (unlike fitness tubing and elastic resistance bands) they are held at one constant elongation.  An elastic body or material for which this equation can be assumed is said to be an extension of an individual's extremity. (The tubes act like extensions off the core) The Inertia Wave is the real response of rubber-like- high protein tubes creating resistance profiles that react with intersegmental core stabilizers. These core stabilizing mechanisms / reactions are a byproduct to external applied forces from the user. The forces entering the body must eventually fail. Once the internal forces exceed some exertion limit, (since no determination on one's physical capabilities can be confirmed beyond a certain rate of exertion) or stretched beyond a maximum oxygen intake, there wil be some permanent loss of control or change of state.  (user defined perceived rate of exertion-althletic inclinations) Please use Borg Scale for precieved exertion rate.  Many materials such as ropes, and other elastomeres will noticeably deviate from the specificity, functionality, or characteristics of the Inertia Wave TM. The precise length outside diameter, inside wall thickness, and water protein ratio is directly proportional to it functionality. (7-Methods of Use) On the other hand. It is also the fundamental principle behind the spring like, oscillated momentum, and the balance capabilities of the user to determine the proper force (F) and momentum (M) to originate in and dissipate out of the kinetic chain. The cognitive stress is a benefit to adaptation, and propioceptive resultants. The facts statistically speaking confirms that the up and down, crest and trough momentum created by the  user of this particular tube set- 24 -38 inches apart,  3.5 feet (belly button high)  off the ground attached to an anchor point is proportional, as well as determines  the action, reaction, coil, recoil, spring-like momentum applied to it. The Inertia Wave makes it possible to deduce the relation between strain and stress, function and non-function for other objects trying to mimic the Inertia Wave TM. Products such as battling ropes, and rubber like tubes outside of the specific specifications of the Inertia WaveTM. For example one can deduce other tubes, ropes, strings, cords trying to mimic in terms of the way Inertia Wave functions.  Hence intrinsic properties, oscillation, momentum, force vectors, and intrinsic response inter-segmentally is diminished with other objects mentioned here. Other tubes, behave like a simple resistance bands that are stretched fully to almost a elastic to plastic property to create resistance in a muscular region. A rope of any diameter has no ability to act as a spring-like, oscillating force based on heaviness, and deregulating the intrinsic values of core and the byproduct of inter-segmental stiffening. (Core integrity) Battling ropes are more anaerobic, and increase internal stress, decrease oxygen consumption, as they close capillary beds.  Battling Ropes are predominantly anaerobic (without oxygen) they mainly engage the global musculature (Muscles that expand over a said number of joints to create movement-Global) when the ropes are lifted and forced with the upper body to a wave-like heavy motion. Ropes although may be used in a wave pattern have a stiffness directly proportional to its cross-section area and inversely proportional to its length. Unlike the Inertia Wave battling ropes dwindle, and reduce the continuous momentum / force created in the crest, and trough of the tubes. (On a transverse plane) The IW is predominantly High Intensity as it opens capillary beds receiving more liters of oxygen (Aerobic) vs Heavy Battle ropes closing capillary beds calling upon and engaging the outer superficial musculature. (Global) Far more liters of oxygen are present in subject with IW vs. Battle ropes. (Equated to more caloric-burn-after-burn-EPOC) During the use of the Inertia Wave there is a constant. A steady motion that requires a steady force by the user. The end user applies a motive force needed to keep the Inertia Wave moving in order to balance frictional, and oscillating opposing  forces. Those reactive opposing forces enter the end user's entire musculo-skeletal system. You can equate this to an electrical charge surging throughout the system. (Anatomical Conduction) Puchase your Inertia Wave today! During the Inertia Wave in motion, transverse, sagittal, circular waves travel from mid crest to trough. The forces acting on a body are unbalanced (A resultant force ). The body changes its velocity, in the direction of the force, at a rate proportional to the force and inversely proportional to its mass. The body tries to compensate as outer and inner muscles activate to stabilize.  The rate of change of velocity is acceleration of the tubes, and forces are transmuted / applied to the entire body. So if the mentioned above were in an upwardly accelerated lift, as a byproduct of the user controlled Inertia Wave - an outside observer would see that the two tubes acting transversely, sagittally, and circularly  with momentum, as osculated waves from the crest to midline, to the trough back to midline were spring-like and weightless in the user's hands. The resultant force would be sufficient to give the user the same upward and downward challenge as the tubes accelerate.  The user must stabilize (stiffen) in that same athletic posture (Ready Position) to help dissipate the momentum like force waves that are rising and falling. The Inertia Wave requires a full body spring like movement patterns. Other 7- Methods of use patterns mimic circular movement patterns, zigzag, transverse momentum like patterns to create opposing force along its entire length. Inertia Wave must move at constant speed, dictated by the user, and it does require a force at right angles to its motion (gravitational attraction) to constantly change direction as an optional pattern (7-Methods of use described within this application) The Inertia Wave TM interactions involve pairs of forces. The pairs coming from and defined as (2) two tubes with an anchor point. During the action of the transverse wave (Dictated with a predictable outcome by the user) mid crest to midline, midline to trough, and back again there is a constant action and reaction. In this example below the interaction of the (2) two separate tubes (A pair) the forces are: The momentum and continuous wave-patterns (Inertia Wave TM) of the tubes (crest-trough momentum) are gravitational forces. Conclusive studies have determined a safer way to burn more calories Less liability for fitness, and boot-camp owners where many people are in one specific environment. Exercises Clearance space LIFE SAFETY CODE-NFPA 101 Occupancy safety guidelines.

Metabolic Conditioning - Energy Optimization

Posted on October 20, 2017
The Inertia Wave is a portable Tactile Metabolic Conditioning device. (MetCon) It is no joke, and only for people who want to or already are engaged in physical activities above the norm. If you master the 7-Methods you will SAVE 28 minutes per day, an average of 168 minutes or 2.8 hours per week of NOT doing cardio. A 12 minute bout with a constant (continuous) flow of the 7- Methods equates to a 35- minute cardio machine at the gym. (1.2) One and a half minutes of the IW far exceeds a 4- minute hard climb (out of the saddle) during spinning. The only close second Burn Rate would be  double unders- continuous jump roping. NOTE: Double unders are not regular jumping ropes. Time our greatest commodity- You GOT Wave-You Got Time! Save time and feel amazing - actually Super-Human!

The Inertia Wave Burns More! Exercise Post Oxygen Consumption

Posted on October 20, 2017
 Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption & Comparison  (EPOC) After High-Intensity Inertia Wave, VS. Sprint  Interval Exercise, (SIE) and Continuous Steady-State Exercise.(SSE) The effects of all that hard work from Inertia Wave  Intensity Training actually kicks your bodys metabolic cycle into hyperdrive mode meaning you actually continue to burn fat in the 24 hours after  not just during your Inertia Wave workout., 4-5 hours after! Burn more calories. Just 12 minutes of (IW) Inertia Wave  can burn more calories than a half an hour on the Treadmill, Jacobs ladder, Stair climber, Elliptical, or Bike.   Excess post exercise oxygen consumption after high-intensity Inertia Wave  post 12 (M) minute wave combination exercise, and continuous steady-state active rest moves. 8/1/2017 -Higher excess post exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) after 12 minute Inertia Wave  exercise and active rest interval exercise may contribute to greater fat loss, and muscle activation after Inertia Wave training compared with continuous steady-state exercise (SSE) training. We compared EPOC after (IW) and SSE. Learn more about the Inertia Wave Twenty recreationally active women and men (age 24 to 45 years) participated in this randomized crossover study. On separate days, subjects completed a resting control trial and 3 exercise conditions with the Inertia Wave: (for 2-minute intervals at 85% peak heart rate (HR peak), separated by 3 minutes of active recovery) a total of 4 rounds equating to 8 (M) minutes. (SIE)  Another group performed Sprint Interval Exercise  (Four 4- 30-second Wingate sprints, separated by 3 minutes of active recovery),  Oxygen consumption (V[Combining Dot Above]O2) Oxygen consumption  was measured for 3 hours after exercise. Third and final group performed intense strength training only,(FB) Full body sets, reps,  with a 12 minute high intensity elliptical bout at 85% peak heart rate (HRpeak).      Results 3-hour EPOC and total net exercise energy expenditure was significantly higher with group one (1) using the Inertia Wave with active recovery. (EE) Energy expenditure  after the four 3- minute bout of continuous combinations of I-Wave Control (WC)  were higher compared with sprint intervals,(SIE)  and full body strength training.(FB) The  net O2 consumed and net (EE) energy expenditure of those performing the (IW) Inertia Wave were greater by 90+ Calories than those who did sprints, elliptical, stair climber, bike and continuous no rest full body strength. Excess post exercise oxygen consumption after Inertia Wave is likely to account for the greater muscle activation (MA) and fat loss (FL) per unit (EE) energy expenditure reported in this literature. Which means you will burn fat at a faster rate, activate more musculature, utilize energy better during workouts, and continue to burn calories long after your workout is done. (A phenomenon known as EPOC, or excess post-exercise oxygen consumption.) Major benefits post Inertia Wave: Fat stores are broken down and free fatty acids (FFA) are released into the bloodstream. Then used as a substrate by the metabolic workers called the mitochondria. These power houses systematically break down fuels (Fat-Carb) to produce energy and perform work. The Inertia Wave is so intense, the caloric burn lasts an average of 38-48 hours post IW Inertia Wave, continuous 7- Methods state. (Based on a full 8-12 minutes of 2-3 minute bouts)

Metabolic Conditioning with the Inertia Wave is Different

Posted on October 20, 2017
 Why is the Inertia Wave Metabolic conditioning system different from other training systems? The Inertia Wave system is unlike any other training methods due to the oscillating wave-affect.  For example, with other methods such as barbells, dumbbells, exercise tubing, machines, and kettlebells, gravity takes over as the weight goes back towards the ground. (Different energy system) During this time when gravity takes over, momentum is used which gives the body and mind a chance to relax. With the Inertia Wave training velocity is used and must be maintained by the end user (YOU) during the entire exercise1. Moreover, this forces the user to train or compete at a higher level of intensity via shorter window, and its affect will last longer durations of time. (Carry over principle) How was the Inertia Wave created? The system was invented by Dave Parise, CPT., FPTA. who wanted to develop the extreme- portable- tactile conditioning device for anyone who is looking to get the maximum resultant in an extremely short window of time. 3 Mr. Parise created the foundation of the Inertia Wave from the concept of a Wave Crest & Trough with oscillating patterns.  The constant oscillation of these special tubes led him to create a series of 7 Methods of Use. See the 7 Methods of Use in action. Research & development was used to come up with the Inertia Wave as part of a metabolic conditioning station. This anchored patented rubber-like tubing device allows someone to progress properly through the 7- Methods of use.1 How long will the learning curve take? You will immediately feel, enjoy and see the tremendous benefits of the Inertia Wave within 30 seconds. However, metabolic conditioning with the Inertia Wave is a missing link in training and will be challenging. With patience your kinesthetic awareness will adapt to the movement patterns.4 Why are there different patterns or methods of use with Inertia Wave? All 7- Methods of use have different resultants / affects that effect energy systems. There is an obvious strength & endurance phase. All 7-Methods challenge all paths and planes of motion. The benefits of the Inertia Wave Anti-Flexion-strength-ABS Anti-Extension- strength-ABS Anti- Rotation- strength-ABS Enhanced Dynamic Posture Acceleration / Deceleration of musculature Concentric / Eccentric patterns Strengthens Dynamic Stabilizers EPOC-Intense oxygen consumption pre- & post Natural boost of HGH Human Growth Hormone (which is essential for optimal health, vigor, strength, boost fat loss, and muscle development.) Improved insulin sensitivity an average of 24% *Met Con is the abbreviation for Metabolic Conditioning. Recommended (4) 3-minute bouts, 4x per week transitioning into all 7- Methods of Use. See the 7 Methods of Use in action.

Metabolic Conditioning Key Points

Posted on October 19, 2017
Optimal Key Points of the Inertia Wave Cognative awareness  is a key factor as you perform the 7 Methods of Use. The ability to keep an athletic posture, not throwing the head forward into a protracted shoulder girdle. We dont want to create some inhibition as we engage core muscles that create stiffness and stabilization, along with power muscles on a global aspect. Learn how to perform the 7 Methods of Use. Scapular ability, hips spine, ankle knee- these are the structural things needed to create optimal positions for the 7 Methods of Use. If your training different energy systems, you need to know that the 7 Methods of Use have carry-over to all different disciplines all the time. The Inertia Wave trains mixed modality energy systems for other exercise modalities you participate in. There is a global anatomical conduction as you transition from one Method of use to the next. The specific demands or adaptations develop as you learn the transitions. The Inertia Wave increases the aggregate level of all our skills. You are looking for an efficient motor pattern not a powerful motor pattern. (LET IT FLOW) You will soon find you are less winded in all racqet sports, rugby, football, baseball, basketball, hockey, swimming, along with all boot camp group type training programs.  Inertia Wave increase the technical proficiency to increase the skill sets of other movements. The key to all superhuman physical demands is working on ALL energy systems. There is whats called resting compression in muscle bellies. During hard core weight training your heart needs to break through blockages of insane muscle tension. The Inertia Wave is rythmic,  with its fluid oscillation decreases tension on the heart, as it engages all core and global musculature.  If I told you to just run, or walk across the field you dont have to think do you? However, if I told you to take these three balls and juggle them, the coordination of that skill would be so much cognitive stress you would be fatigued very quickly. That does not mean your out of energy or not strong, its that you need to train cognitively hence one more benefit to the Inertia Wave. So, the more automated you can do the IW the better you can do it, than the less fatigue resistance it has- its less cognitive stress. The Inertia Wave is like doing structured skill work, hence will decrease the brains demand in the 2-3-minute workout. The more efficient the moves become, the better youre with your breathing, the less byproducts are created, the less C02 needed to be blown off.  In regard to the muscle- the easier it gets, the stronger you become. We are helping your engine in all aspect of athleticism. Your potential will be at its highest if you train to do it properly. Skill work requires technique. We change direction, we live in constant stress. The Inertia Wave is skill work and perfecting that skill is the number one concern to obtain greater resultants in all aspects of life.   Watch the Inertia Wave in action!