Columbus, OH, July 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Next week, a new fitness trainer's manual from the engineer that created Body Oars™, Craig Wise (Google "world's greatest workout device"), will be released.
One chapter includes about a half dozen newly designed, ultra-efficient (only stress muscle) "cardio" exercise methods.
These exercises were developed by applying the sciences that structural engineers use to strengthen building, bridge and crane designs, to strengthen the human body instead.
The continuing goal of this study, that started twelve years ago, is to uncover as many ways possible to directly oppose muscle contractions without forcing joints and vertebrae to oppose the muscles, as virtually every traditional muscle building and cardio exercise does.
His new manual contains about 50 of the easiest high muscle exertion variations for almost anyone to do. They all bypass bones vertebrata and joints, making them extremely effective for over 90% of the population, at any age.
Of all the cardio exercises in this new manual however, only one requires nothing beside chest deep water, and its called the "Robot."
Robot - The world's second most efficient muscle building cardio exercise.
Video: Robot - The world's second most efficient muscle building cardio exercise.
Wise explains with questions why he so confidently says his Robot is "the second greatest cardio workout the human body can do."
"Name any other cardio exercise, that applies (conditions) almost every muscle from the finger tips to the toes, including what is normally called "opposing motions", that allows almost anyone to reach and hold targeted heat rates, that also has about as much compression as sitting still?
Could not come close to an answer. But he says it is second because he has developed another that involves even more muscle at the same time, but it requires body attached equipment. You can do the Robot in your birthday suit.
"The Robot is over 90% efficient at only using motion resistance to hinder muscle contractions. This is why it works instant wonders for healthy older people who have slowed a step or two."
By comparison, running, is around 5% efficient at only using motion resistance to hinder muscle contractions."
He added, "Bicycles can be around 20% efficient at this, which makes them about the best of any dry cardio exercise."
He explained that bikes are only that efficient at muscle building as long as the user stays seated, thus keeping their body weight off of their knees. That allows an additional body weight worth of muscle effort to be exerted into the knees for about the same amount of knee compression."
This morning Wise posted a free, two minute video of him teaching the Robot at buildinginwater.com, or BBIW.org.
If you need one extremely potent cardio exercise, that strengthens almost every muscle from your finger tips to your toes, in about 10 minutes a day, without harming your joints or spine, watch the video, then just add water.
The image shown is Wise taken from his Robot video.