Here you will find all our videos on the FreeMotion Incline Trainer. For more information on Incline Training click HERE.
In this video we overview the Incline Trainer and speak of its benefits from the perspective of someone using it in a club.
Here’s on introduction to the FreeMotion Incline Trainer
Increased heart rates while Incline Training: Research shows that walking only two mph at a 24% incline yields greater heart rates than running six mph at zero incline. Meaning that incline training is a highly effective way to get in shape and train your heart, without painful joint impact and jarring.
Fat utilization with Incline Training: Walking at a 21% incline, again at only two mph, is the most effective way to improve the way your body looks. Research shows that walking two mph at 21% incline burns approximately 6.8 kcals per minute, which comes from your fat stores. The calories you burn running, with no incline, come from your energy stores. In other words, the fat you burn training at an incline will come off the unwanted fatty areas of your body, as apposed to the food you ate that day.
Biomechanics: Walking or running on the Incline Trainer forces the user to use proper biomechanics (e.g. correct foot strike), therefore it forces the body to move more efficiently, reducing wasted energy and lessening chance of injury. The opportunity to walk or run at a decline allows for specificity of training in a controlled environment, which is ideal for the elderly as well as female athletes. Decline training teaches the muscles to decelerate, greatly reducing chance of injury when faced with a difficult, uncontrolled environment.
Decline training teaches the muscles to decelerate, greatly reducing chance of injury when faced with a difficult, uncontrolled environment.
Muscle activation: When walking at a 27%-30% incline: the Glutes are activated 100% (more than when performing squats); the hamstrings are activated 73% and the calves are activated 90%! There is not a machine available that will activate those three muscle groups at that level of intensity at the same time. If you are looking to tone and strengthen your lower body, the Incline Trainer will get the job done faster and safer than any other machine out there.
The FreeMotion Incline Trainer isn’t just for walking or running forward. In this episode of FreeMotion TV we look at a few different movements you can perform on the Incline Trainer. Stay tuned this week as we take an in depth look at the benefits of these movements plus many more!
In this episode of FreeMotion TV we expound on the various movement patterns shown in our previous episode and explain the benefits of each of them!
In this episode of FreeMotion TV we answer all your questions about the FreeMotion Incline Trainer.
In this episode of FreeMotion TV we take a look at the console on the FreeMotion Incline Trainer and talk about its many different features.
In this episode of FreeMotion TV we look at iFit technology on the FreeMotion Incline Trainer. iFit is a one of a kind experience with customized workout plans that can help you get fit and stay fit!
The 5-minute vertical feet challenge on the FreeMotion Incline Trainer is an awesome calorie blasting workout that anyone can do! The rules are simple: Walk (or run) for 5 minutes at 30 percent incline. There’s no holding on and no stopping. You control your speed but remember; the faster you go the more vertical feet you’ll climb! The goal is to see how many vertical feet you can climb in 5 minutes. Give this challenge a try today!
Are you looking for a cardio-intensive workout that takes full advantage of the many benefits of the Incline Trainer? Then be sure to give this InclineFit workout a try!
The FreeMotion Incline Trainer is a great piece that you can incorporate into any workout! In this episode of FreeMotion TV FreeMotion Master Coach Patrick Bell runs some of his clients through a calorie-blasting workout called The Lucky Seven.
Research shows that waling two mph at 21% incline burns approximately 6.8 kcals per minute, which comes from your fat stores. The calories you burn running, with no incline, come from your energy stores. In other words, the fat you burn training at an incline will come off the unwanted fatty areas of your body, as opposed to the food you ate that day!