Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2012-06-05 18:05:20

Inertial Exercise is unique among all forms of exercise. Independent of gravity and elastic components, it will train the neuro system to efficiently control acceleration and deceleration from the core out. The result is better balance, coordination, explosive power, endurance and confidence. With no weights to fall or elastic components to break, Impulse Trainers are 100% safe while allowing the user to produce forces unattainable with any other form of exercise.

This technology was created (1982) and pioneered by Impulse Training Systems under the direction of Steve Davison, its founder. Impulse Training Systems manufactures and sales Impluse Inertial Exercise Trainers.

User Avatar

Your Answer

Still Have Questions?

Related Questions

Is earth inertial or noninertial frame?

Non inertial

Does a photon differ from its inertial particle?

It isn't clear what you mean by "its" inertial particle. There is no inertial particle associated with the photon.

What is the difference between inertial reference frame and absolute reference frame?

An inertial frame of reference = constant vel. non inertial frame of reference = acceleration

Is earth an inertial frame of reference?

Is earth an inertia or non inertial frame of reference? plz do reply as soon as possible

Why newton's laws are not valid in non inertial frame of reference?

newtons laws are always valid in non inertial frames

What actors and actresses appeared in Inertial Love - 2012?

The cast of Inertial Love - 2012 includes: Javier Rey

Difference between inertial frame of reference and non-inertial frame of reference?

An inertial frame of reference (FOR) is a non-accelerating FOR , for example if a person is observing a moving car while at rest or while moving at constant velocity, he is in an inertial FOR. A non-inertial frame of reference is an accelerating FOR for example a rotating FOR. ( Rotation requires centripetal force and centripetal acceleration so any rotating object always requires a centripetal acceleration to rotate.)

What has the author J C Radix written?

J. C. Radix has written: 'La Navigation par inertie' -- subject(s): Inertial navigation, Inertial navigation systems 'Localisation inertielle ..' -- subject(s): Inertial navigation systems

What do you use for measuring mass?

inertial meter

Which of the following processses uses lasers nuclear reactors hydrogen bombs inertial confinement fusion and magnetic resonance?

inertial confinement fusion -APEX

Differentiate between external inertial cellular respiration?

The external inertial respiration refers to breathing, while the cellular respiration refers to respiration between the cells.

Does a satellite orbiting around earth constitutes inertial frame of reference?

all the satellites orbiting around the earth are in inertial frame of reference because a body's frame of reference depends upon the frame in which it is present, so satellite is in earth frame which is in the inertial frame of reference.

A What is an inertial reference?

The point from which inertia of an object is calculated.

Where is the Inertial switch on a 96 s10?

It doesn't have one.

What processes use lasers?

inertial confinement fusion

Is the inertial reference frame an absolute reference frame?

the inertial reference frame is not absolute. because motion is not absolute. motion is relative depends on who's looking/observing.

What means inertial?

"Inertial" means magnetic, electric, and contact forces are not being applied. The energy of the body is not being altered. The 4-momentum of the body is not being altered.

Do inertial confinement fusion use lasers?

Yes. Inertial confinement fusion can use lasers, electrons, or ions. Most research facilities today use lasers.

What has the author Frank Coffman Bell written?

Frank Coffman Bell has written: 'Schuler's principle and inertial navigation' -- subject(s): Gravitation, Inertial navigation (Aeronautics)

How does mass affects the force?

Mass and Force have no relationship except the gravitational force that is dependent on the mass of the body. Mass affects only the inertial force. Inertial force is the force required to change a state of rest or motion of a body. Greater the mass greater the inertial force required.

Difference between inertial navigation system and inertial reference system?

Inertial Navigation System (INS) refers to a system based on dead reckoning, that integrates several sensors in order to calculate your position. If you know your previous position,lets say 1 second ago, and you know your speed and direction then you can determine where you are now. An inertial reference system, in terms of geodesy refers to a coordinate system that does not move with the Earth, it has its axis oriented to fix points outside of Earth. Inertial Reference coordinate systems are used for position of bodies outside of Earth

What has the author Andrew L Gordan written?

Andrew L. Gordan has written: 'Optical alignment of Centaur's inertial guidance system' -- subject(s): Inertial navigation (Astronautics)

What are three different types of scales?

Balance, spring, inertial.

What inertial animals that drink salty water?

funky monkey!

Ratio of inertial forces to gravitational forces?

Froude Number

Still have questions?