The Matrix Training Fitness is a program that was originally created and developed by Dr. Ronald Laura, now a Senior Professor from the University of Newcastle. He was also known as the “Renaissance Professor” and was responsible for refining the Matrix fitness program over three decades through continuous effort and designing new techniques to achieve its efficiency, thus creating an amazing result.
Who can do this?
This type of exercise can be widely used since it does not require you to have strenuous body movement nor rely on lifting something heavy, thus decreasing the risk of potential injuries. Anyone can engage into it, may it be from a kid of 9 years old to and an aged person of 99, obese people or fit, fitness newbies to hardcore athletes or even those that were on therapies, can benefit from the Matrix system. The studies do not remain in a three volume book, as word spreads about its amazing results from those who have benefited from this program.
How does it work?
Anyone who is not familiar would ask, what is matrix training fitness? To put it simply, this type of training is based on a patterned series of movements which exploits our muscles that has not been too much of use in a conventional exercise. The patterns are not your typical training that has a familiar muscle movement thus activating every single fiber we have to generate a potential muscle gain. Apart from strengthening our body, this exercise helps tone up, lose or gain weight and stay fit. As far as clinical and test studies were concerned, the results you get from following a matrix beginners workout that runs 10-15 minutes once in a week has an impact comparable to your conventional workout that runs an hour, 3-4 times in a week. It is also been said that the advance training mat rix has surpassed, through results, all of the other fitness training popular all over the web. Its training changes each week whereas new challenges and techniques were provided. It starts with the “conventional matrix” – the easiest designed for beginners and the intensity of the work out and the increase in its difficulty grew into a more complex scale but still varies on the trainee capacity and goal.
Unlike your conventional training, this does not require you to be in a gym, nor use equipment such as treadmills or barbells and bumper plates. It means that you already saved a quarter of your month’s earnings from paying a membership fee in a fitness club. Or saving your time for a trip downtown.