isotonometrics

Defining Panaerobics More

A previous post started defining panaerobics. Here is some more in the way of definition from Dr. Schwartz’s Panaerobics website: This was in response to the question: “How does ISO generate such enormous strength and aerobic workloads?” The answer given below. Another definition of panaerobics is in bold, but the whole passage is worth considering:

Leonard Schwartz, Isotonometrics, Charles Atlas and Dynamic Tension

In a previous post on Isotonometrics, the question was asked: “So was this “isometrics”? Or “dynamic tension”? Or something else? That will be explored in a future article!” This is that article. Dr. Schwartz’s extant writings interact from time to time with the systems advocated by other fitness experts who are mentioned by name, like …

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What is IsoTonoMetrics – Via the “Way Back Machine”

What exactly are “Isotonometrics”? Basically they are Dr.Schwartz’ combination of “Isotonics” and “Isometrics” in one movement… a “moving isometric” or what some call “isomotion” today… The “isometric resistance” was produced by a variety of “handclasps” where one arm resists the other through pushing or pulling in varying directions. Unlike traditional isometrics or “dynamic tension”, the arm …

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Wholebody Fitness for Seniors VHS (IsoTonoMetrics)

Dr. Leonard Schwartz created a video to demonstrate the performance of “isotonometrics”. Oddly enough the video title did not include the name! The video is still available in VHS format here: WholeBody Fitness for Seniors If that is no longer available, the reader can read the patent filing related to “hand clasps” or “isotonometrics” and …

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