World-leading solutions for Lifelong Strength

Smart equipment with air resistance

HUR exercise equipment is designed to accommodate the fact that everybody is not the same. The equipment matches the body's natural muscular movement using smooth air-pressure technology and the result is safer, more effective exercise for people of a large variety of ages and abilities. For wheelchair exercisers HUR offers the Easy Access Machines, which also is used by non-wheelchair exercisers.

Safe – Low Impact

Exercise is made safer with HUR’s Natural Transmission TM system. This uses air as resistance to overcome the additional effort required to lift a static weight at the beginning of an exercise and to slow it down at the end. Working over a ‘smoother’ range of movement or resistance curve reduces stress on vulnerable joints and connective tissues.

Smart – Computerized System

The HUR SmartTouch system automatically adjusts sets, reps, resistance and heart rate limit thanks to individual training programs. And records all activity for automatic reporting and feedback.

Effective – long lifespan

The ergonomic design and the natural movement, together with the computerized system, natural power transmission, small footprint and dual-function equipment - make HUR an effective choice for helping you achieve your training and/or rehabilitation goals. And yes, the training in itself is very effective - during each movement, muscles are exercised in both eccentric and concentric phases.

High-quality and university level

Through continuous development, we strive for flawless, cutting-edge products. HUR employs a certified quality system and follows the ISO 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 standards. Furthermore, developed as the result of a research project at the University of Technology, Helsinki in 1989, the company has maintained close ties with the research community ever since. The latest findings are incorporated into both products and software.

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