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Evolve Your Workout

by | Mar 8, 2018 | Opinion | 0 comments

Evolve your workout.

Training in a group environment should be fun and feel as though you are training as a unit. There’s an energy given off with the ability to face everyone around you. Whenever you’re training in a group the others around you should motivate you to push yourself through the entire workout, but it doesn’t happen the same way if you all are facing a wall.

We’d like to introduce you to the new small group fitness anchor, the Revolution. With 42 different anchoring points you can fit six to eight people and workout as a unit.

With this anchor there is an accountability factor that may not have been present before. Partaking in a group fitness class, you step in knowing if you slack off others will be watching. Although usually you aren’t in a circle facing another individual. The moment someone is next to you there’s a need to match their tempo so automatically you’ll start pushing yourself to keep going, instead of being lazy.

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Not only are you truly working as a unit but you can perform various exercises with the different lines of pull. The Revolution provides the ability to work any muscle group, just clip in at one of the 42 different anchor points to transition between lower and upper body.

What really makes this anchor special from the others is the spinner on top. Have six to eight people clipped in at the spinning top and they can move as one. There is no longer a limitation for movement throughout a space.

The Revolution is also incredibly portable. It fits through any doorway, and if you are using a space for something else, just flip it on its side and roll it out of the way.

So if you want to evolve your group fitness class, check out the Revolution!

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