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Amp up your training zones & group classes

Supercharge your functional, suspension and other training zones. Electrify your boot camp, cross training and other small group classes.

High Intensity Interval Training Evolved

According to ACSM's worldwide survey of fitness trends for 2015, HIIT is a top trend among your members.

  • Strength
  • Power
  • Accelerated
  • Resistance
  • Cardio
  • Lose Fat
  • Build Muscle
  • Gain Strength
  • Increase Metabolism
  • Improve Power

High performance
Low Stress

SPARC is incomparable to traditional functional training exercise equipment. Its patented arcuate motion is biomechanically engineered to be gentler on knee joints, encouraging your members to work harder by minimizing their perceived exertion.

Get on and go

With its intuitive settings and design, SPARC is exceptionally simple. Simple to adjust. Simple to use. Simply amazing.

Easy-To-Use Console

Self-Powered and Cord-Free

Because it's completely self-powered, SPARC requires no electricity, can fit anywhere within your facility, requires minimal maintenance, and is an exceptionally safe and efficient investment.

Powerful Running At Athletic Speeds

In the resisted cardio category, SPARC aggressively differentiates itself from rowers, steppers, indoor cycles, etc. with sprint-like mechanics in a non-impact environment.



  • Patented arcuate motion reduces strain on knees
  • Manually controlled incline offers three positions to change the emphasis on different muscle groups
  • Multiple hand positions to accommodate different sizes and generate optimal power
  • Additional resistance mechanism offers increased intensity levels
  • 2 modes of operation:
    Circuit Mode – Single, quick, high power movement lasting typically less than one minute
    Interval Mode – Longer duration workout that has user-defined high intensity and rests