Strengthening Exercises

Posted by Vibraboard747
Jan 26 2013



Biomechanical Stimulation

Benefits of Muscular Strength

Strengthening exercises are best known for bulking up your muscles to lift heavy weights but strengthening exercises have different requirements depending upon your treatment goals, sport or function.

Basic strength is required for joint control during your simple everyday tasks. These tasks can include static activities (such as sitting or standing posture) or dynamic activities (such as walking, running, reaching, lifting or throwing). The tasks that you require strengthening for pre-determines the specific strengthening exercises that will help you to achieve your goals. Your physiotherapist is an expert who can guide you. Strengthening Exercises

In addition to muscle strength, which can involve power, endurance and speed of contraction, the timing and balance of muscle contractions is very important.

Specific Muscle Strengthening

Your muscles have different roles to play. Muscles are predominately fast twitch, slow twitch or endurance-based stabilisation muscles. Their roles all differ so they should be exercised the depending upon their specific characteristics. For example,

Stability muscle exercises with generally be low intensity – long duration type exercises.

Dynamic strengthening exercises are more likely to be higher intensity (weight, speed, power) and shorter duration but this can vary.

Each strengthening exercise and the speed that it is performed will strengthen your muscles in different ways. The best way to prioritise the exact strength exercises that are most appropriate to your needs is to discuss your case with your physiotherapist or sports coach.

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