Monday, April 23rd 2012

2 Hot Bods Show You the AV-Technique

{Asymmetrical Variance} = fitness training technique which taps into the body's natural movement patterns *instead* of forcing it to move in un-natural ways, usually seen in common health clubs - especially on typical exercise machines In this recent video, Belinda Benn and I demonstrate 5 AV body-weight, upper-body exercises. I do the advanced version and she then does the intermediate version of each move. The 5 AV Exercises Are: 1 - AV Inverted Row 2 - AV Dips 3 - AV Shoulder Press 4 - AV Push-ups 5 - AV Pull-ups
[caption id="attachment_671" align="alignnone" width="397" caption="Joey Spots Belinda on AV Pull-Ups"]Joey Spots Belinda on AV Pull-Ups[/caption]

Click the PLAY Button Below to See the Full Training Session:

Ok - So, What's the Big Deal About Asymmetrical Variance?

Asymmetrical Variance (AV) taps into the body's natural multi-dimensional movement patterns instead of forcing it into rigid, 2-dimensional movements which is typical of conventional gym equipment and generic fitness routines. AV creates deeper and faster muscle stimulation to produce changes to your body in shorter amounts of time – and with less stress and strain on your body. AV allows you to take a basic body-weight exercise, such as the push-up; for example - and then apply the principle of natural AV body movements to create several exercise variations of that one body-weight exercise. With the variety in muscle pattern movement and fiber recruitment - the training effect happens with less training volume and less repetition of similar movements. So, for what you’d get out of a typical ‘weights & machines’ type workout in 7 or 8 sets – you’d accomplish in 3 or 4 sets via AV training (and, with less repetitions too). Less reps and sets means shorter workout times and major reductions in joint aches and overuse injuries. All while getting results in shorter time spans. Yes - VERY sweet... Got some thoughts or comments about the video or the AV Technique of fitness training? Then post below, please... Your trainer for life, - Joey Atlas

  • Singhgurmukhsingh

    Its wonderful. I’ll try that. Thanks

  • Tushna Irani

    very interesting technique! great variations!……. will try it out…….. thank you

  • Lili

    ill give it a try …seems helpful …thank you dear joey