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Why does flywheel tech work 25% better than the average workout?

Backed by science and real results, Exerfly flywheel technology will make you stronger, move faster, avoid injury and help take your performance to the next level.

Why does the flywheel work?

Why does the flywheel work?

Exerfly equipment implements Flywheel training, a method of training that generates resistance not by moving a weight against gravity as in traditional training, but by harnessing the inertia of a spinning Flywheel, and accelerating and decelerating the Flywheel at speed.

This can generate a huge amount of force, and allows athletes to train with constant resistance in both the concentric and eccentric phase. Inertial and eccentric training through the Flywheel method are scientifically supported to produce impressive results in terms of strength training and injury management.

Flywheel training vs traditional weight training

Flywheel training vs traditional weight training

With traditional weights, the resistance never changes. Take for example a bicep curl. Typically, you pull a weight from your thigh to your chest, and you feel resistance as the weight is coming up towards you.

But on the way down, you’re no longer pulling against gravity, so it feels easier to lower the weight back to your thighs. This means that the athlete misses out on training the eccentric phase of movement.

With Flywheel training, you’ll feel the resistance on the way up, and the way down. You use your force to spin the wheel, then to slow down the wheels momentum. This means that resistance is constantly adapting to your force, rep by rep.

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Variable resistance

Variable resistance

Flywheel training offers many advantages over flywheel training and variable resistance may be the most important one. There is no limit to the kinetic energy you can generate with Exerfly equipment.

This means that you can always use a higher force and accelerate more. If you plateau you can the motorised technology to boast the eccentric phase. Therefore, our equipment is suitable from heavy strength training to rehabilitation as well as elite athletes to elderly.

In conclusion, the more interia added to Exefly equipment you use the force can be produced which can be recorded via the app.

Benefits of Flywheel training

  • Adapts to increasing fatigue

    Because resistance is based directly on the force of the athlete, Exerfly seamlessly adapts to increasing fatigue.

  • Rehabilitation

    Exerfly can also be used for rehabilitation and physiotherapy, as a safe way to build muscle with less risk of injury or re-injury.

  • Something for everyone

    Whether elite training or recovering from injury, Exerfly is perfect for any stage of strength training.

  • Durability

    Designed to be virtually unbreakable, all our equipment is built to last.

  • Unlimited possibilities

    Exerfly supports a huge range of motion that includes horizontal, vertical, or diagonal movements in many different combinations.

  • Maximizing efficiency

    With its compact design, Exerfly machines can fit just about anywhere, meaning you can train right from the corner of your lounge.

The effects of Eccentric vs Concentric resistance training on muscle strength and mass in healthy adults

The effects of Eccentric vs Concentric resistance training on muscle strength and mass in healthy adults

The aim of this systematic review was to determine if eccentric exercise is superior to concentric exercise in stimulating gains in muscle strength and mass.

Meta-analyses showed that when eccentric exercise was performed at higher intensities compared with concentric training, total and eccentric strength increased significantly. However, compared with concentric training, strength gains after eccentric training appeared more specific in terms of velocity and mode of contraction.

Eccentric training performed at high intensities was shown to be more effective in promoting increases in muscle mass measured as muscle girth. In addition, eccentric training also showed a trend towards increased muscle cross-sectional area.

Scientific Studies

Researchers investigated the influence of a weekly bout of inertial squat resistance exercise offering eccentric overload on lower limb muscle power and patellar tendon complaints on over 80 basketball and volleyball players of both sexes.

They found that adding a weekly eccentric overload squat training bout to a regular basketball and volleyball exercise routine enhances lower limb muscle power without triggering patellar tendon complaints.

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