At the IRR Institute there is an isokinetic dynamometer for the evaluation and the rehabilitation of large joints: shoulder, knee, ankle – thus allowing exercises in a “closed” kinetic chain, testing, rehabilitation and training in various modes (concentric, isometric, eccentric, mixed and passive).


  • Natural Training

  • Low-joint load training

  • Great for getting into shape

  • Great for body rehabilitate after an accident or trauma

  • Indicated for complementary work next to disciplines such as Yoga, Pilates, and Tai Chi

  • It easily adapts to different body structures

  • It’s convenient and easy to use

  • Movements are reminiscent of natural movement patterns

  • Allows a nearly unlimited variety of movements

  • It is suitable for the training of men, women and even children

  • Allows excellent circuit work

  • From a home fitness point of view, because of the variety of movements, workout are always challenging and interesting, contrary to what usually happens with most home workout machinery