The kBox and the kPulley target many important aspects of track and field athletes’ strength and conditioning needs and are already in use by renowned coaches and Olympic athletes.
The possibilities of flywheel training on the kBox and the kPulley highly correlate with the physiological requirements of competitive track & field sports, offering accessible training for eccentric strength, anaerobic capacity, and training in sport-specific angles.
With heavy flywheels for high inertia and their easy-to-adjust range of motion, on the kBox and kPulley athletes can grind through really heavy concentric and eccentric work with a constant load in both full range squats for building general strength and mass and also sport-specific in a more limited range of motion. Besides squats, popular exercises are split squats, RDLs and deadlifts, hip flexor exercises and calf press for lower limb.
The versatility and efficacy of the kBox and kPulley are the key benefits why leading track & field coaches incorporate the flywheel training into their programming.
With the kBox, efficient and supporting sport-specific training is easier to bring out in the field or on trips than any gravity-based weight training equipment, building a gym wherever the athlete is.
Also, the kBox and the kPulley can be ideal and powerful tools for post-activation potentiation just before a competition.
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