Indo Board Master Trainer Kevin Hubble shows us a variety of exercises that can be done on the Indo Board.
balance training devices
www.indoboard.com Yesterday we had the pleasure of working with snowboarding World Record Holder (longest jump 187 feet) Mads Jonnson and [Read more…] about Indo Board Training w/Mads Jonnson + Paul Hiniker on the Indo Board Gigante Cushion
Yesterday we had the pleasure of working with snowboarding World Record Holder (longest jump : 187 feet) Mads Jonnson and his personal fitness/strength and conditioning coach, Paul Hiniker. Mads is considered one of the best freeride snowboarders in the world and has the good fortune of working with reknown action sports trainer Paul Hiniker. Paul is not only incredibly well educated when it comes to improving performance in board sports athletes, but as you can see in the video he walks the walk too! Paul put Mads through a series of exercises on the new IndoFLO Gigante’ cushion with the Indo Mini Pro deck on top of the cushion. According to Paul, these products create an environment of instability that almost exactly simulates the unstable environment that one encounters in board sports. This instability forces Mads to activate and strengthen the stabilization structures of the feet, ankles, knees and core. The end result is a workout that challenges Mads’ strength, stability, fitness and neuromuscular response. You may notice that Mads is currently nursing a broken humerus and has very little use of his left arm and shoulder. His ability to perform these exercises with this injury not only speaks volumes about his talent and fitness but also illustrates the fact that balance and stability have very little to do with upper body movement and everything to do with proper form and posture and effective use of the legs, hips and core (torso). Visit the Indo Board YouTube channel to see more videos highlighting the use of Indo Board products in action sports training.
There is no shortage of scientific studies that confirm that proprioceptive neuromuscular training prevents sports-related injuries but a recent review of seven of these “high-quality studies” further confirms the evidence. The specific type of proprioceptive neuromuscular training varies in the studies but they all typically included movements and exercises that can be performed on Indo Board products. This includes, using balance devices, wobble boards, core stability exercises, strength training and agility training just to name a few. To see the review and summaries of each of the seven studies CLICK HERE