Why Strength Matters
There are essentially four different categories of exercise, and, according to the National Institute on Aging (NIA), participation in all four types is necessary for full health benefits: endurance / aerobics, strength training / weight lifting, balance, and stretching / flexibility.
The NIA states that strength-training / weight-lifting exercises should be performed two to three days per week with a rest day between sessions. Strength training activities should include exercises for all major muscle groups – shoulders, arms, chest, abdomen, back, hips, and legs.
HUR TECHNOLOGY FOR STRENGTH
HUR SmartTouch Technology
HUR SmartTouch technology helps clients maximize workouts and allows trainers, therapists, and directors to save time and track outcomes across peer groups and centers.Learn More
HUR Analog Technology
HUR Analog equipment utilizes the same advanced exercising methods found on all HUR strength equipment but uses a manual interface. Individuals can easily adjust resistance through a “plus” and “minus” button located on the display. HUR Analog Equipment is perfect for organizations looking for the benefits of pneumatic strength training equipment but without the need for added technology.Learn More
HUR Accessible Series
A strong active lifestyle that includes regular physical activity is vital for the health, happiness, and independence of wheelchair-bound adults. As the strength experts for aging well, HUR is the top provider of wheelchair accessible strength training equipment and technology solutions specifically designed for older adults in senior living centers and rehabilitation centers.Learn More
HUR Premium Series
HUR provides research-driven technology to support physical performance and athleticism. Our Performance Line of equipment offers an array of benefits to both instructors and users, including innovative progress data tracking and elegant Scandinavian design built for results.Learn More
A Trusted Partner in Your Success
How Can HUR Become a Partner in Your Success?
Contact HUR for a personalized wellness strategy consultation at (847) 729-2636.