Tone up With Triana
Toning tables are the new obsession for many fitness enthusiasts. Toning tables are a passive way of exercising that was originally thought up by biochemist Bernard H. Stauffer in the 1930s. Stauffer used his knowledge of physiology and anatomy to create the Induced Rhythmic Motion (IRM) tables. Toning tables were also employed to aid the recovery of polio victims
Relieves Stress on Joints and Muscles
The most obvious benefit of the toning table is that there isn’t any jumping or straining of muscles and joints that goes along with more traditional exercising. The toning table takes stress off of the joints and muscles.
The toning table is used to relax muscles that are overused while tightening underused muscles at the same time. The body is basically repositioning itself with the toning table, which improves the body’s form and posture.
The toning table can help improve circulation, so it is good for people who are easily fatigued when exercising. The tables can also increase blood and lymph-fluid circulation.
Another great benefit of the toning table is that it actually can re-engineer a person’s body posture. Improved body posture is what Stauffer believed would benefit people the most, because it would take away the stress on joints and muscles from bad body positioning and would force other muscles to come into play.
As mentioned, the toning table increases blood and lymph-fluid circulation, which is important because an improved lymphatic system will carry toxins away from the cells and into the lymph nodes much more readily. The lymph nodes filter toxins and send them to the kidneys, where they are released.
Our staff our fully trained to show you how to exercise on the tables to maximise the benefits. Contrary to popular believe you do not have to simply lie back and let the table do the work, used correctly you will get a good cardio vascular workout as well as the above.