Exxentric kPulley

Exxentric kPulley
Exxentric kPulley
Exxentric kPulley
5/5

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5 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
Based on 4 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The kPulley is the revolutionary flywheel training solution enabling users to enhance their strength through rotational and pull exercises but also push and lower limb exercises. It comes with a built-in kMeter II feedback system and its central housing is coated in the classic Exxentric brown colour.

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Product Summary & Specs

The kPulley is the revolutionary flywheel training solution enabling users to enhance their strength through rotational and pull exercises but also push and lower limb exercises. It comes with a built-in kMeter II feedback system and its central housing is coated in the classic Exxentric brown colour. The inertia capacity of the kPulley goes up to 0.140 kgm² or two Extra Large Flywheels.

With the kBox and kPulley, instead of a fixed load determined by gravity when lifting weights, you work against the variable inertia of heavy steel flywheels determined by the effort and energy you unleash into the device.

These training devices are truly versatile and serve multiple purposes, allowing you to engage your upper body, core and lower body with a wide variety of exercises.

It is completely portable and easy for anybody to carry or stove away.

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Exxentric kPulley
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