Being time efficient during training is a large part of developing a successful strength and conditioning program. Choosing training tools and modalities that effectively stress the body is important for overall health. When it comes to getting in shape, dropping those unwanted pounds and building a stronger healthier heart VersaClimber offers the most complete, versatile, total body workout available of any cardio equipment. Combining upper and lower body movement into one natural vertical climbing motion, VersaClimber’s patented design is sold worldwide and is recognized as the premier leader in total body cardio vertical training.

The VersaPulley has a patented rotating inertial flywheel for the resistance. When using this MV2 technology, the goal is to move the flywheel as fast as possible creating inertia, bring to a controlled stop and start again. A unique aspect of the VersaPulley is the lack of impact, placing less stress on joints and still providing a max inertial stretch-shortening stimulus to the muscle and nervous system.

With the portability and lightweight design, the Portable VersaPulley also uses the patented MV2 resistance technology to provide responsive concentric and eccentric resistance for all multi directional sports. The Portable VersaPulley is a versatile strength exercise pulley machine that combines speed, power and functional mobility through any range of motion with accommodating inertial resistance at any speed.

The VersaRower has a patented resistance mechanism that automatically and instantaneously matches the pull force of the user from 4 pounds to 400 pounds in both the concentric and eccentric directions. Think of the VersaRower as a seated squat where the legs are loaded in conjunction with the arms, shoulders, back and abs.



Coach Taylor and VersaClimber go back years…

“I have used the VersaClimber for well over a decade. Probably closer to two. We have taken this piece on road trips, on the basketball courts, turf fields, and used it for rehab as well as in our conditioning program outside of practice. This piece requires an athlete to commit their full body. Legs and arms will be moving at a fast pace while the athlete has to keep a strong presence about their midsection, low back, and neck. Both long slow strides for distance, and short quick sprints for time are both crushing protocols on this piece.” – Rob Taylor, Jr., Founder and Owner of SMARTER Team Training


Mike’s favorite way to use the VersaRower…

“The VersaRower is a versatile tool that can be utilized as much more than your standard seated rowing machine. Like the other VersaPulley equipment it is built around the use of IPUs, or Inertial Power Units, which is what we use for pacing on this piece of equipment. The typical way to use the equipment is like a rower, extending through the legs, then pulling with the back; however, my favorite way to use the piece is actually standing and ‘paddle boarding’ with the handle. Forcing the athlete to receive the force they created and pull again is hard enough, but doing it unilaterally and switching sides at prescribed IPU output places the VersaRower in its own conditioning category.” – Mike Whitman, Director of Training

Alex keeps it creative with…

“As many of our clients are athletes and need a metabolic conditioning aspect to their training, and we do not have access to a field or track, the VersaClimber is a fantastic complement to our facility. I like to have my athletes do hard 50m sprints on the VersaClimber in between every set of a normal workout they are doing. For instance, a set on the Rogers Athletic Shoulder Incline, 50m sprint, a set on the Pit Shark Row-and-Pull, 50m sprint, etc. ” – Alex Walsh, Performance Coach


Riley gets creative with the VersaPulley…

“A great training tool that can be used on the VersaPulley is using the squat configuration. Athletes use the belt and line their feet up with the hooks on the platform so that the rope is pulling the hips down into a good form squat. Athletes then hold onto the pole in front of them keeping the chest and eyes looking ahead. Make sure that the rope is lengthened so that the athlete cannot completely straighten out their legs. This ensures constant tension on the muscle. There are many different protocols to choose from. Effort sets, timed sets, or by using the power display you can have an athlete continue to perform reps until the desired power output is not attained. You can also change the speed at which the rope winds up by changing the level on the side of the machine. The VersaPulley is very unique in the way that one machine can give you multiple options in training methods.” – Riley Oharah, Former Performance Coach






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