We offer a highly specialized strength training solution specifically designed for older adults. From group fitness programme to personalized preventive exercise and rehabilitative treatment, our evidence-based exercise solutions are designed to provide a safe & effective active ageing fitness that increase the functional ability of older adults.
29% of Seniors > 60 yrs
46% of Seniors > 80 yrs
Can't Lift more than 5kg *CDC Functional Research
We are Unique
Pneumatic (Air Resistance) Technology
The Natural Transmission system provides optimal loading throughout the range of motion. It reduces the damage on our joints and connective tissue during the concentric & eccentric movement of our muscle.
Smart Computerized Training System
Your entire training programme is customized and automated, the system remembers your data and record them for your reference. This enable you to witness your progress and performance from time to time.
Close to Zero Starting Load
Our equipment allow close to zero starting load/resistance and an increment of 100gram according to your ability.
Safe and effective therapeutic modalities for:
> Fall Prevention > Hypertension > Type 2 Diabetes
> Cardiac Rehab > Hip/Knee Replacement Rehab
Ergonomic Design & Safe Natural Movement
Ergonomically designed to address individuality and ability that mimic your natural muscle movement to increases the efficiency of your training. It is also wheel-chair friendly.
Build strong physical foundation to stand, walk, play and stay independent
Improve body coordination and balance
For post operative recovery such as Cardiac rehab, Knee/Hip replacement
Type 2 Diabetes/
Research-based therapeutic modality to reduce risk
Suitable for incontinence recovery, stroke, dementia, Alzheimer's & Parkinson's disease
Older adults who strength
trained at least twice a week had 46%
lower odds of death than those who did not
Gain Muscle Strength
We lose our muscle power and move slower as we age. Resistance training is a form of exercise to regain muscle strength and reduce the risk of falling, enable us to carry on with our Activities of Daily Living (ADL)