The AURUM 6 Minute Workout is designed to get you all the benefits of strength & interval training in just 6 Minutes a week.
Is the marriage of two hidden champions in the exercise world. Namely, the High Intensity Training (HIT) method, as presented by science authors Dr. Doug McGuff and John Little, and Isokinetic Exercise Machines into one single concept. As a result, the AURUM Workout is the only workout to simultaneously improve muscle, bone, lungs, heart and central nervous system.
While ultimately intense, the exercises are easy and safe for a person to coordinate and perform thanks to the Muscle-Mind Isokinetic Technology. Instead of devoting your attention and mental strength to the coordination of lifting weights and counting reps, here you perform resistance based movements in a natural way at your optimal intensity and velocity, so your physical and mental power can be placed 100% on performing the exercise without fear of injury.
The 6 Minute Workout consists exclusively of compound exercises - those that involve rotation around several joint axes - and thus involve multiple muscle groups per exercise. These exercises are leg press, pulldown, chest press, torso extension, overhead press and seated row, each lasting one minute only. Performing these "natural movements" at high loads optimally taxes the entire body leading to a short and impactful workout. Safe simulation of high loads is made possible with our Muscle-Mind Isokinetic Biofeedback Technology, which puts you into the driver seat every second of each movement and uses your own strength to fatigue you.
Strength gains happen when muscles are weakened for positive change. Therefore, what you’ll be trying to achieve at each 6 Minute Workout is a deep level of muscular fatigue. You will challenge your body to perform work of a demanding nature, in accordance with muscle and joint function and in a safe environment. You'll meaningfully load the muscular structures to weaken, or “inroad” to stimulate growth. Did you know that exposure to high resistance causes desired microscopic cellular damage that initiates the muscular adaptations and is essential for increasing both muscle and bone mineral density?
"With a total of 30 minutes in and out, this concept suits my full work schedule really well. I am able to gain strength and build muscles in netto 6 minutes a week, and got the time for family and other sports activities."
It's difficult to imagine that you can train your entire body by performing 6 minutes of High Intensity Strength Training? We feel you. That's why testing is for free and we have all the details below.
Have you ever caught yourself watching another person sitting down and you admire their lean, well defined muscle on their thighs? That’s it. Leg Press hits the entire muscle group in the lower body from the waist down, with particular emphasis on the hip and buttock musculature, in other words: glutes. It strongly involves the hamstring musculature on the back of the thighs and the quadriceps musculature located on the front of the thighs, and there is also rotation around the ankle joint, which serves to recruit and load the calf muscles of the lower leg. Testosteron boost guaranteed.
Ever stood in a waiting line and wondered how those defined shoulder blades under the tight T-shirt or an open back dress in front of you are made? Hello Seated Row, also known as an upper-body “pulling” exercise which targets the torso musculature on the posterior aspect of the back and involves the muscles that flex the upper extremity: the latissimus dorsi muscles, the rhomboid musculature between the shoulder blades, the spinal extensor muscles, all the muscles of the flexor side of the forearm that flex your wrist and the biceps, and brachioradialis muscles that bend your arm at the elbow joint. Et voilà!
You know when someone reaches for a glass of wine over the table and you gaze at that perfectly defined bicep and tricep, with nothing hanging, and they sit back with a proud chest, and you straighten your back just from watching? You must try our Chest Press also known as an upper-body “pushing” exercise, which will give you that effect because it involves the muscles on the anterior aspect (front) of the torso, thus the triceps muscles on the back of the upper arm, the deltoid musculature surrounding the shoulder joint, the pectoral muscles (chest), whereby both pectoralis major and pectoralis minor are strongly stimulated.
Ever heard someone say they hardly remember their backache? The gorgeous upright body position is not only for dancers, it's also your natural posture when walking, hiking, skiing, sitting - in any situation! For this, thank Torso Extension, the exercise with the most muscle structures involved, which, combined with the leg press, gives the most significant effect on the cardiovascular system. It targets the entire back muscles from the back extensors, over the quadratus lumborum, trapezius, latissimus and posterior part of the deltoid musculature, also the entire leg musculature, the buttock muscles and the torso with the front and side abdominal muscles. Isn’t it fascinating?
Open chest and decollete, shoulders elegantly pinned back, not falling front and no round back - that’s not an actress or an actor on the movie screen. That’s you and your new favorite Pulldown which strongly activates the musculature of the front and back torso, the sides / obliques and the abdominal muscles (abs), the latissimus dorsi muscles of the upper back and the gripping muscles such as forearm flexors.
Sit back, relax! Strong shoulders will save you throughout the years as they are the ones to ensure the upright posture even if you do sedentary work most of the time. Please meet Overhead Press which engages all of the muscles involved in an upper-body “pushing” movement: the triceps muscles on the back of the upper arms, the deltoid musculature and the pectoralis muscles. Ready to give it a try?