Similar to astronauts, OsteoStrong is able to harness the pressure that strengthens your muscles and bones.
I was born in 1969, and have always been attracted to NASA and the U.S. space program. When I was growing up, NASA’s high tech practices dazzled me. Throughout my life, shuttle launches, rockets, or astronauts doing just about anything has been a huge deal for me. I have always geeked out on that.
One time, in a James Bond movie, NASA put astronauts in a container that spun incredibly fast to train them for their voyage. In the movie, you can see the training astronauts sitting in a chair with their faces stretching backwards from the pressure of the mini g’s. I remember thinking about how terrifying it must have been to be stuck in a tiny container spinning that fast. Looking at the whole experience from the outside, I thought, “I would be throwing up all over the place!”
Why would they do that to themselves?
Well, when a rocket launches, it creates a massive amount of pressure with g forces, and the astronauts sit within that force to prepare them for their voyage into outer space. In fact, if you experience five, six, or even seven g’s of force, you cannot even lift up your arm. It is practically impossible to lift it up, so you continue to sink into your chair under the weight of all that force. The astronauts have to train to be able to sustain many g’s of force to prepare them to shoot right up into the sky. I think it is absolutely terrifying and super amazing all at once. Younger, teenage Kyle thought the whole ordeal was incredibly cool, and I was always fascinated watching the entire event.
I have said before; the human body responds to pressure. The more pressure you can withstand, the more benefits arise.
Whether it is a hyperbaric chamber, an OsteoStrong session, or even resistance training with heavy weights, you are always going to get a better result with the more pressure you generate.
In fact, this pressure is why sprinters have much larger thighs than endurance runners. With all of that strength, Olympic-level sprinters always look incredible. They have so much muscle. However, if you look at an endurance or marathon runner, they are skinny from the amount of pressure that triggers the development of superior strength, muscle, and bone.
That is what we are talking about here: creating pressure in a controlled, safe environment. Only then can you see OsteoStrong’s massive result.