LOW IMPACT PLYOMETRICS
High Velocity, Low Impact, Jump and Jump-Squat Training,
with Minimal Risk of Injury.
The Pneubounder™, a low-impact cross between plyometrics and resistance training, allows users to exercise in a functionally correct upright posture for lower body strength and power, using HIIT protocols to cut your training time in half.
Users of all levels develop the fast-twitch muscle fiber underlying quick reactions and explosive movement, in a training enviroment that minimizes the risk of falls or overuse injuries. No cords, boxes, or shoulder weights required: just natural, high velocity movement using Plyo Systems, LLC patented Variable Stroke Air Spring technology.
PNEUBOUNDING: FOR HEALTH, PERFORMANCE AND REHABILITATION
How does an athlete or fitness member take full advantage of plyometric jump or high intensity training without risking slips, falls or overuse injuries? Traditional jump training requires athletes to land on their feet repeatedly with full-body force. Such impact increases the risk of strain or injury, limiting the potential benefit that plyometric training offers.
Meet the Pneubounder – the revolutionary exercise machine that’s changing the way athletes, coaches and trainers think about high intensity jump training. The Pneubounder combines plyometric exercise with its patented Variable Stroke Air Spring technology.
The result is a state-of-the-art exercise machine that allows users to jump vigorously on a stable, low-impact machine, supporting power conditioning protocols. The exercise can easily and progressively adjust for a wide range of intensities and range of body motion. Unlike other “jumping” apparatus, the user’s feet never leave the platform, virtually eliminating the high impact forces that could lead to injury.
- Enhanced Strength and Power
- Greater Speed and Quickness
- Faster Reaction Time
- Improved Balance and Coordination
- Incremental, Progressive Improvements in Stabilizer Muscles for Injury Prevention
- Minimize De-conditioning in Rehab, Allowing Quicker Recovery to Sport and Work
- Aerobic Conditioning and Expanded Anaerobic Capacity