History of MedX
The U.S. inventor and entrepreneur Arthur Jones developed the Nautilis range of exercise equipment in the 1970s. These machines incorporated the theory of isolating and strengthening muscles without recruiting nearby and weaker muscles. The Nautilis company became a market leader in the fitness industry. Jones sold Nautilis and founded MedX in 1986. Jones’s aim was to perfect the testing of human strength, endurance and range of movement.
“MedX exercise machines are the product of experience and millions of dollars of independent university research. MedX is the most technologically advanced fitness, sports and medical/rehabilitation equipment available.
MedX machines achieve training efficiency through resistance curves matched to tested and proven strength profiles. They operate at a very low level of friction and offer a choice of resistance in two pound increments, ensuring a weight that is not too heavy or too light for rapid and steady progress.” MedX Ltd