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Matrix S-Force Performance Trainer proves hard to resist
18 Jul 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
S-Force Performance Trainer is a unique cardio product delivers scientifically-proven magnetic resistance training
Matrix Fitness, the commercial division of Johnson Health Tech, is redefining athletic training and HIIT with the launch of its S-Force Performance Trainer. This unique cardio product delivers scientifically-proven magnetic resistance training to challenge elite athletes and fitness facility members in high-intensity, low impact interval training on the gym floor, in circuits and small group training.

With S-Force, Matrix has mastered a smooth and quiet magnetic resistance motion system, specifically designed to provide a high-intensity, low-impact workout. Magnetic resistance increases the harder the athlete works, creating challenging and progressive workouts for everyone from beginners to elite athletes.

S-Force can be set to enhance athletic performance or deliver individual and group HIIT training. It has five resistance levels and is pre-loaded with the exclusive Sprint 8 20-minute HIIT workout. Quick keys offer instant access to popular training programs at the touch of a button and all activity is monitored on the adjustable backlit console making it easy to see complete workout data to help users measure their improvement.

“S-Force hits two major markets – athletic performance and HIIT training – in one piece of kit making it versatile and valuable to fitness facilities,” says Matt Pengelly, managing director of Matrix UK.

“It can be used by individuals following one of the pre-set challenges, incorporated into a PT session or added into a group training circuit session. Completely unmotorised and flex-free, it can be wheeled into place in moments to fit the facility space and usage.”
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