Motor and Load Cell
Exerbotics uses premium custom manufactured linear actuators US-built to last up to 10 years without maintenance!
There is no air in there. We promise. We utilize premium custom manufactured linear actuators built in the US. Even in the worst of conditions, these actuators are durable and maintenance free for 10 years and have a direct drive output up to 4,000 lbs. Our linear actuators provide a solid feel with precise positioning for total control during training or rehabilitation. There is no bounce, spongy feel or slop which ensures the integrity of the load cell readings.
Exerbotics utilizes a US manufactured surface stud mount load cell for dual push / pull machines. These sensors are manufactured from heat treated 17-4ph stainless steel and the sensing element incorporates the highest quality bonded foil strain gages.
Exerbotics provides a tool to maximize muscle recruitment through capability based concentric and eccentric training.
Our Iso-Velocity Technology measures accurate force output from all users – elite athletes to people who have lost motor control due to partial paralysis. Based on the customized strength profile of each user, a custom training protocol can be controlled and documented. Due to training to an individual’s capability, the central nervous system is engaged more effectively than with traditional training.
For centuries, people have set out to master the human body to optimize performance, reverse the aging process and improve appearance. The past 30 years have seen new industries born through the inventions of new techniques, training philosophies, exercise equipment and, in many cases, false hopes and gimmicks. Exerbotics was invented to scientifically assess and train the human body. For the first time, the equipment reacts to the individual, regardless of personal limitations or abilities.
Eccentric Training for Performance
“It can further optimize muscle length for maximal tension development at a greater degree of extension, and has potential to improve muscle coordination during eccentric tasks.”
– Vogt & Hoppler