Elastic Method

The elastic method uses resistance bands or springs as external resistance.
The elongation of an elastic element depends on the strength applied to it by the subject and the nature of the elastic material (elastic constant).
The advantage of the traditional elastic method is constituted by the gradual increase in the muscular effort while varying the workload is laborious.

Elastic Training

Instead, the innovative Kineo system uses a motor and an electronic management system to generate a load that acts exactly like traditional weight but in total control of movement parameters.

 

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The Kineo Innovation in the Elastic Method

 

Variation of the Constant of Elasticity
(Initial and Final Load)
Unlike traditional elastic methods, where the load may be changed ONLY by replacing the elastic elements or by varying them in parallel, the elastic KINEO method allows to determine the value of the initial and final load.

 

Elastic
 
 

Variable Load differentiated in Concentric and Eccentric Phase
Another strong point of the Kineo elastic method is its ability to :
a) Use differentiated loads between the concentric and eccentric phase to generate specific muscle adaptations: e.g. concentric 20kg – 60Kg; eccentric 30kg – 10kg.

b ) Use different methods in the concentric and eccentric phase.

 
Neuromuscolar activation isometric test
 
 
 
 
 
Elastic training features
 
 
 
 
 
 
Comparison Table
   KINEO Intelligent Load    YO-YO ( fly-wheel) Traditional elastic workout
with bands or springs
Biphasic Load YES NO NO 
concentric load = eccentric load
Variable Load YES - from 1Kg  to 100Kg NO NO (according to the available band or spring )
Control of the parameters: Strength, Speed, Power YES NO NO
Visual Feedback YES NO NO
Training (programming) YES NO NO
Test (programming) YES NO NO
Training Report Analysis YES NO NO
Charts and Curves YES NO NO

 

 

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