Break Through Plateaus with Isometric Power: The Ultimate Guide to Enhancing Strength

Methods of improving strength 

1. Isometric Exercises 

2. isotonic Exercises

3. Isokinetic Exercises

1. Isometric Exercises: isometric exercises are those exercises, which are not fact, there are no direct movements, hence they cannot be observed in this exercise, work is performed but is not seen directly. in these exercises, a group of muscles is stretched more than other groups of muscles when these exercises are done. muscles do not change their length. they remain fixed are constant although muscles do not remain constant or still completely. muscles may feel a slight tremor if exercise is done for a prolonged time. the more we exert force or strength. the more tremor will be seen in the muscles. in general, we can say that work is done. For example, if we push a concrete wall, we will not be able to move it from its place, so we should not consider it is work, our muscle expert force while pushing a wall  put be see that work is not done, because work is said to be done when the point of application of force or move, or we can say that:
workdone=force and distance moves in the direction of force 
so, work is not done in isometric exercise. when we do these exercises, the expenditure of energy is a usual phenomenon. sometimes, body temperature may increase while performing these exercises. if we perform these exercises are used for the development of strength. the strength gained through isometric exercises is usually not of much value in the sport, these exercises need less time and can be performed anywhere because no equipment is required to do these exercises. there are some positive points of these exercises, hence these exercises can be used for strength training these exercises are valuable for rehabilitation purposes. these exercises can even be done by a person who is injured. isometric exercises should not by children and untrained persons, no doubt isometric exercise build strength but the use of these exercises should be limited.

Isotonic exercises: isotonic exercises are these exercises in which movements can be seen directly. work is done these exercises, isotonic exercises tone up the muscles. muscles become flexible. length of the muscles can be increased by isotonic exercises. these exercises are of much value in the field of sports,
these are the best for strength development. calisthenics exercises. running and jumping on the sport, weight training exercises, and exercises with a medicine ball are the best examples of isotonic exercises, these exercises can be done with are without technical equipment.

Isokinetic exercises: isokinetic exercises are performed on specially designed machines, these exercises were developed by Perrine in 1968. these exercises involve a specific type f muscle contraction. which is usually not applicable in sports and the game. in water sports, such are rowing and swimming. in isotonic exercises, the contraction of muscles applies maximum force only at a particular angle during a range of movement, whereas, in isokinetic exercises, the contraction of muscles applies maximum force throughout the complete range of movement according to the individual capacity, the speed of contraction can be adjusted. the individual who performed isokinetic exercises on the machine should keep in mind that he/she has to apply his/her force throughout the range of movement. by fixing the number of repetitions and reducing or increasing the speed. the isokinetic exercises can be used effectively for the development of strength. with the help of these exercises, explosive strength, and strength endurance can also be improved.

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