Surge was built for the highest level of professional and Olympic athletes to mimic athletic movements off the field. With unlimited freedom of motion, you can replicate any athletic movement, conditioning your body to perform at peak levels.
Organizations Using Surge
The 360 is better than any other machine on the market, when it comes to developing strength, power and endurance for a wrestler’s hand fighting and pummeling skills. This machine allows for a wrestler to condition their body in a way that most emulates the act of wrestling. I see the 360 being in every wrestling room in the country, if not the world very soon.
USA Olympic Wrestling
Go as hard as you can for 30 seconds, it's a full body workout.
Green Bay Packers
The 360 is a very well designed piece of equipment that has numerous applications in any strength and conditioning program. I love the 360’s functionality in particular as a warm up and recovery tool. The 360’s durability and easy to move design make it a great tool with tons of options within a strength program!
Trunk mobility is vital and core strength is paramount to power and maintaining spine angle. The 180 is a great tool to safely and effectively condition my clients to enhance their play on and off the course.
Director of Instruction Olney Golf Park
Co-Founder Salute Military Golf Association
2010 PGA Patriot Award Winner
Former PGA Tour Member
We use the SURGE 180 for all of our players. It is very effective to teach and train tennis specific muscles and movements. It is a very nice addition to our daily training.
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach
U.S. Tennis Association
Great cardio training to prep for my Bodybuilding Competition.
Looking for a HITT workout? Surge 360 will deliver.
WNBF Pro Body Builder
Personal Training Director
Gold’s Gym, Richmond VA
Werth advocated for better equipment in the weight room and Rizzo took the requests to ownership. The Lerners bought both a single and double isokinetic activation device for $4,500. Position players use the single to build core strength. Pitchers use the double to strengthen their shoulders, one of the most important precautionary measures they can take.
Excerpt from an article in The Washington Post
featuring Washington Nationals' Jayson Werth