What’s the Latest Celebrity Workout?
Miley Cyrus in her music video for “Flowers,” Lebron James on his Instagram profile and the living ski legend Lindsey Vonn are just some of the celebs who seem to be hooked on training with Inertia Waves. If you don’t know what we’re on about, pay attention, and if you do have an idea, don’t skip this article either, because we’re going to tell you all about this workout and everything you need to ride the wave of the latest fitness trend.
Inertia Waves are basically Battle Ropes version 2.0. These are made of elastic material instead of rope, are 3 meters long and weigh 1.4 kg. Plus, they can withstand more than 272kg of torque. Available in three colors – red, blue and gray, these elastic bands with adjustable wrist straps can be anchored to any corner of the house or gym to practice with. Once fixed to a stable point, you can start exercising from the other end, making moves to get your body active. No impact on joints and so easy to use (and transport). They allow you to do a variety of exercises smoothly, in a coordinated, rhythmic way. An extremely useful tool for High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
This training device is ideal for toning the shoulders and arms, as well as providing great muscle activation for your core. The inertia wave it generates boosts abdominal work, calorie expenditure and cognitive skills. And as if that weren’t enough benefits, it’s also the perfect accessory to use anywhere. Perfect if you don’t have access to a gym or if you travel a lot! Plus, it’s light and resistant.
In “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus sings about how she knows how to take good care of herself, and looking at the results of her Inertia Waves workout, it seems she’s absolutely right.
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