Applications - Working with instability
VIBALANCE is the first to introduce MULTIDIRECTIONAL INSTABILITY, offering a stimulation of high quality for strength training, muscle strength, posture control, proprioception and flexibility.
The perfect combination in the process of TRAINING AND REHABILITATION
- High stimulation of PROPRIOCEPTIVE receptors and system
- Work in the DECLINE / INCLINE PLANE
- DYNAMIC work for the FOOT and ANKLE: dorsal and plantar flexing, pronation- supination, abduction-adduction, eversion-inversion, circumduction
- Control the RESISTENCE of the vibratory plattform's movement via external manipulation or by attaching elastic elastic cords, and/or pulleys to the anchor cleats.
- Great variety of design, adaptation and exercise progression options for any type of user (athlete, patient of rehabilitation, the elderly?)
- Functionality in the adaptation of STRETCHING with vibration.
"The functionality and mobility of VIBALANCE offers exclusive combinations of dynamic work with vibration, ideal for different processes of REHABILITATION"
Variation of the type and degree of instability with STABILIZING ACCESSORIES
With "stabilizing" accessories, you can easily modify the type of instability in function with the number of accessories utilized or even transform it into an almost completely stable platform:
BIDIRECTIONAL instability: attaching two "stabilizers", one on each side of the platform, allows the platform to be stabilized on one of the two horizontal axes. In function of the placement of the feet in respect to the unstable axis, one can work with anterior-posterior or lateral instability
STABLE platform: the symmetrical placement of 4 stabilizing accessories around the perimeter of the platform allows for the transformation of VIBALANCE into an almost completely stable vibratory platform
"It's the perfect tool for physiotherapists, physical preparation and re-adaptation."
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Working with instability
Vibratory instability: new options in design, adaptation and progression of exercises.
Working on the DECLINE plane: a great tool for preventing patellar tendinopathy.
You can partially modify the instability of the vibratory plane by varying its resistance to the inclination.
With REBOUND TRAINING, you can do different SSC exercises for different sports disciplines.