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16 Jan 2018

Physical Company's new Surge Storm takes hydro-inertia training to the next level

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Physical Company's new Surge Storm takes hydro-inertia training to the next level

Surge Storm destabilises users to maximise training, increase motor skills and optimise movement
Physical Company has launched the Surge Storm hydro-inertia training system, an updated version of its Surge system.

The Surge Storm is designed to destabilise users in order to maximise their training, increase motor skills and optimise movement. It is capable of holding up to 65 lbs (29.4kg) of water, and offers users more training options than the previous model. Users are also able to create customisable workouts by adjusting the water levels.

It features a number of restructured handles that enable the user to target different muscle groups, by performing a range of different exercises, including grip overhead lifts, single arm farmer carries and battering ram movement.

In addition the Surge Storm features a sleek, angular appearance and is available in two colourways.

John Hall, managing director at Physical Company, says: “Surge Storm incorporates innovative design updates that offer new challenges in hydro-inertia training.”

“Surge is a best-seller for us with people loving the challenge of attempting to resist and control the water as it crashes from en to end. Surge Storm takes this to the next level and gives greater scope of movement to bring fresh challenges.”


Supplier: Physical Company Ltd
Stokenchurch Buckinghamshire UK
Physical Company is an industry leader in offering complete fitness solutions. Producing and providing high quality, fully commercial fitness equipment, combined with cutting-edge exercise, gym floor programming, gym design and gym flooring services – Physical Company has the needs of every fitness professional and health club operator covered.
Dedicated to providing excellent, innovative fitness equipment at great value, Physical Company stock 1,850 product lines which include an extensive range of functional equipment containing some of the most pioneering pieces of kit in the UK. Our broad range of equipment also covers all aspects of fitness including – Strength, Studio, Mind Body, Wellness, Flooring and Cardio.
Alongside our own range of commercial fitness equipment, we distribute top global brands such as BOSU®, TRX®, EXIGO, PRECOR, freeForm, Airex and Stott Pilates ™


Web: www.physicalcompany.co.uk
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