Frequently Asked Questions
Flywheel training can be used for both hypertrophy and strength training which has been shown in multiple studies.
You can quantify your training output with our kMeter app where you can track all of your progress and keep records of previous training sessions in order to program your flywheel training.
Yes, all Exxentric devices allow for strength training concentrically and eccentrically with an emphasis on the eccentric phase. You can find various exercises and applications here:
Some of the benefits of Flywheel training with variable resistance are that it allows for specific training such as Isometric Training, Mobility Training, Power Training, PAP, and more:
Yes, with all Exxentric Flywheel devices the resistance is variable, dynamic, and unlimited. The resistance is based on the power input and the level of Inertia used for each exercise:
We have training programs that are develop on our Academy for all users. Our Education team is more than happy to help you with setting something up!
There are many key benefits of using Flywheel equipment during Rehab, here you can read an article from Dutch Physiotherapist Lotta Lafeber and how she implements Flywheels in her work:
Here you can find what is measured through the kMeter app, and how to understand and use the data that is measured through the kMeter app:
Flywheel training is dynamic and resistance based training which makes it a great fit for Rehabilitation, you can find more specific advantages of Flywheel training in Rehabilitation here:
Almost all exercises can be done with both the kBox and kPulley, you can find examples and applications of exercises here:
Yes, all Exxentric equipment is certified according to the relevant EU and US regulations. Read all about it here:
Yes, it is possible to limit the Range of Motion with all of our devices. You can watch this great video tutorial:
The Variable Resistance allows for a dynamic resistance training, meaning that each rep is different depending on the power input. This makes Flywheel training a great tool for anyone with past or current injuries. You can find more specific information on how to deal with current injuries and prevent future injuries here:
With our Harness that has a unique ergonomic fit, you can perform all types of compound exercise without overloading a specific part of your body such as your back.
Flywheel training is based on Variable Resistance that comes from the level of Inertia used to perform an exercise, whereas regular weight machines are dependant on gravity.
In short, the Concentric phase is when the muscle shortens or contracts and the Eccentric phase is when the muscle lengthens or extends.
Flywheel training is a great tool for all levels and all ages, being based on Variable Resistance each exercise can be adjusted to the level and age of the user.
This is one of the unique aspects of Flywheel training and is why it allows for dynamic and Variable Resistance during each rep, the base of it being the technology and Inertia. You can read more about Inertia here:
There are many benefits from emphasizing the Eccentric phase in strength training. This is really well explained through the CLAC method:
The biggest difference between Flywheel training and traditional Weight Training is the use of Flywheels. Flywheels create Variable Resistance allowing each repetition to be a maximal repetition, using all the power in the muscle that is exposed to the resistance. You can read more about the benefits and explanation of Variable Resistance here:
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You can find all the key takeaways of our devices and more information here:
You can look at our comparison chart to see which kBox fits your needs best:
You can look at our comparison chart to see which kPulley fits your needs best:
By offering Variable Resistance and Eccentric Overload, Flywheel Training has been scientifically proven to be superior to weights for both strength gains & muscle hypertrophy:
If you are looking for a complete home gym solution to train your entire body, the kBox Home System provides the most value for your money and includes everything you need to get started. :
Yes. As with any kind of resistance training, Flywheel Training can be a very effective approach for losing body fat when paired with the right diet. Read more below:
The kBox offers 70+ exercises for your entire body and the kPulley 30+ exercises with focus on the upper body. Explore all the different exercises here:
Yes, we take all the opportunities that we can to share the knowledge of Flywheel Training. Check out our full Events calendar here:
We have many open facilities world wide, you can find more information about them here:
We have official sales partners all over the world, you can find the comprehensive list here:
At Exxentric our goal is to accommodate all of our customers, therefore we have multiple payment options. You can find more information about the options here:
Simply add the products you wish to purchase to the cart and proceed to check out, your shipping will then be automatically calculated. You can find detailed information about our shipping and local taxes here:
We have a great online support team that you can access at anytime through this form:
You are more than welcome to fill out our Request Advice form and one of our Flywheel experts will be in touch with you:
That’s perfectly ok, we have a 30 day money back satisfaction guarantee, simply return your device and we will give you a refund, see here for terms and conditions:
We are continuously collecting articles about Exxentric and Flywheel Training, you can find many of those articles here:
For any other questions, contact us here.