Exxentric KpulleyGo

MSRP: R28,000.00
Now: R18,360.00
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The kPulley Go offers great value due to its versatility, adaptability and minimal size.

It can be great for home users, gym studios, group classes, amateur athletes, and more, allowing users to enhance their strength through rotational and pull exercises but also push and lower limb movements.

You can either mount the kPulley Go beam to a wall or use the included attachment straps to tie it around a rack or pole. Despite its compact appearance the maximum recommended inertia level on the kPulley Go is 0.140 kgm² or two Extra Large Flywheels.

The kPulley Go Starter System can be a great entry-point into flywheel training and a valuable complement for experienced users with other Exxentric equipment.


Train Up To Your Potential


With the kBox and kPulley, instead of a fixed load determined by gravity when lifting weights, you work against the variable inertia of heavy steel flywheels determined by the effort and energy you unleash into the device.

Engage Every Muscle

These training devices are truly versatile and serve multiple purposes, allowing you to engage your upper body, core and lower body with a wide variety of exercises.


Keep The Gym Nearby


It is completely portable and easy for anybody to carry or stove away.


Get Real-Time Feedback


Its kMeter app-based wireless feedback system can be used to measure and save actual power output and more.


Scientific benefits


Exxentric products are renowned for their genial application of eccentric overload in regular training as well as its variable resistance, both backed by growing scientific support.


Mix and match


Switching between drills and users is quick and hassle-free.




Exxentric products practically doesn’t emit any sound at all.


Lower cost


These benefits result in increased efficiency of training programs while lowering the total costs as compared to alternatives.

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