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DynaMax Pro Trainer 12086PC Core Strengthening System

by Dynamax

List Price: $299.95
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  • Core strengthening system for improving upper body through resistance and isometrics
  • Generates roughly 178 pounds of resistance and top speed of 6,000 rpm
  • Helps user maintain balance, speed, and endurance; built-in starter and LED lights
  • Made of machine-molded, high-strength plastic; easy-to-grip foam rubber handles
  • Includes instructional training DVD
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Product Description

Product Description

The patented DynaMax Pro Trainer is ergonomically designed to maximize core resistance and to increase upper body strength through isometric exercise. The Pro Trainer gyro creates over 220lbs of resistance at around 8,000 RPM. The Pro Trainer was designed for Military Forces, SWAT, Police Depts., Fire Depts., and professional sports teams.

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Smaller and lighter than the DynaMax Core Trainer, the DynaMax Pro offers the same high-end functionality but for a more affordable price. The DynaMax Pro is designed with the same principles in mind as the company's handheld gyros, but with a focus on working your core and upper body through resistance and isometrics, rather than just your arms and elbows. The gyro is distinguished by a built-in starter and LED lights that get brighter as the speed increases. More importantly, the DynaMax Pro generates roughly 178 pounds of resistance and a top speed of 6,000 rpm, helping the user maintain balance, speed, and endurance--all essential for core training.

The DynaMax Pro Trainer is made of machine-molded, high-strength plastic, which provides a super-strong housing while lessening the cost per unit. The material translates to a very affordable yet cutting-edge training device. Each unit is also inspected and tested by the company's expert craftsmen, who take pride in knowing that each Pro Trainer is the most effective and unique training tool available. Other features include a built-in starter, foam rubber grips, and an instructional training DVD. The DynaMax Pro requires two AA batteries (not included).


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 5.5 x 6 inches ; 5.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000W188J2
  • Item model number: 12086PC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,161 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

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Customer Reviews

I have contacted the company for service/replacement.
Amazon Customer
I watched several videos on you tube of people using it and they dont even use it the way you are instructed to, and they keep the thing going.
Jim
I used it at level stupid for 10 minutes at a time, 3 times a day and realized it was getting harder to start with each use.
Craig

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 8, 2009
I got this for Christmas this year and was very excited as I have the smaller version and it has been a great tool for years. I began using it right away and have used it every day with a noticable improvement in arm definition. Unfortunately when I picked it up today and pressed the button on the end to get it started it made a terrible rattling sound and failed to spin up properly. It appears that the rubber wheel on the little motor that spins the gyro up to speed has shifted and is no longer contacting the inner surface properly. I have contacted the company for service/replacement. I will revise my rating depending on the service I get. Stay Tuned!
*Update*
Well I called the company and they seemed more interested in not being responsible for the repair then being helpful with the return/information relating to the problem. I'm guessing this design is not working so well for them as they are apparently making a new version that is manual start (like the smaller hand version). I'm guessing that the little electric start up motor/mounting is not up to the vibrations this creates during use. I'm plan to wait till the new version comes out and getting on of those.
*UPDATE*
New manual start version is finally out!
DynaMax Core Trainer 2 (Amazon does not currently offer it. )
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Craig on September 4, 2013
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When the product works it is a ridiculous workout. I want to cry after 5 minutes of use. The concept is outstanding and I really want to recommend this but DFX Sports cut too many corners when making it. It worked for 2 minutes the first day I got it until I increased the RPM's to level stupid, I heard a grinding noise and the gyro scraped to a halt. After trying for several more days to get it started again, I decided I might not be as uncoordinated as I feared so I called DFX Sports. They had me send it back so they could fix it. They did their magic and when I received it, it worked awesome. I used it at level stupid for 10 minutes at a time, 3 times a day and realized it was getting harder to start with each use. By the third day I couldn't start it anymore. I noticed the starter string was frayed exactly how the other reviewers said it would. I also noticed bits of dust from the starter string coating the gyro wheel and the inside of the globe. I sent it back again and they replaced the string, sanded down the rough spots in the handle and cleaned it up. It works now but I can't always get it started. It is extremely difficult to start but when it does it is an amazing and terrible workout. In my opinion this product is still not there. 200 bucks is way to much to pay for something with so many factory and engineering defects. I would recommend waiting until they redesign this crap and release the 3.0 version (this is apparently the next gen model after a failed electric starter version). In fact, I insist you not buy this. If you buy it now, these dicks will think they have a successful product and they won't even bother improving it. Do not reward incompetence, step away from the product page. buy the red gyro ball from kernpower instead. Why are you still reading? get away! log off!Read more ›
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bob Zucker on December 17, 2012
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I am a big fan of "gyro" type exercise devices. I own the Dynaflex V Poweball and the NSD Heavy Metal Pro Powerball. I moved up a level to the Core Trainer by DFX. It's an incredible upper body workout. 5 minutes and you've completely worked put your biceps, triceps, deltoid's, and forearms. The harder you rotate the handles, the more torque produced. Because the motion is circular, when one hand is pushing, the other is pulling, so you work your muscle groups across the complete range of motion. I can only sustain the highest RPM for 10-15 seconds because the torque is so intense. I travel often, and pack the Core Trainer in my backpack. It's like bringing my gym with me when I leave home.

The only criticism I have is with the starter cord. It lacks durability and after a couple of months of fairly heavy use I ripped the cord. I sent it back to DFX and for about $10 they repaired it. DFX needs to do something about the starter cord as I'm sure it will rip again at some point.

Update, July 2013:
There is a another version of the Core Trainer that was mentioned in a different review. It is the Ironpower Dynamax by Kern Power. It's not that easy to purchase and not available on Amazon. I had to go to the company directly in Germany to purchase the product. It is much more expensive, costing 389 Euros, that's about $600 with delivery.

In my view, if you like this type of workout, the Iron Power Dynamax is worth the money. As I mentioned, and also discussed by a couple of other reviews, there's a big problem with the starter cord with the DFX model. It comes out of the starter housing and hits a friction point as it enters the handle. This causes the starter cord to wear and break.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Analytical on May 10, 2013
The wear on the pull-cord is located at the point where the cord threads into the sphere, approximately at the junction where the handle meets the gyroscope housing. To better demonstrate what I am talking about. Take a piece of PVC pipe about the length of the handle, get a piece of rope, tie a knot at one, thread it through the PVC pipe and tie a 3-pound weight at the other end, leaving enough rope for the weight to twirl around. Next, hold the PVC pipe and swing the weight in a circular pattern; after a while, examine the rope at the point where it is rubbing against the rim of the pipe. That is the type of cord-damage I encountered with my product. In my opinion, this is a manufacturing defect because the company failed to realize that the friction of the pull-cord rubbing against the inner hole where the cord is threaded into the starter mechanism will cause the cord to break in a very short amount of time. My exerciser is useless now unless I want to spend $60 to have the cord replaced, not including shipping. For those who have this product, gently pull the cord out, about 1 1/2 times the length of the handle and see if you can see heavy wear on the cord.
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