Flywheel Training equipment can only be operated with at least one flywheel. This is because resistance is created through the inertia of a flywheel, which is accelerated or decelerated with muscle force. The resulting force in a flywheel training exercise depends on a combination of the inertia and the intensity you work with. With a higher inertia the motion will be slower and more controlled. Whereas with a lower inertia the motion will be faster, which can elicit higher demands on skill, balance and technique.

Flywheels are secured to the main device with the help of a flywheel knob, which is available in an Advanced variation below for users who would like to boost their equipment’s inertia capacity.

Flywheels

Flywheels

Flywheel Training equipment can only be operated with at least one flywheel. This is because resistance is created through the inertia of a flywheel, which is accelerated or decelerated with muscle force. The resulting force in a flywheel training exercise depends on a combination of the inertia and the intensity you work with. With a higher inertia the motion will be slower and more controlled. Whereas with a lower inertia the motion will be faster, which can elicit higher demands on skill, balance and technique.

Flywheels are secured to the main device with the help of a flywheel knob, which is available in an Advanced variation below for users who would like to boost their equipment’s inertia capacity.