End Range Isomterics
At QuickHIT, we understand the importance of recovery and the role that ERI can play in optimizing performance and preventing injury. That's why we've integrated ERI into our patented technology, making it easy for your athletes to get the benefits of this powerful technique. The benefits of ERI are numerous and include:
1.Increased flexibility and range of motion.
2.Improved muscle activation and control.
3.Decreased risk of injury.
4.Enhanced athletic performance.
ERI is a low-impact technique that involves holding a muscle at its end range of motion for a period of time, typically between 5-10 seconds at 50% of the perceived max effort. This technique has been shown to help activate and control muscles, improve range of motion, and reduce the risk of injury (1, 2). Allowing you to target specific muscle groups and work at specific joint angles. With our technology, you can focus on the mind- muscle connection and get the benefits of ERI without overdoing it.
(1) Schleip, R. (2003). Fascial plasticity – a new neurobiological explanation: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 7(1), 11-19.
(2) Schleip, R. (2003). Fascial plasticity – a new neurobiological explanation: Part 2. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 7(2), 104-116.