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1.0 PACKAGE CONTENT

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2.0 STARTING AND USING GYROGYM

Thank you for buying GyroGym, the most portable and fun personal trainer in the world. Now you can stay in shape with small daily exercises, anywhere you like, thanks to its gyroscopic technology that relaxes and trains at the same time.

GyroGym: light, portable, efficient, fun!

It is a well-known fact that in any sport, muscular warm-up is fundamental in avoiding pulled muscles or injuries; by using GyroGym, your muscles will be ready to tackle any activity.

It is therefore ideal for athletes who want to warm up, as well as for reducing problems created by prolonged posture (for example in the office or in the car), and it also improves coordination and breathing in a fun way and without the stress of dedicated sessions.

The first exercise with GyroGym is starting it up.
Some people manage it naturally, while others need to improve their coordination. Getting it started is part of the training, because it improves coordination. Don’t be discouraged if you don’t manage straight away.

1. Grip the rings in a manner that pulls the cord horizontally.
2. Bring your hands to a distance of approximately 10 centimeters apart.
3. Make the disk swing until it spins (it doesn’t matter if it spins clockwise or counterclockwise).
4. Let the disk spin 10 or 15 times, and you will note the cord twisting.
5. Now bring your hands together and wait for the disk to stop spinning
6. Pull your hands apart, pulling the cord as though it were elastic...
7. Just before the cord untwists completely, slightly release the rings; the rotary energy transmitted by the disk via the pulling of the cords will make GyroGym wind the cord in the other direction.

Pulling the cords once more will once again change the sense of rotation, etc.

3.0 TRAINING PROGRAMME

Users can programme their training with GyroGym as they prefer. Below is a suggestion for a programme with gradually increasing difficulty.
Alternate sessions of 30 seconds of use with rest periods of equal duration.

Here are a number of exercises using GyroGym. Have fun with your friends and colleagues. With imagination and experience, you will discover others!

You can even publish videos of your training on YouTube!

 

 

3.1 SERRATUS ANTERIOR, CORACOBRACHIALIS

Hold your arms out in front of you at shoulder height and start GyroGym.
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3.2 PECTORALIS MAJOR, PECTORALIS MINOR, DELTOID

Simply lower your arms (to waist height) and start GyroGym. Unlike the previous exercise, this one focuses more on the pectoral muscles.

The muscular tissue is strengthened, contrasting the effects of ageing.

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3.3 LEVATOR SCAPULAE, RHOMBOIDS, INFRASPINATUS

Start the exercise with your hands held in front, then bring your hands over your head, in line with your shoulders.

This exercise works the dorsal muscles and helps to shape the abdomen.

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3.4 DELTOID, INFRASPINATUS, TRAPEZIUS

This exercise is perfect for avoiding incorrect posture and improving posture while seated. It also relaxes the back muscles.

Hold your hands behind your back, at waist height, and start using GyroGym.

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3.5 DELTOID AND LATISSIMUS DORSI

Once you are able to GyroGym in a simple manner, hold it behind your head, with your arms bent at approximately 90 degrees.

ATTENTION: tie up long hair.

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3.6 FLEXOR CARPI ULNARIS, SUPINATOR

Hold one arm close to the chest, and extend the other horizontally and outwards, applying force by opening and closing the palm of the hand. By moving the pulling arm and holding the other arm still, the muscles indicated will be strengthened.

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3.7 BICEPS AND TRICEPS

Hold GyroGym cord vertically (after having started it, otherwise the disc will fall). By moving the pulling arm and holding the other arm still, the biceps and the triceps will be strengthened.

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4.0 INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBSTITUTING THE CORDS

Remove the cords to be substituted.
USE ONLY ORIGINAL CORDS; using non-original cords, even if they appear to be identical, may cause the equipment to malfunction or become damaged.

Insert the new cord in the two holes on the disk (fig. 1).
Grip the ends of the cord and hold them up, letting the disk slide downwards. Make sure that the two halves of the cord are exactly the same length.
Tie the two ends of the cord together (fig. 2).
Pass the cord through one of the two rings and then bring it back on itself (fig. 3).
Pull the ring outwards so that the cord pulls back on itself, forming a cow hitch knot (fig. 4).

Repeat the operation with the other ring.

Try a few sessions at a moderate speed in order to adapt the new cord.

Now you are ready to continue with your training.

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5.0 WARNINGS

5.1 Never drop GyroGym. Do not leave GyroGym close to heat sources.
5.2 Always check that your movements do not interfere with people and objects around you.
5.3 Check the cord before and during use; avoid overheating, and if there are evident signs of deterioration, immediately substitute the cord by following the instructions in this booklet.
5.4 Due to the high levels of energy involved and the need to correctly follow the instructions, GyroGym must only be used by children under the age of 14 when supervised by an adult.
5.5 Furthermore, as GyroGym has a thin and highly resistant cord, never leave small children alone with the equipment without the supervision of an adult. GyroGym must be used exclusively in accordance with these instructions and warnings. The manufacturer does not accept any responsibility for damage caused by the inobservance of these usage instructions, and also reserves the right to modify the characteristics of the product at any time without notice.

AGMDESIGN.IT ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE TO PEOPLE OR THINGS CAUSED BY AN INAPPROPRIATE USE OF THE PRODUCT.
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