If like me you spend quite some time sitting at your desk in front of a computer, but would like a way to still remain active a new next-generation stationary cycle trainer called the Revbox Erg maybe just the thing you need.
The Revbox Erg has been designed for professional athletes and anyone else looking to keep fit and has been created by New Zealand-based Revbox and has been specifically designed to enhance muscle activation throughout the whole pedal stroke. Watch the video below to learn more.
“The Revbox Erg builds on the basic erg concept. It uses air braking to create resistance, and the very low inertia minimises the amount of momentum gained from the machine, meaning that without any outside factors to interfere, you can retrain your brain and body to use a perfect pedal stroke. Existing muscles in the legs and lower core are activated and grow stronger, and the body learns to use new muscle groups if required; the neurological activation this causes helps your body learn to perform better and more efficiently.”
– Enhanced muscle activation throughout the whole pedal stroke
– The ability to smooth and improve the pedal stroke by listening to the sound of the machine
– Perfect strength and endurance training for cyclists, runners and swimmers
– Consistent and precise training in a controlled environment
– Proven results for professional athletes as well as weekend cyclists of every age and ability
– Excellent rehabilitation after accidents and injury due to its low inertia
– Additional app can show accurate power, heart rate, cadence, calories, speed, distance and more
– Additional app can connect and upload data to TrainingPeaks and other training programs
– Train with – or against – your mates everywhere in the world on a video screen
The Revbox Erg project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $50,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think Revbox Erg is something your fitness regime could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Revbox Erg become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News