Vertical 3.0 is Pavigym's most advanced system of interactive floors and walls yet. It integrates seamlessly with the company's existing products to offer users effective functional training and a rich interactive experience.
The Pavigym Vertical 3.0 is the company's most sophisticated technology yet, one that integrates interactive walls, floors, lights, sounds, and pressure-sensitive sensors to create highly interactive experiences in gyms and fitness clubs. The new functional training concept challenges gym goers to conquer the interactive walls to improve their skills, including strength, speed, agility, balance, and hand-eye coordination. Vertical 3.0 can be used together with Pavigym's Energy+ program, allowing users to choose from pre-programmed 10-minute workout sessions or small group training sessions.
Vertical 3.0 technology allows individuals and small groups to work together to improve their fitness level, challenging them to make quick decisions as they react to various audio and visual stimuli. The entire process runs automatically once a participant touches one of the interactive surfaces, and the system does not require an instructor to operate it. Participants can control it themselves through the interactive touch screen, while the instructor controls the entire experience from a tablet.
By adding interactive walls and floors to their facility, fitness clubs can make the most out of the space they have available while offering their members a fun new way to reach their fitness goals. Vertical 3.0 offers four training modes: free workouts (for personal training), small group training, pre-programmed express workouts, and training as an induction tool, which helps club owners enroll new members by creating a hi-tech impacting and visual set of tests.
Pavigym's 3.0 technology allows members to try out an almost unlimited number of structured workouts and experience an entirely new way of exercising. Participants simply follow the cues on the interactive walls and floors and train either individually or as part of a group. The technology allows fitness trainers to diversify training programs and environments using lights and special effects which, in turn, keeps the member retention rates higher and the workouts more compelling.
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