How To Burn Fat with the Inertia Wave
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How To Burn Fat with the Inertia Wave

by Dave Parise on Mar 08, 2018

HITT Benefits Metabolic Conditioning 

Science publications regarding EPOC "Excess post-exercise consumption" have proven you burn 18 percent more calories two hours following a High-Intensity Interval type training workout. In addition, it's helping you burn more calories for weight loss, enhance athletic abilities for both strength and cognitive benefits. The science of mechanical impedance with the oscillating effect of the Inertia Wave 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 gets less than 60 minutes.  The Inertia Wave with its oscillating wave patterns surpasses the typical cardio bout. The fact is it exceeds the intensity output that of double under jump ropes.  Using the Inertia Wave (Metabolic Conditioning Device) along with the Beginner Methods 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 Typhoon for 30 seconds followed by a 1-minute INERTIA WAVE (The first pattern shown in the VIDEO tutorial "Beginner Methods")  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 for all the major muscle groups at least two days a week. Use free weights, resistance bands, or body resistance 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!