In the Media

Curious about what others say about the kBox and Exxentric? Here is a selection of articles and podcasts about us.

Articles about Exxentric

La Kbox d’Exxentric, à quoi cela sert ? By Sodimat Materiel Medical – November 23, 2018

Rymdforskning gav affärsidén by Emil Rönnlund – November 7, 2018

Exxentric expands flywheel training offering with a new product line by Lauren Heath-Jones – June 5, 2018

Interview with Fredrik Correa from Exxentric by Milan Veselinović & Robert Simonič – May 29 (1) & June 3 (2), 2018

Exxentric kBox4 Flywheel Training Review by Cooper Mitchell – December 20, 2017

Singapore’s most high-tech gym is about to open and it has the world’s first VR bike – this is what it’s like by Aqilah Allaudeen – November 22, 2017

Product Review: Exxentric KBox by Dr. Joel Seedman, Ph.D. – 2016

Svänghjulsträningen tar ny fart by Henrik Lydén [Swedish: page 1,  page 2] – July 2016

What every coach ought to know about flywheel training by Fredrik Correa -December 2014

How To Use the kMeter to Develop Eccentric Power by Carl Valle – 2014

kBox3 review by Drew Cooper – 2014

 

Articles featuring Exxentric

Want to be bionic? We have the technology by Paul Henderson – July 23, 2018

 Moderner, aber es bleibt eine Schinderei by Adrian Ruch – June 28, 2018

See Kate Upton Crush Her ‘Leg Day’ Workout While Watching Her Fiancé’s Baseball Game by Julie Mazziotta – September 28, 2017

 Kate Upton Is Catching Heat From Gym Rats For This Workout Video by Gus Turner – August 21, 2017

Eccentric Training and The Younger Athlete by James Baker – July 2016

Power of Inertial Training: A Case for the Substitution of Core Barbell Lifts with Flywheel Resistance by Paul Cater, MSc, CSCS – October 2015

“Sniped” – The war on hamstring injuries, Part 3 by Brian Guilmette, CSCS, SCCC – JULY 30, 2015

6 Sure-fire Eccentric Exercises to Build (and Re-build) Athletic Monsters by Carl Valle – 2015

Epic Speed Training Interview with Chris Korfist by Joel Smith – 2015

5 Drills to Improve Vertical Force and Run Really Fast by Chris Korfist – 2015

My Love Affair with the Bulgarian Split Squat by Chris Korfist – 2015

Is Inertial Training the Next Breakthrough in Athletic Performance? by Joel Smith – December 11, 2015

 

Television Programs featuring Exxentric

Breakfast Television & City News Montreal by Coach Rich Thaw – September 5, 2018

 

Interviews on Exxentric.com

How the kBox Helps Dutch Physiotherapist Lotta Lafeber by Fredrik Correa – Exxentric.com – September 29, 2015

“The Best Piece of Equipment I Have Come Across” with sprint coach Chris Korfist by Fredrik Correa – Exxentric.com – September 29, 2014

 

Podcasts featuring Exxentric

Tyngre Träningssnack #142 [Swedish]: Jacob Gudiol and William Valkeaoja interviews Niklas Westblad – July 31, 2018

The Negative Splits Podcast #94: Glen Zdon and Bill Zdon interviews Sara Hall – June 14, 2018

Historic Performance Podcast #87: James Darley interviews Cody Roberts – April 5, 2017

Just Fly Performance Podcast #30: Joel Smith interviews Mike Young – January 10, 2017

Just Fly Performance Podcast #10: Joel Smith interviews Ryan Horn – August 5, 2016

Rugby Strength Coach Podcast #32: Keir Wenham-Flatt interviews Ryan Horn – July 24, 2016

Historic Performance Podcast #45: James Darley interviews Fredrik Correa – April 6, 2016

Tyngre Träningssnack #6 [Swedish]: Jacob Gudiol and William Valkeaoja interviews Fredrik Correa – December 15, 2015

Super Strength Show #106: Ray Toulany interviews Fredrik Correa – July 27, 2015

 

Active

kBox4 Active

The Newest model, the kBox4 Active is built on proven, reliable technology. The perfect tool in strength and rehabilitation at our lowest price point.

  • Newest Model
  • Holds 1-2 Flywheels
  • kMeter Compatible
  • Weighs 15 kg
  • Starting at €1 410 / $1 585
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Lite

kBox4 Lite

Often chosen for its smaller foot-print, the kBox4 Lite model is of a lower weight, portability and not to mention its competitive entry cost level.

  • Portability
  • Holds 1-4 Flywheels
  • Built in kMeter
  • Weighs 9.5 kg
  • Starting at €2 300 / $2 575
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Pro

kBox4 Pro

The kBox4 Pro is our premium model with the greatest versatility. It’s ideal for sports teams and larger training and physiotherapy facilities.

  • Largest Floor Space
  • Holds 1-4 Flywheels
  • Built in kMeter
  • Weighs 15.5 kg
  • Starting at €2,990 / $3,345
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kPulley

The kPulley is the ideal horizontal solution for improving strength by offering flywheel training for rotational and pull exercises.

  • Horizontal Model
  • Holds 1-2 Flywheels
  • Built in kMeter
  • Easy to assemble
  • Starting at €1 750 / $1 955
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