The MultiGym is furnished complete with the following accesories: two (2) vests (when ordering chose from S, M, L, XL or XXL); 2 pcs flywheel #2 (Inertia .05); pulley, multi-purpose handle device (MPHD); attachable bar for bench and triceps press; short- and long strap handles for upper-body exercises, spare strap, and user’s manual.


Weight: ~67 kg (incl. packaging for shipping)
H/W/L: ~ 0.72 m/~0.42 m/~1.46 m
Frame construction: Aluminum
Resistance mechanism: ø 0.37 m aluminum flywheel(s)
Resistance: Variable, unlimited
Transmission: Ball bearings, acetal and aluminum hubs and pulleys
Flywheel strap: Special fitting dense polymer
Power supply: None

Originally designed and developed for astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS), the nHANCE™ MultiGym offers coupled concentric and eccentric overload resistance training for all major muscle groups. With the nHANCE™ MultiGym the trainee can entertain more than 10 defined back, trunk and upper and lower limb exercises.

The number of exercises that can be performed on this machine are almost unlimited. Given the small size, low mass and sheer mobility, the MultiGym is the ultimate all-round training gear for confined areas and when short in space, and also to bring to the teams preseason training camp. Some exercises require the trainee to wear the nHANCE™ designed vest, which anchors to the flywheel strap. The leg exercises use a sliding seat, which is then readily fastened using a spring-loaded pin for the subsequent exercises. A simple operation changes strap length between exercises to accommodate the desired range of motion. The 4 sets of 7 repetitions per exercise regimen, established by nHANCE™, offers the ultimate all-round exercise work out regardless of level of proficiency.

Exercises can be omitted or added to the home exercise routine, or specifically selected and applied in any athletic or rehabilitation setting.

Quite, compact — and most importantly, extremely efficient by virtue of its high eccentric load– this concept should appeal to virtually every major subgroup within the general population, from those in schools and on teams at all levels, to those in gymnasiums, those in physical therapy clinics, and those wishing to train in the privacy of their homes.

                 – Dr. James E. Wright, Los Angeles, CA (editor Joe Weider’s Muscle & Fitness and Flex)