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Scientific studies

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Effects of strength training with eccentric overload on muscle adaptation in male athletes.
Author: Nick Bolton, 3/9/2010
The enhanced eccentric load apparently led to a subtly faster gene expression pattern and induced a ...
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Not a study, but a well written article on the science of flywheel training. Worth the read.
Author: Nick Bolton, 10/4/2021
Breaking Down the Physics of a Flywheel Repetition, Do Flywheels Have Advantages over Free Weights?,...
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Review of 20 studies to identify the effects of flywheel training on multiple strength-related variables affecting athletic performance.
Author: Nick Bolton, 12/13/2018
Flywheel training for a period of 4-24 weeks shows statistically significant increases in all streng...
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Significant gains in muscle mass.
Author: Nick Bolton, 10/9/2018
Study based on Flywheel squats, showed a 30% increase in force and 50% increase in concentric and ec...
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Analysis on the Effects of an Eccentric-Overload Training Program in Elite Junior Soccer Players
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
Effects of a 10-week in-season eccentric-overload training program on muscle-injury prevention and ...
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Blood Lactate and Hormonal Responses to Prototype Flywheel Ergometer Workouts.
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
The purpose of the study was to compare blood lactate and hormonal responses with flywheel ergometer...
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Early skeletal muscle hypertrophy and architectural changes in response to high-intensity resistance training
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
A study assessing the early changes in muscle size and architecture during a 35-day high-intensity r...
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Effects of Flywheel Training on Strength-Related Variables: a Meta-Analysis
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
Review of 20 studies to identify the effects of flywheel training on multiple strength-related varia...
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Effects of In-Season Inertial Resistance Training With Eccentric Overload in a Sports Population at Risk for Patellar Tendinopathy.
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
A study on the effects of flywheel training on sports participants (Volleyball/Basketball) at risk o...
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Effects of strength training with eccentric overload on muscle adaptation in male athletes.
Author: Nick Bolton, 3/9/2010
The enhanced eccentric load apparently led to a subtly faster gene expression pattern and induced a ...
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Flywheel Resistance Training Calls for Greater Eccentric Muscle Activation than Weight Training
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
A study finds flywheel resistance training calling for greater eccentric muscle activation than weig...
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Flywheel Training Leads Hamstring Injury Reduction in Elite Soccer Players
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
The primary purpose of this study was to evaluate whether a preseason strength training programme fo...
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Neuromuscular and Balance Responses to Flywheel Inertial versus Weight Training in Older Persons
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
In this study, older individuals aged 68 and above were randomly assigned to flywheel, or weight-lif...
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Quadriceps Muscle Use in the Flywheel and Barbell Squat
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
A Study comparing weights vs non-gravity resistance using a flywheel to work the quadriceps muscle i...
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Sport Science of Flywheel Resistance Training
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
A well written article on the science of flywheel training. ...
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The Effects of Eccentric vs Concentric Resistance Training on Muscle Strength and Mass in Healthy Adults
Author: Nick Bolton, 11/18/2021
The aim of this systematic review was to determine if eccentric exercise is superior to concentric e...
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Exerfly Equipment

Platform

Platform

The Exerfly Platform is a stable, multi-use flywheel training platform built for everything from heavy duty workouts to rehabilitation and allows users to perform a vast range of exercises in a small footprint.

Portable

Portable

The Exerfly Portable is a lightweight and robust piece of equipment for flywheel training. Great for home use due to its small footprint and weight, and perfect for travelling athletes and sports teams when access to a gym is not an option.

Rack-Mount

Rack-Mount

The Exerfly Rack Mount is easy to work with and can be attached to any gym rack to train horizontal & rotational movements, and exercise shoulders, arms, torso and hips.

Accessories

Accessories

Get more out of the Exerfly equipment with the purchase of these high quality accessories. The accessories include free shipping when purchased with any Exerfly flywheel training equipment.

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