Variable resistance, as one of flywheel training’s main advantages, opens up a lot of opportunities for training at a wide range of strength levels and abilities across different individuals or simply different muscle groups. In parallel however this negates the relevancy of basic weight and repetition counts, which could have been a concern for users who rely on measuring their training progress.

Luckily most Exxentric equipment is already built-in with the scientifically validated kMeter feedback system, which measures flywheel rotations and provides detailed force and power output figures, easily accessible through a mobile app. This feedback system is available as an add-on for the kBox4 Active. To ensure that all of our equipment can be accompanied by measurable outputs a 3rd party alternative is available for the kPulley Go.

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Variable resistance, as one of flywheel training’s main advantages, opens up a lot of opportunities for training at a wide range of strength levels and abilities across different individuals or simply different muscle groups. In parallel however this negates the relevancy of basic weight and repetition counts, which could have been a concern for users who rely on measuring their training progress.

Luckily most Exxentric equipment is already built-in with the scientifically validated kMeter feedback system, which measures flywheel rotations and provides detailed force and power output figures, easily accessible through a mobile app. This feedback system is available as an add-on for the kBox4 Active. To ensure that all of our equipment can be accompanied by measurable outputs a 3rd party alternative is available for the kPulley Go.