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STUDIES

The QuickGym / ROM machine was ahead of its time and there weren’t many studies to support the science behind the piece of exercise equipment when it was first on the market. However, in the almost 20 years that have passed since we first started manufacturing the machine, the scientific community has caught up with the science behind high intensity exercise. We have collected a few studies here for you to read. Some are specific to the QuickGym / ROM machine, while others focus on the benefits of high intensity exercise.

Burgomaster Journal of  Physiology Study   Burgomaster Journal of Physiology Study
2008
 
Hawley Journal of  Physiology Study   Hawley Journal of Physiology Study
2008
 
Gibala Current Sports Medicine Reports Study   Gibala Current Sports Medicine Reports Study
2007
 
Tabata Study   Tabata Study
1996
 
USC Study   USC Study
1995
 
Tremblay Study   Tremblay Study
1994
 
ROM machine´s effects on VO2 Max and Endurance Capacity   ROM machine´s effects on VO2 Max and Endurance Capacity
2007
 
ROM machine´s effects on Muscular Strength and Body Composition   ROM machine´s effects on Muscular Strength and Body Composition
2007
 
Cardiovascular Adaptations
by M. Doug McGuff, M.D.


Effects of High-Intensity Strength Training on Quality-of-Life Parameters in Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients
By Yael Beniamini PhD et al


Importance of resistance training for patients after a cardiac event
By Jenny Adams, PhD et al


Effectiveness of High-Intensity Interval Training for the Rehabilitation of Patients With Coronary Artery Disease
By Darren E.R. Warburton, PhD et al