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There are countless advantages to Flywheel training, including increased athletic performance, injury prevention and management, and overall fitness and health improvements.
Because resistance is based directly on the force of the athlete, Exerfly seamlessly adapts to increasing fatigue without compromising the quality of the workout.
Maintaining resistance directly proportionate to the athlete’s performance, Exerfly safely adjusts to the athlete at every point of the workout. This means athletes no longer have to suffer from the sub-optimal form that comes with increasing fatigue with traditional weights.
Exerfly can also be used for rehabilitation and physiotherapy, as a safe way to build muscle with less risk of injury or re-injury. For injured athletes, Exerfly provides a reactive training solution that is easier on joints and reduces the risk of injury from poor form.
The Exerfly Squat Harness distributes the load across the shoulders and lower back for an even load, which is much more forgiving for those who struggle with squats or suffer from discomfort in their shoulders or back.
With Exerfly, the possibilities are endless. With countless exercises able to be performed at a higher level than traditional gym machines, Exerfly supports a huge range of motion that includes horizontal, vertical, or diagonal movements in many different combinations.
With its sleek and simple design, Exerfly is engineered to cater to a broad variety of exercises, meaning athletes are restricted only by their own imagination.
With the Exerfly app, you can receive instant feedback on the power, force, energy, and speed generated by each rep. Using an in-built sensor, data is sent directly to the Exerfly app so you can easily track your progress for effortless accountability. The app works on all devices, from Laptops, Desktops and mobile devices and it translated in to 6 languages.
Exerfly’s small and sleek design saves space wherever it is installed, meaning you can install the platform right in your own home or office without it getting in the way, or even tuck the Exerfly Portable into a small corner of the closet between uses. With Exerfly, you can save space, save time, and save money and effort on daily gym visits with a highly efficient piece of equipment that brings elite training direct to you.
With Exerfly, it's much easier to overload the eccentric phase of movement than with conventional weight lifting. It's also safer as there are no unnatural movements, no heavy weights, and no need for partner assistance. Additionally, with the Eccentric Max feature, you can program in the amount of eccentric overload required with a boost of up to 80%.
Mimicking sports movements and providing constant resistance to maximize performance, Exerfly is able to vary resistance and speed depending on the force applied by the athlete. Studies show impressive results, maximized athletic advantage, and heightened performance, leaving no doubt of Exerfly’s power and effect.
With the Exerfly, I can re-enact every punch I make in the ring, but with constant resistance. And that’s not something you can do with any other machine.
Eccentric overloading through Exerfly has been instrumental in my posterior chain development, meeting the demands of my new sport, the Bobsleigh. Using the Exerfly just once or twice a week, my deadlift from cycling to bobsleigh has gone from 220kg to 300kg in a matter of weeks, and my trap bar from 260kg to 380kg.
The Exerfly has clear benefit in that it teaches the body to absorb force. Everyone needs to maintain their elasticity and tendon health to prevent injury and collapsing into the ground, which means everyone involved in any kind of activity from walking to running will benefit from Exerfly and the force production-absorption models it allows.
Eccentric overload promotes muscle turnover and allows you to get stronger at a faster rate. I can create a high velocity concentric movement and then get loaded through the eccentric phase – you can’t find that with anything other than a flywheel.
Isometric exercises can be easily performed on the Exerfly to increase strength and flexibility at certain angles of your exercise. The isometric phase of a lift is when a muscle contracts but no movement occurs, for example, hanging from a pull up bar.
Isometric holds can be achieved by a partner holding the flywheel still while you squeeze, or you can set the rope length and pull against it.
Using the Exerfly teaches control because users have to be able to control resistance at all angles of movement.
Initially, users may find it challenging to control at first but will quickly adapt as they improve their technique and learn to adjust to the constant resistance.
Significant gains in muscle mass.
Study based on Flywheel squats, showed a 30% increase in force and 50% increase in concentric and eccentric power over 4 weeks. Over the period, the participants gained 8.6% in muscle mass.View Study
Review of 20 studies to identify the effects of flywheel training on multiple strength-related variables affecting athletic performance.
Flywheel training for a period of 4-24 weeks shows statistically significant increases in all strength aspects. The evidence is particularly strong for beneficial effects from flywheel training in the development of maximal strength and power in trained younger individuals, and utilization of this training modality in shorter more intensive blocks.View Study
Not a study, but a well written article on the science of flywheel training. Worth the read.
Contents: Breaking Down the Physics of a Flywheel Repetition, Do Flywheels Have Advantages over Free Weights?, What Eccentric Adaptations Are Possible with Flywheels?, Who Can Benefit Most from Flywheel Training?, What Are Some Training Limitations of Flywheels?, Unleash the Monster Inside Your Athletes.Read Article
Effects of strength training with eccentric overload on muscle adaptation in male athletes.
The enhanced eccentric load apparently led to a subtly faster gene expression pattern and induced a shift towards a faster muscle phenotype plus associated adaptations that make a muscle better suited for fast, explosive movements.VIEW STUDY
Effects on sports participants (Volleyball/Basketball) at risk of patellar tendinopathy.
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.VIEW STUDY
The eccentric-based program led to a reduction in muscle-injury incidence and severity and showed improvements in common soccer tasks such as jumping ability and linear-sprinting speed.VIEW STUDY
Suggests that although improvements in maximal strength and power at high loads may be slightly greater for men, eccentric-overload training induces comparable and favorable gains in strength, power, and muscle mass in both men and women. Equally important, it appears muscle damage does not interfere with the adaptations triggered by this training paradigm.VIEW STUDY
The results showed that the occurrence of hamstring strain injuries was clearly lower in the flywheel training group (3/15) than in the control group (10/15). In addition, there were significant increases in strength and speed in the flywheel training group.VIEW STUDY
The results of this study suggest that quadriceps muscle use in the squat is comparable, if not greater, with flywheel compared with free weight resistance exercise.VIEW STUDY
In 5 weeks, muscle mass increased by 7% on average and strength increased by 38%. Muscle hypertrophy seems to contribute to strength gains earlier than previously reported; flywheel training seems particularly effective for inducing these early structural adaptations.VIEW STUDY
The higher EMG(ECC) activity noted with Flywheel exercise compared to standard weight lifting could be attributed to its unique iso-inertial loading features.VIEW STUDY
Suggests that eccentric actions should be used for Flywheel workouts geared toward muscle mass and strength improvement.VIEW STUDY
Quadriceps flywheel loading not only produces a greater increase in power than weight training but its physiological benefits also transfer/overspill to the plantarflexor muscle-tendon unit resulting in a significantly improved balance.VIEW STUDY
Suggests that the superiority of eccentric training to increase muscle strength and mass appears to be related to the higher loads developed during eccentric contractions.VIEW STUDY
The Exerfly Portable is a lightweight and robust piece of equipment for flywheel training.
Exerfly Rack Mount
The Exerfly Rack Mount is a simple set up that can be attached to any gym rack to train horizontal & rotational movements,
The Exerfly Platform is a stable multi-use flywheel training platform built for everything from heavy duty workouts to rehabilitation.
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