Enhancing Mobility

The Fractal Machine was designed to help those with mobile disabilities participate in anaerobic and aerobic exercises as well as those who have a need to rapidly adapt to using a wheelchair. Attachable to almost any standard wheelchair, the unit offers resistance training that focuses on work muscles in the upper body to condition and build the muscles that are used most often. It’s a great fitness solution for athletes and casual users alike.

Designer: Wilmer Montiel


  • Rastus7 says:

    Great idea! However the movements shown do not work the muscles as written.

    Movements shown in Basic Exercises 1, 2, 3 and 4 are a pushing movement, and therefore work the triceps and pectoralis majoris.

    Movements show in Data Analysis 2 and 3 are primarily shoulder exercises as they work mostly the deltoid muscles.

    The movements show in Data Analysis 4 is a tricep extension, and works the tricep muscles.

    Both antagonist and agonist muscles will need to be worked in order to promote balance muscle growth. This means that the machine will require a pulling movement as well as a pushing movement.

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