Exxentric SingleExx Review (2023): Two Machines for the Price of Two
Author: Anthony O'Reilly, CPT
Our Exxentric SingleExx Review contains our thoughts on the high-end LegExx and LegFlexx machines, and lets you know who they’re meant for. Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
Pre-attached drive belt
Built-in handles for mobility
kGrip for eccentric overload training
Phone holder on the machine
What needs improvement ...
On the more expensive side
Flywheels sold separately
You have to download the kMeter app to track your progress
The Exxentric Single Exx is one of the latest machines in the Single Exx product line, which uses flywheel training technology. This versatile training device serves multiple purposes and allows you to work your upper and lower body with ease.
Made popular by the kBox4 and kPulley, the Exxentric Single Exx is advertised as a way to stop being limited by the direction of gravity like you would when lifting “normal” weights, and use the load to match your own exertion level. gx The machine comes with built-in wheels and handles for increased mobility, as well as a pre-attached drive belt. The variable resistance levels provided by the different steel flywheels make it easy to adjust the machine for all strength levels. While you are using the equipment, you can place your phone in the holder attached and use the kMeter ll feedback system to track your progress.
31.5” L x 42.5” W
XS (0.005 kgm²), S (0.010 kgm²), M (0.025 kgm²), L (0.050 kgm²), XL (0.070 kgm²)
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The Exxentric Single Exx uses revolutionary flywheel training technology that allows individuals to train their upper and lower body using a load that matches their own exertion level.