Complete Core Workout.
Intensity. Coordination. Physical Condition. Power & Fun.
Plus total control of your workout — no matter whether you are a beginner or a professional athlete.
The Ironpower Dynamax Core Trainer is ergonomically designed to maximize core resistance and increase upper body strength through isometric exercises while minimizing any strain to joints and skeleton.
This hand-held exercise machine provides an upper body, fat burning workout with minimal impact. Muscle groups in the entire upper body will be toned and formed.
Weighing less than 2 kg and capable of producing over 100 kg of torque resistance the Ironpower Dynamax automatically adjusts to your personal workout level.
The high-speed-twin-rotor can reach up tp 8,000 rpm during your workout giving you the gyroscopic ride of your life.
Just pull the easy starter cord. Instantly, you'll start experiencing body sculpting variable dynamic resistance building within the machine's internal gyroscope, giving you a remarkable core and upper body workout in a fraction of the time.
The question is how can a machine weighing a scant 2 kilograms deliver up to 8,000 RPMs, and produce up to 100 kilograms of resistance? The only way to understand the Dynamax is to try one for yourself!
This high-tech fitness device was developed for special forces of the U.S. military, fitness enthusiasts and therapists all over the world.
Hence Ironpower Dynamax meets the rigorous demands of all those who insist on using the best fitness technology available.
The Overhand Rotation concentrates on the upper body core. It is a great workout for the biceps, forearms, deltoids, chest and shoulder areas. This workout is a very effective calorie burner!
Hold the Ironpower Dynamax in front of your body with both hands firmly on the handles while extending your
arms with elbows slightly bent (as shown). Use a tight circular (pedaling) motion to generate speed.
Remember that this workout requires that your hands hold the handles with your knuckles facing up.
The Muscleman’s Muscular Rotations utilize the rounded ends of the Dynamax grips. This grip allows you to achieve tighter and faster movements during workouts and is great for pectorals and triceps.
Begin this workout by holding the ball ends of the Dynamax handles while maintaining the circular (pedaling) motion. The starting position is with your elbows slightly bent and the Dynamax in front of you at chest level. You will then proceed with a slow vertical movement down to your waist then back up around your head. Repeat this movement in a fluid and continuous motion.
The Underhand (“Curls”) Rotation is our version of the traditional bicep curl. This workout concentrates particularly on the biceps muscles.
Hold the Dynamax in front of your body with both hands firmly gripping the handles. You will need to grip the handles with your palms facing up and your fingers pointed towards you.
Start the exercise by using the rotating (pedaling) movement while extending your arms with elbows slightly bent and your biceps close to your body. Begin at chest level and then slowly work your way down to the waist by using a slow vertical movement. Repeat this movement in a fluid and continuous motion.
The Angled Arm Toners exercise is a great way to show the versatility of the Ironpower Dynamax by using an angled position to exert resistance. This p osition is effective in working out the Biceps as well as the sides of your upper body.
Begin this workout by holding the ball ends of the Dynamax handles while maintaining the circular (pedaling) motion. The starting position is with your elbows slightly bent and the Dynamax in front of you at chest level at a 45º angle.
Maintain this motion while increasing speed. Repeat this movement in a fluid and continuous motion.
The Club is another unique workout that is extrem ely effective at building arm strength and coordination. This is a fantastic way to build forearm and bicep strength. This workout is like grabbing a tiger by the tail!
You will need to have the Dynamax already in motion before you begin this workout. Start this workout by holding one of the Dynamax handles with both hands. You will need to maintain a tight circular (pedaling) motion while keeping control of the Dynamax. Your arms should be extended with elbows slightly bent and level to your abdominal.
The speed of the gyro should be at a comfortable level so that the gyro does not „Flop“ around. Repeat this movement in a fluid and continuous motion.
The Behind the Neck Rotations workout was created for the advanced user. This workout is great for building strength in your biceps and back muscles.
You will need to have the Dynax ax already in motion before you begin this workout. Start this workout by holding the ball ends of the Dynamax with each hand. Position the Dynamax so that it is behind your he ad while maintaining the tight circular (pedaling) motion.
The Muscleman’s Overhead Rotations are similar to the Overhead Rotations. This exercise utilizes vertical movement while maintaining the circular (pedaling) motion. This workout is great for shoulders, forearms, biceps and deltoids.
Hold the Dynamax in front of your body with both hands firmly on the handles while extending your arms with — elbows slightly bent.
Start the exercise by having your arms extendet with elbows slightly bent in front of you at chest level. Maintain the circular motion while slowly moving your arms in an upward vertical motion until the Dynamax is over your head. Proceed with a slow downward motion until you are back at chest level.