Adaptive Training

The basic idea of ​​adaptive training is to continually train the muscles along their maximum capability to achieve maximum muscle utilization and the highest training effect.

This training principle was previously available only from the professional strength training and bodybuilding. Here, the training partners support each other in the last few reps of an exercise. The most famous example is the supportive grip training partner on the bench press: the objective here is to give the trainees remove just as much weight that he just creates the repetition.

EGYM has implemented this principle in the adaptive training. The device fits the training weight during movement constantly to the remaining muscle strength, so that the the trainee is completely exhausted at the end of the exercise. With the adaptive training, the effectiveness of the muscle structure is improved and also other effects, such as definition or speed strength can be increased significantly with the right intensity and number of repetitions.

Advantages of the adaptive training

Saving time

With the increased muscle utilization in adaptive training is sufficient to achieve a set with the same training effect as regular training within three sentences. This saves time and increases efficiency.

Increased training effectiveness

In the adaptive training the muscle is further trained even after the failure limit. This leads to significantly higher force growth rates than the classic strength training, which only offer busying the muscle to the failure limit.

Higher neuromuscular and hormonal stimulation

Due to the high exercise intensity, there is an increased release of growth hormones, which are responsible for building new muscle mass. However, it should be followed by a longer recovery time.