STATIC / DYNAMIC Training
STATIC/DYNAMIC TRAINING
              (STATIC: Non-movement)(DYNAMIC: Movement)

Static/dynamic training has been shown to be one of the most effective methods to train your
nervous system to perform optimally
(1).  Static first, followed by dynamic has produced excellent results.  
When exercises are followed in this order, there is up to a 20% increase in the amount of work that can
be performed dynamically during each exercise session.  Results deteriorate when the order is
reversed; dynamic and then static
(1).

When using weights, the static part of the exercise must be performed with heavy weights.  It takes a
long time to load and unload weights on a bar. The potential for injury is always present due to the
heavy weight during the exercise; spotters are usually required for this type of training.

KORES is a system that allows for controlled maximum static and dynamic training without the use of
heavy weights. KORES allows you to control the effort with virtually no chance of injury.

Static/Dynamic training has been shown to:
  • Builds Muscles:
  • Strength
  • Football, weight lifting, body building, mountain climbing
  • Fast Twitch
  • Golf, tennis, boxing, martial arts, baseball, hockey, all high speed athletics
  • Tone
  • Hiking, walking, swimming, biking
  • General overall health
  • Supports Bone Health:
  • Heavy loads applied to bones increases bone density
  • Supplements an Aerobic program
  • Heart rate will be elevated during the 15 minutes of exercise
  • Stomach Development                  
  • Each exercise requires full body stabilizer muscles


KORES uses 8 basic exercises that require only 15 minutes to perform.  The exercises should be
preformed three times a week with a rest day in between.


(1)  Chad Waterbury;
The Secret to Motor Unit Recruitment