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Self-resistance mode may allow one to practice any press-derivative exercises, where in addition to the weight of the body, muscles must also overcome the resistance of their respective opposing muscles. In this event the muscles alternate and exchange the dominant role by one side, then by the other. So, for example, it is possible to fold the arm in the elbow joint by straining the biceps and triceps at the same time. In this struggle between the two muscle groups, they both win alternately.

A group of exercises exists in which the self-resistance mode is presented in the dynamic movements of joints. This, for example, happens in self-resistance-based turning in any of the arm, leg, loin or neck joints.

In the contest of self-resistance between muscles, it is possible to always reach a vibrational effect. The energy intensively flows to the joint centers around which the movement is affected. This feeds tissues, and facilitates their warming and regeneration after exercises that use deep hyper-mobility.



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