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They can be used for rehabilitation as well as general strengthening without placing stress on the joints.
No special equipment is needed Examples of Isometric Exercises Arm and Elbow
Planking Cons of Isometric Muscle Contraction Summary Definition According to sportmedicine.com, an isometric muscle contraction, or static exercise, is one in which the muscle fires but there is no movement at a joint.
Isometric contractions are done in static positions, rather than being dynamic through a range of motion.
An example of isometric exercise includes pushing against a wall. In the isometric contraction, the muscle neither shortens nor lengthens; it is static
Isometric exercises can be used for general strength conditioning and for rehabilitation where strengthening the muscles without placing added stress on the joint is permitted Isometric Muscle Contraction By: Josh Duncan, Lauren Gilby, Shaun Keane, Matt (Damian) Weaver They are not a replacement for a full body workout
Only the position of the muscles in that exercise is strengthened, not the full-range of motions
Decreased muscular endurance http://sportsmedicine.about.com/od/glossary/g/Isometric_def.htm http://www.sport-fitness-advisor.com/isometric-exercises.html http://www.questformuscle.com/articles/isometric-exercise.html