Torque Fitness Puts Small Group Training in the Corner
While most manufacturers seem to be trying to outdo each other with the sheer size and cost of their systems, Torque Fitness realized that many facilities desired to create a functional training zone for small group training, but just don’t have the space. The X-Lab Angle was born out of necessity to allow any facility, regardless of size, to start earning revenue from small group training.
The all new X-Lab Angle was designed to be put into a corner or along a wall and occupy less than 39 square feet. With up to six accessory trays, the system provides storage for all the tools your personal trainers need, right in one organized location.
The base system allows for two to three users to simultaneously train with battle ropes, suspension straps and resistance cords to perform pull-ups. The compact layout also places the standard battle rope anchors with built-in bar storage and optional ground rotational trainers in the corner so that they utilize minimal floor space. The integrated iPad/clipboard holder allows your trainers to get off running with small group training by accessing X-Lab programming right at the station.
Every facility’s layout is different. Torque offers X-Lab configurations that fit interior spaces that are square, spaces that are long and narrow, and now with the X-Lab Angle — a small corner or along a wall. More importantly, every system is expandable at any time. A facility can start out small and then grow their ultimate training system later. See the X-Lab Angle at IHRSA in booth #4458.
X-Lab Angle: Intelligent Design — Powerful Results
The X-Lab Angle, with up to six large accessory storage platforms, puts the tools every user needs right where they need them. This allows a facility to offer unlimited types of classes and modify them over time with the latest in training accessories. No more walking to the other side of the room to grab a medicine ball, kettlebell or different resistance band. Every user will have the accessories they need at their station.
While most systems require much more floor space than they occupy, the intelligent design of the X-Lab Angle tucks the anchor points into the corner of the frame.
Ground rotational trainers, ball targets, dip and plyo attachments can be added on in pairs or individually to customize the system.
For more information about the X-Lab, visit www.torquefitness.com, e-mail email@example.com or call 1.877.867.7835.