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Isometric exercise with the IGRIP practiced on a regular basis will tone and strengthen
the muscles in the body, improve bone density, and prevent the muscle loss
a lot of aging seniors experience. Isometric training has long been
considered an excellent way of fighting the effects of osteoporosis and
hardness of the bone. If you are 50 and above, your chances are
1 in 2 that you have first-stage bone loss.

Isometric exercise is a natural strengthening exercise which
goes back more than a 1000 years. It's one of the purest
forms of exercising. Since there's no movement in an
isometric static contraction, there's little risk of joint
or muscle damage. With the IGRIP, there are no
cumbersome weights to lift, and you control the force.

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