Gen3 Kinematics is a division of Gen3 Systems Ltd, a British manufacturer for over 40 years. Gen3 Kinematics specialises in fitness, conditioning and rehabilitation equipment incorporating kinematics engineering to the sports and health industries.
The MyoThrusta is the only strength builder for the leg extensors providing an appropriate level of muscle activation throughout the exercise movement from extreme flexion to full extension. The patented BBC technology ensures high-range muscle fibre recruitment over the full range of limb movement without imposing any adverse loading on the spine, hips or knees.
The MyoThrusta combines a fully recumbent exercise position with accommodating resistance making it an ideal apparatus for rehabilitation and strengthening of the lower limbs.
Since its release, the MyoThrusta has been adopted by:
British Cycling; Arsenal Football Club; Exeter Chiefs; Worcester Warriors; Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club; London Rowing Club; Molesey Boat Club; Gloucester Rugby; New South Wales Institute of Sport; Sydney University Sport & Fitness; Exeter University and other leading clubs and schools.
The MyoTruk has now been released as one of Gen3 Kinematics new range of MyoQuip variable resistance strength equipment. The MyoTruk is designed to increase leg and core strength safely and works the body much in the same way as a squat, but without the risk of adverse loading on the back. It embodies direct-linkage force transmission and has been designed for complex, multi-joint and large muscle mass movement. It also features the patented Broad Biomechanical Correspondence Technology ensuring constant increasing resistance throughout the exercise movement.
The MyoTruk is used by athletes from many different sports including Rugby, Basketball, Swimming and Football to enhance the athletes’ strength without risk of injury.
Since its release, the MyoTruk has been adopted by:
England RFU; The Wallabies; French Rugby Union; GB Cycling; GB Rowing; English Institute of Sport; Exeter Chiefs; London Rowing Club; Molesey Boat Club; Worcester Warriors; Gloucester Rugby; CA Brumbies; Munster; Ulster; Leinster; Emirates Western Force; NSW Waratahs; Queensland Reds; Auckland Blues; Northampton Saints; Natal Sharks; Golden Lions; Sydney Uni Flames; New South Wales Institute of Sport; Sydney University Sport & Fitness; Biarritz; Exeter University and other leading clubs and schools.