Lojer Mobile Speed Pulley

Maximizing Mobility: Discover the Versatility of the Lojer Mobile Speed Pulley

Experience unparalleled flexibility in rehabilitation and fitness with the Lojer Mobile Speed Pulley, a masterpiece in mobility and space efficiency. Its compact design, featuring a slim profile and reduced height, ensures it can easily pass through any doorway, making it perfect for on-site use in various locations, especially where space is at a premium.

Equipped with a central pulley lifting system, this mobile unit offers high tilt resistance and customizable rope adjustments for both standing and seated exercises. Ideal for bilateral and high-velocity strength training, the Lojer Mobile Speed Pulley is a versatile and essential tool for dynamic exercise regimens and is a staple in clinics around the world.

Key Features | Mobile Speed Pulley

  • Enables starting with low resistance, adjustable in small 0.5 kg increments per cord, using one or two tow ropes for precise resistance control.
  • Maintains consistent weight without vibration or disturbance, even during explosive exercises.
  • The weight on each pull handle is consistently equal, allowing for the combination of both rope pulls on a single handle to effectively double the load.
  • Its mobile nature opens up a range of applications, particularly in outpatient rehabilitation clinics.
  • Exceptionally quiet and smooth operation, achieved as the weight moves only one fifth of the distance with each pull.

The NEW Lojer Black Edition Pulley

The newest line from Lojer -the black series pulley.  The same world class pulley, in a slick and elegant black finish.

The extremely smooth pulling mechanism of Lojer Speed pulleys allow even explosive exercise movements – without losing or jolting the weight. Speed pulleys have a very light weight stack – you can start from 500 gram resistance. You can also double the weight by connecting both ropes to one handle.

The Mobile Speed Pulley features a 50 kg covered weight stack. Pulley is available in matt black or grey.

Countless Exercises On Lojer Speed Pulleys!

Knee extension, sitting position

This exercise can be used f.ex. after a knee operation to strengthen the quadriceps muscles when squats cannot be performed or are not allowed. By starting with a really low resistance, we get to create more activity in the muscle cells. The patient can also sit facing the pulley. This way the pulley is helping with the knee extension to create more range of motion.

Lunge backwards with rotation

This is a great exercise for ACL rehab to increase the strength and movement control. As you can see in the picture, the weight of the patient need to stay on the left leg. Before doing this kind of exercise, make sure that the alignment of the leg and rest of the body is correct. Adding tempo and speed can make the exercise more difficult, and by slowing it down the exercise gets easier. Before performing this exercise, the patient should be able to make a clean basic squat.

Lunge backwards with rotation when facing the pulley

Keep an eye on the same things as in the previous exercise. Make sure the rotation goes on and around the hip. This is a great exercise with f.ex. hockey players and use sticks and rackets in their sports. 

ZigZag jumps with a static hold from the torso

This could be an exercise f.ex 3-4 months after a knee operation when the patient has permission to jump. It’s a great exercise for plyometric features. Before performing the exercise the patient should be able to do it without the static hold. Make sure that the posture stays in control throughout the whole exercise. Adding the number of repetitions per set makes the exercise more challenging. Also with more resistance from the weight stack the exercise can become really challenging.  

Exercises to lateral direction

Sky is the limit when planning exercises for lateral movements. You can do various sprints, jumps and lunges sideways to train explosive features and strenght. These are great exercises e.g. for hockey players when doing additional training or rehab. You need to able to create force sideways as well, not only forwards and backwards.

Ankle inversion exercise “Compass”

This exercise is for the supporting leg (e.g. football when kicking the ball). It will challenge the whole leg, not just the ankle. Make sure that the patient is allowed to put the whole body weight on the supporting leg. Make sure that the control of the movement and the posture is good and bring the leg that is attached to pulley in all compass directions. When the patient brings the leg behind the supporting leg, different muscles will activate.

Technical Features

  • CE–marked medical equipment
  • Black or grey frame
  • Extremely sturdy construction
  • Four castors 75 mm with central locking
  • Two adjustment pins: one for adjusting the height of the rope and the second one acts as a range motion limiter
  • Two pulling ropes and two handles
  • Weight stack covered with steel casing for safety
  • Special pull cord mechanism transforms the outgoing resistance load at a ratio of 1:5 with one pull rope and 2:5 when using two pull ropes (see product card for examples and more information)
  • The height of the pulling handle and the length of the cord can be adjusted in 5 cm increments
  • Quiet, smooth resistance across the whole range of movement, and the pulling mechanism allows quick, even explosive exercise movements

Technical Specifications & Downloads

Overall height190 cm
Width66 cm
Depth100 cm
Total weight85 kg
Frame colorBlack/ grey
CastorsØ75 mm, central locking
Warranty2 / 10 years
Country of ManufactureF

Serving Canadians for over 40 Years

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