Learn the Inertia Wave™ 7 Methods of Use

Inertia Wave

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave tubes.
  • Begin by rhythmically springing the length of both tubes up and down simultaneously as if you were shaking water off of your hands.
  • All the energy is directed to the center of the tubes, do not let the tubes hit the ground.
  • You should hear a “whooshing” wind sound if you are doing it correctly.
HERO-WAVE

Hero Wave

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave Tubes.
  • Begin by rhythmically recreating the movement of a “drum roll”, with an alternating the right and left hand pattern.
  • All the energy is directed to the center of the tubes, and the tubes will hit the ground when this movement is performed correctly.
THUNDER-SLAP

Thunder Slap

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave Tubes.
  • Begin by rhythmically springing the length of both tubes up and down simultaneously as if you were shaking water off of your hands.
  • The Thunder Slap raises both tubes simultaneously in the same pattern, while using speed and inertia to then slap both tubes on the ground at the same time.
  • Keep slapping the tubes against the ground for the duration of the movement.
DOUBLE-OVER

Double Over

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave Tubes.
  • Begin by rotating your right hand counter-clockwise first, followed by rotating your left hand clockwise.
  • This begins a circumduction pattern with one tube over the other.
  • Keep your shoulder firm and your wrists loose and listen for the “whoosh” wind sound if you are doing this movement correctly.

Cross Fire

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave Tubes.
  • Begin by holding the tubes close to your abdomen, and then flutter both tubes simultaneously parallel to the floor.
  • Both tubes will move together in a sideways motion, progressively generative a whip like, snake like motion in the transverse plane.
SUPER-TYPHOON

Super Typhoon

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave tubes.
  • Stand in line with the bands, by taking one quarter turn to the right and then the left.
  • Stand perpendicular as you center both tubes in-line with the center of the chest (sternum) approximately 4-8 inches from your body.
  • Begin by fluttering both tubes (similar to the Cross Fire) horizontally and parallel to the floor.
  • Both tubes should move cooperatively together, with a continuous spring like oscillating pattern.
  • Both tubes should follow one another in a whipping motion, as speed is generated from the user.

Oxygen Thief

  • Your knees, ankles, and hips should be spring like and slightly flexed during this method, with feet spaced 12-inches apart
  • As you keep your elbows back and near your sides, grasp both ends of the Inertia Wave Tubes.
  • Begin by rhythmically springing the length of both tubes up and down simultaneously as if you were shaking water off of your hands.
  • Like the Thunder Slap, Oxygen Thief raises both tubes simultaneously in the same pattern, while using speed and inertia to then slap both tubes on the ground at the same time.
  • As you continue slapping the tubes against the ground, slowly descend into a quarter-squat position and immediately accelerate with force to jump off of the ground.  As you return to the ground, decelerate and return to an athletic posture.
  • Continue to repeat the jump squat movement, while slapping the ground with the tubes, for the duration of the movement.

Inertia Wave™ 7- Methods of Use

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