forearm strength training exercise equipment
was constructed by a Belarusian scientist Nikolai Sotsky in 1992. Bison-1 exerciser is often referred to as a gym in bag. It is the first
forearm exercise equipment
that provides three-dimensional movements, thus, simulation of functional human body movements. About 30 muscles are involved in a
simultaneously, and a complete quantity of possible training exercise variations exceeds 100,000.
Bison-1 is designed for
forearm functional muscle strength training
with a simultaneous accent on endurance and cardiovascular system workout. The biggest advantage of the equipment is its ability to provide freedom of
variations, giving it a more natural effect vs. the basic dumbbell or other weight lifting
at the gym, where you are almost always given one or two directions of movements. The second advantage is that during the regular arm and
at the gym, the motion direction is only determined by the construction of the machine, while Bison-1, by giving more movement freedom, involves even the most neglected deeper
in keeping the motion direction and the exerciser's stability, thus, reaching more complete muscle tension. The result of such forearm workouts is five to seven times more efficient when working on
, leading to considerable decreases in chances of arm injuries in joints, muscles, and tendons. The forearm equipment uses friction forces for resistance, eliminating inertia, gravity, and need for returning ...