BioDensity (Skeletal Development)

Rapid development with minimal time

Force production is the amount of power that can be exerted against resistance for a predetermined length of time. Force tested, measured and built through bioDensity™ is a more accurate way to measure strength as it eliminates an individual’s natural tendency to access speed and momentum to complete the movement.

All exercise is a signal to the body to adapt to the increased stress and engage protective mechanisms. With repeated use of the bioDensity™, three adaptations occur within the body as force production increases.


  • Bone Density

    When children first begin to walk, then run, they strike the ground with their heels. This heel-strike impact delivers multiples of body weight in to the musculoskeletal systems inducing a response in growth of bone mass density. One of the limiting factors to this type of repeated impact in adults is user discomfort in response to the loading of bone mass against gravity. With bioDensity™, repeated pounding is eliminated and an increase in bone density can be stimulated without the limitations of repetitive movement.
  • Overall Strength

    Over time, the use of the bioDensity™ machine engages the greatest amount of cells possible in the force in impact position. The protocol produces safe, sustained intensity that promotes broader results than what can be produced in conventional exercise. As force production increases across the bioDensity™ factors, strength and performance increases in all of the users chosen activities.
  • Neurological Amplification

    The four impact positions on the bioDensity™ machine are the instinctive positions for absorbing the highest loads natural movement requires. By generating force in these exact positions, users are able to recruit the greatest amount of muscular tissue to work together more effectively over time. With repetition the individual repeats and speeds the action, motor learning takes place generating a greater neural adaptive response.