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. 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:
By offering Variable Resistance and Eccentric Overload, Flywheel Training has been scientifically proven to be superior to weights for both strength gains & muscle hypertrophy:
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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:
There are many benefits from emphasizing the Eccentric phase in strength training. This is really well explained through the CLAC method:
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:
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.