Ariel Computerized Exercise Machine
Ariel Dynamics is proud to introduce the new generation of the revolutionary ACES (Ariel Computerized Exercise System).
The most unique system and advanced technology on the market today. The personal computer approach to the practice of resistance exercise is a quantum change in both thinking and application. The “artificial intelligent” technology puts resistance exercise into a broad new realm of possibilities for physical conditioning, sports training, rehabilitation, medical evaluation, research and executive fitness.
Athletic training of the past has been unable to reproduce real athletic movement at speeds comparable to those achieved during competitive sports. ACES’ revolutionary mix of computer-controlled resistance technology, custom- designed equipment and professional expertise has changed athletic training forever!
For the first time, there is a “closed loop” computerized exercise system that has the capability to monitor an individual’s present physical status, ability, and daily progress while exercising. ACES provides the continuous measurement of “real time” human performance allowing for feedback as a loop between the machine and the computer providing controls over the measured parameters (force, velocity, power, acceleration, and fatigue). The computer has the intellectual capabilities and assumes responsibility to adjust and modify its assignments by choosing the precise level of each parameter.
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ACES trains muscles to contract fast. The faster the muscles contract, the faster the limb moves, the faster a person can run, the higher a person can jump, the harder they can hit, the further they can throw…