Exxentric products give you infinite opportunities for effective exercise. Here are some of the best flywheel training exercises you can do with the kBox and kPulley. Don’t let gravity hold you down.
A beloved exercise with many different names, on the kBox referred to as split squat. Without losing the edge of balance and postural training, this exercise really boosts your force development in the lower body. Read more. #kBoxSplitSquat
Often referred to as a typical exercise performed on a gym training machine. However, with the kBox, the leg curl is now even more challenging thanks to the eccentric retraction and overload possibilities. Read more. #kBoxLegCurl
With the Exxentric ultra light bar, this will be your new favourite exercise. The biceps curl on the kBox is a great exercise performed together with the principles of flywheel training. Read more. #kBoxBicepsCurl
Building calf strength is a foundation to ankle stability and for good lower body mechanics. Calf raises on the kBox will put extra effort on the user thanks to the variable resistance, overload options, and wide loading spectrum thanks to the flywheel technology. Read more. #kBoxCalfRaise
The kBox row exercise offers many variations ranging from warm-up and conditioning to heavier loading and overloaded. If you would do only one exercise for the upper body, this should be the one. Read more. #kBoxRow
The shrug is a standard drill in weightlifting and fitness to work the upper trapezius muscle, adding eccentric overload thanks to the kBox and you will have a completely new dimension to this drill. Read more. #kBoxShrug
Great functioning shoulders are essential for a balanced and healthy lifestyle, even if you are performing any sport, training for overall fitness or want to improve your function in your everyday life. Read more. #kBoxShoulderVariations
The Thruster constitutes of a front squat followed by an overhead press, performed on the kBox for improved coordination, balance, and strength while also challenges your conditioning. Read more. #kBoxThruster
With the kPulley row, you can now vary your rowing exercises thanks to the horizontal option. Sit, stand, lay or what else you prefer, your flywheel range of rowing exercises is now complete. Read More.
Performing push exercises with flywheel technology as with any other similar weight stack device has now been made possible thanks to the kPulley. Read more.
Can be performed as a cable hip adduction, single leg kick or regular kickback. This exercise is a must-do if you are looking to build a foundation for your gluteus maximus, hamstrings and lower back. Read more.
A strong midline is essential in performance sports and for overall strength. A strong core improves posture and helps to stabilize the body when lifting objects. Being able to activate the core muscles may also help reduce back pain. Read more.
Now offers more variations and performance becomes even more versatile with the kPulley thanks to horizontal placement and adjustable length. Read more.
First performed on the kBox. Now, we extend the opportunities for stronger arm by adding the horizontal flywheel experience to your strength training. The biceps curl range of possibilities is now complete. Read more.
The leg curl, first performed on the kBox, is a great isolated movement to improve strength mainly in your hamstrings and glutes, and may also reduce the risk of injuries. Read more.
Thanks to the horizontal position of the kPulley, isolated shoulder exercises including external and internal rotations are now more convenient for rehabilitation purposes or overall accessory strength exercises. Read more.
Kneeling Glute Thruster
With the horizontal attachment of the kPulley, you are able to do hip extensions in a wide range of settings. To be able to target the glutes in the best way possible, the kPulley variation of the Thruster will not make you disappointed. Read more.