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16-Jun-2020 16:17

To clear up these issues, talk a look at JL's tutorial on bands, his clinic on setting up chains, or my instructional rant on chains to make sure you aren't just being a DB.

There are a few thoughts on accommodating resistance including some mistakes I made as a coach.

Why is it that even though you have the same weight on your back throughout the entire motion, are some portions of the lift weaker or stronger than others?

The simple reason for this change in difficulty is that your body changes joint angles, which changes posture/leverage of the body throughout the movement.

Accommodating resistance has been one of the most misused training tools.

Once popularized by Louie Simmons and the WSBB method, now you will see bands and chains at every school and training facility.

However, the bottom of some lifts can also be the start of your lift, for example the deadlift.

The top of every lift (photo on left), is the portion of the lift that is the “easiest” and the bottom of the lift is the most challenging portion of the lift (photo on right).

An inertial force, accommodating resistance exercise device for exercising the body through effort required to overcome the inertia of a mass being accelerated and translated during surface oscillations, said exercise device comprising:bearing surface means between said axle means and said at least one wheel means for facilitating smooth rotation of said at least one wheel means about said axle means in order to accelerate said exercise device during an exercise routine;at least one inertial mass structure, said at least one inertial mass structure having a mass exceeding the mass of said at least one wheel, said at least one inertial mass structure being connected to said axle means for acceleration and translation with said axle and without substantial rotation with respect to said axle means for providing an inertial resistance through essentially non-rotational translation when said at least one wheel is rolled and accelerated upon a surface during an accommodating resistance exercise routine; andsaid one of said at least one inertial mass structure being operably mounted on said axle means independent of any other inertial mass structure; whereby a combination of relatively free rotational movement of said at least one wheel means with respect to said axle means and concomitant essentially non-rotational translation of said at least one inertial mass structure along with said axle means advantageously permits a user to accelerate said exercise device to perform inertial force accommodating resistance exercise routines to exercise a user's body and provide overall bearing surface means comprises a generally smooth cylindrical inner bearing surface fashioned upon an interior periphery of a hub portion of said at least one wheel means and a compatibility dimensioned generally smooth cylindrical outer bearing surface on said axle means wherein rotational motion of each of said first and second wheel means about said axle means is facilitated.18.Not to be confused with the start and finish of a lift.The top of some lifts happen to be the start of the lift, for example the squat or the bench press.This invention relates to an inertial force, accommodating resistance exercise device and method.

The subject device includes a nonrotating structure of enhanced mass and at least one wheel connected to the nonrotating structure to permit the device to be rolled to enable a user to perform accommodating...

Such as, in a squat with a barbell, the weight of the bar stays the same throughout the lift.