1. Reax Station Combines Interactive Gaming and Functional Fitness

      Reax Compact is a ready-to-use stations where the users are guided to work out independently in an original, fun and functional. The stations are a wired solutions with integrated lights and comes in different version:– wall fixing or self standing; – interactive floor wired or 1/3 wifi satellites included. The user’s interface is composed by a dedicated touch screen, which enables th…Read More

  2. Reax Chain is Flexbile & Wearable and Brings Dynamic Instability

      Reax Chain is the first and only wearable, flexible, and unpredictable free weight tool.  Reax Chain is a multi purpose unique training tool that has the flexibility and the softness of a rope, while maintaining the same features of a traditional free-weight. Due to its dynamic instability, Reax Chain turns any exercise into highly intensive neuromuscular training. Fitness magazines have d…Read More

  3. Reaxing Fluiball Develops Neuromuscular Coordination & Proprioception

      Reax Fluiball exploits the patented technology of "Sudden Dynamic Impulse": for the first time, it is possible to generate tactile stimulations as well as motor interference during a training activity. Reaxing Fluiball is the first neuromuscular training ball ever to enable working with a variable load.  The unpredictability of water turns any exercise into a truly high-intensive neuromusc…Read More

  4. REAXING – Train to React – Neuromuscular Training Revolution

      In 2016, Reaxing launched an incredible new project that became an international success right away. It’s about training your senses to improve your performances. Dynamic instability drives increased neuromuscular, muscular, and vestibular system recruitment to improve efficiency and achieve training results faster. Training in this manner will help to create bodies that have stability an…Read More

  5. Group Fitness Training with Exergaming and Interactive Fitness

      Group Fitness has become a form of exercise that is growing in popularity. You can now find a group fitness class basically anywhere. Health Clubs, YMCA’s, Park and Rec Facilities all offer some sort of strength or aerobic based group class. Group Fitness classes are a great to way to provide extra motivation and friendly competition among the participants. For those who are competitive, …Read More