The kBox4 is the latest generation of premium devices for flywheel training, based on sound scientific support. The kBox4 comes in three different models, namely the kBox4 Lite and kBox4 Pro in addition to the kPulley. With the kBox, you work against the variable inertia of heavy steel flywheels, instead of lifting weights against gravity. The kBox is renowned for its genial application of eccentric overload in regular training as well as its variable resistance, both backed by growing scientific support.
It also offers a number of important practical benefits;- Versatile multi-purpose training device, for exercises training both upper body, core and lower body.
- Portable and easy for one person to carry or stove away. Switching between drills and users is quick and hassle-free.
- Doesn’t emit any sound at all.
kBox4 Lite Systems
kBox4 Lite systems include the mid-range kBox model, perfect for users who frequently travel but refuse to compromise on their training.
Due to its low weight, at just 9.5 kg, and incredible capabilities, including the built-in kMeter II feedback system, the kBox4 Lite is a hit among travelling teams and all kinds of facilities who wish to make the most out of their floor space.
The kBox4 Lite Platform is made in Sweden from powder-coated aluminum, with details made of anodized hardened carbon steel and aluminum, and high-friction rubber. The kBox4 Lite can simultaneously hold four Flywheels of up to 0.050 kgm2 each, with the maximum inertia level being 0.200 kgm2
kBox4 Pro systems include the premium kBox model, ideal for sports teams, premium fitness clubs and physiotherapy clinics.
The kBox4 Pro is set apart by its market-leading maximum inertia, built-in kMeter II feedback system and larger surface area, loved by strength and conditioning coaches as well as physiotherapists and top-level personal trainers.
The kBox4 Pro Platform is made from powder-coated aluminum, with details made of anodized hardened carbon steel and aluminum, and high-friction rubber. This model has a CE-marking Certificate as a Medical Device. The kBox4 Pro can simultaneously hold four Flywheels of up to 0.070 kgm2 each, with the maximum inertia level being 0.280 kgm2.