Using control of muscle speed , muscle tension, and energy burn within
target muscle to develop fine motor learning and feedback loop called IsoNeuro® .
Step 1 - Use a weight which you can control for a minimum of 10 reps and 60
seconds. Control the speed of lifting up weight (concentric flexing of muscle) with
exhaling air for 3 seconds followed by lowering weight (eccentric flexing of muscle)
with smooth controlled release with inhale for 3 seconds.
TIP: Focus on feeling muscle tightening and stretching in target area.
Step 2 - Begin each muscle movement and adjust range to control speed of joint. 3
second lift then 3 second lowering equals 6 seconds per repetition. As muscle
tension with applied stress on target muscles starts to respond you will feel energy
burning directly inside of target muscle. Maintain proper control and posture.
TIP: Focus on awareness of energy burning within target area.
Step 3 - After performing 10-15 reps, you should now sense an increased awareness
of blood flowing into target muscle. Repeat again for another set of reps in this
method. Focus on performing the most precise fine motor skill movements you can
within the target muscles to develop IsoNeuro® movements.
TIP: Focus on circulation of blood into target muscles.