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Technogym introduces new Biostrength strength training range

Technogym introduces new Biostrength strength training range
June 17, 2022

Global wellness leader Technogym has launched Biostrength, a new line for strength training that, backed by patented technology that uses artificial intelligence and scientific research, ensures exercisers get 30% better results in the same amount of time compared to classic training with equipment or free weights.

Introducing the new range, a Technogym spokesperson advised “the effectiveness of strength training depends on many small, key elements: the correct load, the adequate number of repetitions, the recovery time, the speed of execution of the exercise, the posture, the range of motion.

“Optimising every single detail and preventing the most common errors is fundamental to making your training effective and achieving better results in less time. 

“Biostrength allows you to train with the right load, range of motion, correct posture, speed of execution and even indicates the number of sets, repetitions and optimal recovery times.

The patented Biodrive system, which uses aerospace technology, offers you six types of resistance, which can improve the effectiveness of your exercise depending on the goal you want to achieve. “You are guided through every aspect of the workout to achieve maximum results in a safe and effective way - Biodrive recognises when you are too tired and the spotter function automatically reduces the load to allow you to complete the set, while, to keep you motivated and encourage you to improve, Biostrength gives you reward badges as you achieve new goals.

“Biostrength is a digital and connected experience with an unprecedented variety of training programmes and content. With a simple log-in to the Technogym Ecosystem, Biostrength equipment allows you to select the workout experience that best suits the results you want to achieve from goal-oriented programs to custom programs or free training.”

The four target programs include:

Hypertropy: to develop muscle mass. This programme increases the load in the eccentric phase of the movement, while the muscle fibres lengthen, in a way that is functional for developing mass.

Power: to train like an athlete. The use of a resistance without inertia allows you to train explosive strength and to express maximum force in complete safety.

Strong: to increase your strength. The viscous resistance that makes the exercise more intense as the speed of execution increases. 

Tone: get more muscle tone with less effort. Elastic resistance and a gradual increase in the workload allow you to improve muscle tone constantly throughout the entire range of movement.

The Technogym spokesperson went on to suggest that “Biostrength represents a great opportunity for fitness clubs and personal trainers to increase the value of their membership by offering their clients innovative programs that guarantee the desired results.

“Thanks to Mywellness, Technogym's professional software platform, they can assign each user a tailor-made programme optimised to individual goals; with a simple log-in the user will be fully guided by Biostrength in the optimal execution of the exercise.”

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