In the previous video, I discussed how to do pressing isometrics if you have a barbell and power rack available. In my opinion, this is the best option. But not everyone has that same equipment.
So, in this video I give you an alternative option that anybody that lives in a house will have, and that is to use a doorway for your pressing isometrics instead.
See it in action in the video below.
In it I cover:
- 9 different types of isometrics which is important to understand because different types are used for different purposes and trained different ways.
- How to do Isometrics (what must be done and what is optional)
- The Extended Style of Isometrics
- How to Measure Progress in Isometrics because let’s face it, this is the major downside to this form of training, but there are ways around it.
- The importance of Joint Angles in isometric training
- The 3 Primary Training Goals worth going after with Isometrics along with programming options for each.
- A Complete No-Equipment Isometric Workout from Bob Hoffman in just 12 Exercises