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THE INTERACTIVE ATLIN PRINCIPLE

THE INTERACTIVE ATLIN PRINCIPLE

The Atlin® Principle describes the interactive pedal operation with the training equipment for light but effective training.

It is well-known that various training equipment carries the risk of straining the body, thereby injuring the user during training. As an example, many people are tempted to use too much weight when doing leg pressing exercises. Being able to press with a heavy load is a challenge; however, the knees might be unable to sustain the load.

The problem of patients adding too much load and injuring themselves is solved with the interactive Atlin® Principle. As the patients do not have to overcome a pre-installed resistance, they are not tempted to do too much. When using the training robot, the patients only have to do what it possible within their personal limits.

THE ATLIN® PRINCIPLE IN SHORT

The pedal resistance only depends on the pressure applied to the pedals by the user.

This means that when you start to pedal, you experience only a slight resistance, and when you pedal faster, the resistance is increased.

The human body is set up in a way that requires faster pedalling to reach a higher effect. To the weakest patients it is very important that the training robot starts in a low gear. This fact has led us to chose a pedal steering principle that allows the pedal speed to adjust the pedal resistance in accordance with an S-shaped curve, and pedal resistance equals patient pressure on the pedals. In this way, the pedal movements start off easy. When you press the pedals harder, you reach the steeper part of the S-shaped curve where pedal resistance and pedal speed increase slightly faster with increased pedal pressure.

The proportion between pedal speed and pressure decreases again when you approach 75 pedal revolutions per minute. An increased pedal pressure does not lead to an increased pedal speed once you reach 75 revolutions per minute.

By starting off very slowly and letting the speed increase with an increase in pedal pressure, the same training equipment can be used with full benefits by both strong and weak patients without having to adjust the weight to fit each patient. No resistance at all is particularly suitable for weak patients.

Many investigations have shown that when doing cycling training at a certain level of power [watt], there is a difference between the pedal speed that affects the metabolism and the pedal speed that feels comfortable. The average recreational athlete tends to go for a higher pedal speed than the one which is actually most effective to the metabolism.

When we operate the pedals according to the Atlin® Principle, we use the S-shaped curve that combines a good metabolic effect with a comfortable feeling of activity.

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