Exercise is the best medicine and a pre-requisite for a healthy life. Walking and running is the most natural form of exercise.
The rebound effect promotes reciprocal muscle tension and relaxation. This optimises the training effect for the leg, feet, back and core body muscles while improving balance and coordination. If you are on the move a lot every day or suffer from degenerative joint diseases, one of the best solutions around is the kybun treadmill. It is easy on your joints and trains your fine motor skills while improving your performance with every step you take.
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The worldwide unique treadmill surface with elastic springy slats and wooden substructure is built in close cooperation with the Swiss market leader for orthopedic shoes and physiotherapy kybun (formerly MBT) and was brought to perfection in more than 2 years of research & development.
The impulse-active compression zone of the kybun material allows the foot to sink in to different depths from slat to slat on impact, ensuring optimal springback and a constantly slightly changing load. You walk or run as if on a soft forest floor. The patented special construction, which is also used by kybun in the world-famous kybun standing mats, has been tested and certified by the IGR Institute for Health and Ergonomics, among others.
What also makes the kybun treadmill completely unique is the combination of two ground-breaking inventions by kybun.
The running surface of the kybun treadmill is made with a soft, springy material that absorbs the impact on the joints, preventing further irritation to inflamed structures during rehabilitation. The kybun treadmill also ensures that all muscles in the lower limbs are activated when walking or running, forcing the patient to actively and continuously stabilise them. This is proven to improve the body’s proprioceptive and sensory motor skills as well as inter- and intramuscular coordination.