Inertia Wave® SOLO - Royal Blue

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XM Fitness Special Edition

The Inertia Wave® SOLO

builds a stronger core and kick-starts your metabolism using a series of 7 specially designed methods.


FEATURES OF THE INERTIA WAVE


Videos

FAQ's

Can I use the door anchors anywhere but a basic door with hinges?

No, the Door Anchors are designed to handle stress being as locked into place as possible. If you use the Door Anchors on doors that do not have hinges, you may destroy the Door Anchor or damage your door.

What is the proper way to anchor the Inertia Wave using Rail Anchors?

The proper way to anchor using the Rail Anchors is to keep it flat, wrap it tightly around an object, and feed the D-ring through the opening loop of the nylon strap and pull it tightly three times. Make this connection as snug as you can to the point where the strap cannot slide up or down as you utilize the Inertia Wave. Attach the carabiner to the D-ring of the Rail Anchor, and the O-ring of the tube. Make sure the carabiner is completely closed before use. Do NOT attach the Rail Anchors to any sharp or jagged objects. Be sure to use as much of the Rail Anchors as possible - do not shorten or modify (see above).

How far off the ground, and how far apart do the Rail Anchors need to be anchored?

As shown in the "Creative Ways to Anchor the Inertia Wave" video, the anchor points should be a minimum of 36-40 inches from ground at waist height, and between 24-36 inches apart. Please remember to always use your Rail Anchors.

Why does one end of the Inertia Wave SOLO have an O-ring, carabiner, and nylon strap?

These features are part of the Rail Anchor and are used securely anchor the Inertia Wave. The combination of these components help to alleviate the stress, wear, and torque on the anchored end of the Inertia Wave by creating a "stress curve". For best results and a longer lasting Inertia Wave, you MUST keep the Rail Anchors as extended as possible - do not wrap the Rail Anchors around objects repeatedly to shorten its length. The longer the strap, the less strain on the O-ring and tubes.

I have limited space; do I need to use the Rail Anchors?

Yes! If you omit the Rail Anchors to make up for space, you will lose energy in the tubes and weaken the O-ring. If you hook the carabiner directly to your anchor location it will tear on the O-ring and your product will not last. Your Inertia Wave will perform at 100% and last twice as long with the Rail Anchor, carabiner, and O-ring. Note: The carabiner always sits in between the D-ring of the Rail Anchor, and the O-ring of the Inertia Wave.

Do I always need to use the Rail Anchors?

Yes! The Inertia Wave will not work properly if you decide to omit the Rail Anchor and clip the carabiner to anything else. Use at your own risk when modifying the Inertia Wave.

How far can I safely stretch the Inertia Wave?

We recommend, for your safety, never pulling or stretching the Inertia Wave longer than 26 inches. It’s not a bungee and it may lose its integrity if you use it like a resistance tube.

How much space do I need between each Inertia Wave SOLO “sets” if I anchor side to side on wall?

A clearing of 4 feet from left or right- then put your 1st anchor- 2nd anchor 24-36 inches apart YOUR CHOICE. Then SKIP 4 feet - drill or screw in the next anchor…repeat this sequence.

How much space do I need to train with the Inertia Wave SOLO?

Length:

From the anchor point to your hands, you will need at least 11.5 feet in length.

Width:

For some of the methods of use, you will need at least 4 feet in width to your left, and 4 feet in width to your right.

Height:

For some of the methods of use, you will need at least 7 feet in height from the ground.

SEE WHO IS USING THE INERTIA WAVE

From the average gym-goer to A-list professional athletes.


TB12 Gronk Fitness Sorinex Sports Academy Green Bay Packers Redskins Chicago Bears LA Rams New Orleans Saints USTA UAB Blazers LA Lakers Under Armour US Olympic Team US Army Fort Bragg North Carolina US Air Force US Marines