Technology for Muscle and Bone Density
All new bioDensity™ technology makes it easy for anyone to experience the benefits of heavy weight bearing exercise. In four different positions, you will push or pull against an immovable force (isometrics) as hard as you can. This causes an adaptive response in the body that results in stronger bones, muscles, and nerve function. Not only can bioDensity help to increase bone density and fight the effects of osteoporosis, it represents an option for everyone to maximize their body strength and function!
Our bones are made of a supple material that responds to weight bearing pressure. bioDensity allows you to put the greatest amount of weight bearing pressure on your bones that your body can generate. The adaptive response in the bones is to get stronger to resist the pressure. This technology has proven to, over time, fight osteoporosis and naturally increase bone density.
Our muscles are made up of muscle fibers.... and those fibers are made up of tiny little muscle strands called myofibrils. In regular workouts, we increase the size of the muscle fiber through multiple repetions. With bioDensity, we are increasing the density of the muscle fibers by multiplying the myofibril count. This type of muscle development is not only stronger, it is longer lasting.
“NASM recognizes that bioDensity™ training represents a new, leading-edge approach to increase strength and bone density gains for the aging, sports performance and de-conditioned markets. We are committed to working with Performance Health Systems to manage the evidence-based research process through accredited research institutions; both in the sports science and medical communities.”
Dr. Michael Clark
Chief Executive Officer,
National Academy of Sports Medicine
“Until now, we have never been able to maximize the central nervous system involvement, or measure results for analysis – PHS bioDensity™ technology provides this capability. The data results that PHS provides will play a significant role in preventing and/or minimizing many degenerative conditions that people experience today.”
Dr. Kevin Steele
Chairman of the Performance Health Systems Scientific and Medical Advisory Board,
Past chair of the National Academy of Sports Medicine
Member of the American College of Sports Medicine