Flywheel training is gaining more and more momentum in performance sports training, and gyms all over Europe and the US have started including kBox training as part of their offering. The scientific support for flywheel training is also growing. But it’s not just top athletes and hardcore bodybuilders that can benefit from this technology.
Whether you’re someone who wants to start living a more active lifestyle, a young athlete who wants an edge over competitors at a rival school, a serious amateur looking to up your game for the next club match, or a simply a busy business person who doesn’t have time to go to the gym. No matter who you are, flywheel training is built for those who want results.
The Exxentric kBox offers highly efficient flywheel training in an ergonomic and safe way. Its variable resistance automatically adjusts the load to the user’s intensity throughout the full range of motion. This, together with the easily accessible eccentric load or overload, stimulates an increase in strength and mass that is superior to that of traditional weights. The kBox produces results, whether you’re a stressed-out CEO who wants to get back into shape, a busy mother, a serious bodybuilder or an athlete.
The variable resistance of the kBox also means you don’t have to change weights between sets or different users of different levels and heights. This is a huge time saver not only at the gym or personal training session, it also maximises your workout time when you’ve only got time for a quick session at home. And with our app-based feedback systems, you can follow your progress, thereby motivating you to achieve better results.
Using the harness to exercise your legs and lower body, you put less focus on how to do the exercise properly, and more on your effort and performance. This is because the harness relieves pressure from your upper back, and keeps your lower back from twisting, allowing you to start doing squats with virtually no experience.
Another practical advantage with the various kBox models are their mobility. The unit weighs a mere 23 kg (50 lbs) with accessories, and only needs 0.5 square meters of space. This is perfect for maximising space in a smaller gym, and allows you to easily move it around a bigger gym to set up circuit training or use in a group training environment. The mobility of the unity also makes it easy to move the unit around your house, whether you want to workout in your bedroom, in the lounge, or outside on the patio.
Offering a range of more than 30 exercises, increased efficacy, safety, and mobility, the kBox the perfect all-in-one workout machine. It offers incredible value for money over traditional gym equipment, with better results.
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