The Power Pull is a patented resistance machine that takes resistance to the next level. With our 8 week program the Power Pull will teach the athlete to run
with the correct form and mechanics.
The Power Pull has a machine pull that can be dialed in at any resistance level (to achieve the goals the athlete is striving for) from build power to the Power Pull level in conditioning.
The conventional apparatuses such as dead weight sleds or tires lose their resistance due to hydroplaning. To achieve maximum explosive starts,
the resistance has to be constant. Explosive power is built in 10 yard pulls at heavy loading settings with proper form. The conditioning is
built in pulls up to 60 yards or more using lighter resistance settings, but the resistance settings are constant. Load changes will not give
the athlete the results that continuous resistance will. Example: When moving a heavy object, place it on skids or a flat surface such as a rug.
The weight becomes very easy to move. The faster the weight moves, the less resistance it will create. This is where hydroplaning comes into
effect. So, what known resistance loads are you working with? To build maximum results you need maximum work loads. It's like lifting weights
and building strength to build power. Power is speed! The Power Pull has a round cylinder to create the constant resistance. There is no hydroplaning!
The weight of the machine and the resistance controller play hand in hand to achieve this. This constant resistance is the "feel" that athletes say
they have never experienced before. In the words of a university athlete, "Coach, the Power Pull doesn't turn you loose!" Athletes from the Jr. High
level to the Pros work with the Power Pull by just dialing in the required resistance.
ATTENTION: The new Data Machine for Power Pull will be available shortly. They will be added for purchase soon.
Hurdler Antwon Hicks:
Antwon Hicks is a 110 Meter Hurdler and he knows speed. The reason Antwon started using the Power Pull was so he could achieve the greatest workout in the lest amount of time. "You can either work in the weight room for an hour or utilize the Power Pull for 10-15 minutes and get the exact same workout", says Hicks.
"As an added benefit it helps you become more efficient with your running technique. Nothing I've tried has helped me as much as the Power Pull", states Hicks.
110 Meter Hurdler, Antwon Hicks, has 2 NCAA titles and is signed with Adidas and highly endorses the Powerpull.