HUR’s equipment takes into account the fact that not everybody is the same, that people have different needs when exercising. Gyms can be extremely daunting and often simply not suitable for certain age groups, particularly seniors and children. This is not the case with HUR. The equipment is pneumatic; it runs entirely on air pressure, using air as resistance. This means that there is no use of traditional ‘free-weights’ when exercising. Rather, the machines are connected to an air compressor that powers your entire gym. This comes with a number of advantages not seen in regular gyms.


The machines allow for small incremental increases of weight of 100g allowing for smoother and easier progress to be made. A common issue encountered by gym-goers is that they find jumps in weight to be too large. Sometimes the minimum resistance that can be added is simply too much (often 2.5-5kg). However, by allowing such small increments it ensures an easier path to greater strength.


With HUR’s natural transmission, resistance strength curves match the body’s natural force curves. The machines always delivers optimal resistance, with resistance naturally mimicking the natural function of the muscles. The exercise performed is always done so at maximum efficiency. For traditional weights, the stress on the muscles is chaotic and peaks early in the movement (causing unnecessary stress to joints). With HUR, the experience is far different, decreasing the chance of muscle sore and injuries. Likewise the risk of accidents is remarkably low.


HUR gyms are comfortable and virtually silent. No weights clunking together makes for a more enjoyable experience. This allows them to be located in spaces external to a training facility, for example in an office.

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