Lactic Trapping- Over the last few years the status of lactic has changed from enemy to energy of the muscles. Especially during high intensity exercises lactate is used as an immediate energy source, to spare energy reserves, it replenishes muscle glycogen, as well as signals adaptations to increase glycogen capacity. New data suggests that it does even more including working as a signaling molecule for cell adaptation for cells of the heart, brain, kidneys, fat and muscle tissue. When we trap lactate in the manner shown (by not moving and creating breaks in the joints) we increase the time exposed to the cells, increasing the adaptation rate. This is an extremely efficient way to train this system without expending as much energy.