A sensory, unpredictable floor. Available in several sizes and textures, it is easily stored, dismantled and great for rehabilitation exercise.
Bodyweight training combined with sudden motor interferences created by Reaxing iFloor allows to improve responsiveness, proprioceptive abilities, subsequently increasing individual performances and reducing injuries.
From the inventors of Queenax, the complete modular system for functional and suspension training and winner of the 2011 Innovation Award. Reaxing, is the latest innovation in neuromuscular, functional training. In 2016, the Reax Board, a smart floor to reproduce and generate sudden balance interferences claimed a further Innovation Award. Whilst in 2017, the Reax Chain, a highly versatile training tool, composed of flexible and adjustable weighted rings earned the latest Innovation Award for the company.
Easily implemented in Fitness Clubs, High Performance Centres, Rehab Studios and Schools. Reaxing trains your senses to improve performance.
The Reaxing range enhances a performers capacity to react to sudden and unpredictable impulses, similar to the undefined and changeable movements required in sport and real-life activities. The ability to train your senses, develop your reactivity, increase metabolic activity, reduce the risk of injury and ultimately improve your performance is achievable with the Reaxing training methodology.
The ‘Sudden Dynamic Impulse’ technology delivers monitored impulses through light (Reax Lights), tactile stimulation (Reax Board, Reax Balance, Reax IFloor, Reax Run) and/or sudden motor interferences (Reax Raft, Reax Chain, Reax Lift, FluiBall, Reax Tools). Reaxing training is versatile and easily customisable, for both strength and endurance training in a range of performers, from kids to the elderly, beginners to pro athletes.