The Kratos is different than anything we’ve done before. At first glance it might look complex, but at its core the Kratos generates its training effect through one of the most basic laws that govern the physical universe. In classic physics, Issac Newton’s first law tells us that an object in motion tends to stay in motion, unless acted upon by an outside force. YOU are that outside force, and in this case the object is a rotating mass called a flywheel. Effort exerted by the athlete *into* the flywheel is stored as potential mechanical energy and immediately released back. Because resistance isn’t determined by a predetermined weight but rather by effort, this allows for a variety of different use cases and applications you can read more about below. The Kratos is unique as an inertial/eccentric training device due its patent pending design that allows for both horizontal and vertical training in a single, compact unit with a large, non-elevated base.
Kabuki Kratos Flywheel
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The Kratos is different than anything we’ve done before. At first glance it might look complex, but at its core the Kratos generates its training effect through one of the most basic laws that govern the physical universe.Manufacturer: KabukiCategory: Flywheel Training
Kabuki Kratos Flywheel Review: Horizontal and Vertical Pulling in One Unit (2022)Author: Cooper Mitchell
Rack or wall
|Needed Vertical Height||
Minimum of 74"