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Optimizing the regeneration process
There are different aspects of competitive sports which make Body Fit Training an interesting choice. The training itself should not at all be seen as uppermost. Body Fit Training is a complete system. It also offers enormously interesting opportunities for regeneration. And of course, you should not underestimate the fact that Body Fit Training also provides valuable training options, in addition to its injury-preventive effects, if the sportsperson is injured. Injury periods can be significantly reduced and the physical condition can be maintained at a high level despite the injury.
We may now assume that the greatest potential for enhancing performance in competitive sport lies in regeneration. Active regeneration is almost impossible. Massage, saunas, hot and cold, reduced pressure and the like can be used and tried in this area. But the real revolution would be a system with which you can compensate in only 30 to 60 minutes for the physiological effects of a hard workout or competition. Body Fit offers precisely that! Properly used, with the appropriate electrodes and currents, Body Fit can in 30 to 60 minutes return your body to “normal”.
No matter what type of sport you practice, strength training is always the basis of fitness. Here Body Fit offers useful ways to reduce considerably the amount of time required for strength training. With I-Motion Training effective strength training is also performed without stress on the joints – so that the possibility of getting injured falls to almost zero.
(Competitive) sports participants are often not fully free of pain due to small ailments (latent pains in the back, on tendons, ligaments and joints) and consequently limited in their possibilities. Injuries deprive the athlete of the best possible training and of high levels of performance in competitions.
Body Fit here offers support in many ways. As the training itself is very effective – especially when it comes to the impact upon deep-lying muscles – it creates more stability which in turn protects the joints from injury and back problems.