The aim of this machine is to work the lower body with a wide range of adjustments depending on the type of exercise and fitness of the sports person.
The machine’s moment of inertia can be adjusted to enable it to be used in early phases of sports rehabilitation, exercises with support and a normal sports training process by simply varying the number of weights used.
With respect to the competition, this machine has great internal development that seeks to smooth the eccentric peak and minimise the risk of joint injury in changes of cycle.
This has been achieved by developing and simulating the machine in the CATIA engineering programme.
We work on the weight of the inertia disc, the radius of the shaft and the counterweights until values are found that, depending on the physical fitness of the sports person, do not pose a risk to the joint at the moment that a change of direction of the force takes place (beginning of the eccentric phase).
It features side bases to improve the safety of the sports person when setting the feet laterally and the surface of the machine is treated to prevent the sports person from slipping.
It includes side wheels for easy moving.
Encoder + adapter.