Helmfit The Helm Core Fitness Strength Training System - Multi Grip Push Up and Plank Device for Balance Ball and Stability Ball, Grey
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- Designed for use on BOSU Balance Trainer, BOSU Ballast Ball or any stability ball (Ball not included). Can also be used on the floor.
- Train biceps, triceps, shoulders, upper back and lower back while increasing core strength.
- 3 grip options target a wide range of muscle groups while preventing wrist strain, fatigue and pain.
- Easily portable - Weighs less than 5 pounds but supports over 700 pounds.
- Lifetime warranty – Made in the USA.
- Department Name: Unisex-Adult
- Material Type: Plastic
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Helm - Engineered To Enhance Workout Routines & Improve Athlete Performance.
ADDING A NEW DIMENSION TO YOUR WORKOUT
The Helm allows you to perform upper body & core routines with a BOSU Balance Trainer or stability ball. The combination of the Helm and a ball creates a multi-dimensional axis, forcing your body to stabilize and adjust with every movement.
ENHANCING NEURO-MUSCULAR CONTROL
With the Helm on the ball, your body is forced to react, respond and adjust to every minor movement in the ball, in order to maintain balance. This means your brain is constantly creating & reinforcing new connections to your musculature much quicker than it would during a standard routine. These constant connections lead to a greater ability to control and predict muscle movements.
PROMOTING QUICKER, STRONGER RECOVERIES.
Training with the Helm in a re-hab scenario helps boost athlete recovery. The instability factor helps build muscle connections quicker, which in turn builds stronger tissue to prevent re-injury while strengthening the athlete’s control over the injured joint or muscle group.
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I can do a lot of push-ups and hold a plank for long time, only my wrists fatigue in the bent position. This bar allows for hand grip position and it is solid with options for close and wide stance, vertical and horizontal.
The weight of this is only 4.4 lbs (just weighed it.) You can take this with you to the park to do exercises! I guess if you wanted to add weight to the bar for training, you could wrap wrist weights on the edges (just make sure they are on securely so don't fall off and bop your head.)
The material is strong and solid. I don't know what it is but liken it most closely to whatever they make those composite dog chews shaped like bones from (Nylabone types.) It is a smooth surface and does not have any smell. Metal bars leave a metal smell on your hands, this won't do that.
I have a Bosu ball so can couple this to add variation to plank/push up stability exercises.
In all, it's a nice gadget. I can see it being used more often that some other home exercise equipment I have.
I purchased here because the price was same as on web-site and Prime delivery plus Amazon easy returns is preferred.
It does not come with any carrying bag (likely need to hang it on a hook in garage or closet or work out room) and does not come with any manual or chart or suggested exercises. The web-site is limited as to what it offers, as I pointed out above. I think they should add the HIIT workouts to the web-site, too, and maybe a dedicated "user" section with exercises detailed out and some work-outs. Doesn't have to be a ton, but some would be nice. The video clips there are just push-up form demos and not really "relatable" to a wider audience who would be able to use this well if shown the possibilities.
I recommend if you work out, especially if you are a free lance or own business personal trainer who takes clients out or has classes in the park/at the beach. You could do a lot of different exercises with this and it's fun, good work out.
I know others will use it on a Bosu ball, but I use it on a full size yoga ball, be careful because this bad boy will force you to utilize many different muscles to stabilize oneself.
I don’t see this piece of training equipment as a gimmick, rather it compliments people who may have difficulty using a yoga ball for planks, pushups and core stabilization exercises.
PS. It’s great for working ones triceps too.
I saw that someone asked if there was a video online showing how to do workouts with the Helm so I've uploaded the video for all to see :)