For many of those who are rehabilitating an injury, passive exerciseisn’t a trend, rather a gentle way to promote healing and speed-up the recoveryprocess. Passive exercise, also known as passive range of motion (ROM) exercises, refers to the range of motion and how far your joints and muscles can move in different directions with the help of either a person or machine.
Everyone can benefit from passive exercises, especially those recovering from injury, the elderly, people with physical disabilities and even stroke survivors with partial paralyzation. Passive exercise can help prevent muscle stiffness and treat spasticity.
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Are you eating healthy and working out regularly, but still searching for ways to speed-up your metabolism? One of the best ways to enhance a healthy lifestyle and boost your metabolism is to incorporate whole body vibration and infrared heat body wraps into your weekly routine.
The process at iSWEAT LODGE in La Jolla was designed to increase metabolism to the point where you are burning hundreds of calories, all while relaxing and watching your favorite Netflix show.
How does whole body vibration speed up metabolism?
Vibration training helps to develop leaner muscle tissue as it increases the metabolic rate. It is a tool that enhances flexibility, range of motion, circulation and lymph drainage. By activating blood circulation...
Many clients who visit iSWEAT LODGE in La Jolla have experienced or are familiar with infrared saunas. They want to know the difference between infrared heat saunas and infrared heat body wraps at iSWEAT LODGE.
The simple answer is: the heat source. The heating elements of infrared saunascome from near infrared heat, while the heat source from a body wrap comes from far infrared heat.
According to Wikipedia – Infrared radiation is popularly known as “heat radiation”, but light and electromagnetic waves of any frequency will heat surfaces and absorb them. Infrared light from the Sun accounts for 49% of the heating of Earth, with the rest being caused by visible light that is absorbed then re-radiated at longer wavelengths.