The MUJO System is the world’s first range of rehabilitation and training equipment that uses unique moving axis cam technology to deliver multi-axial exercises through all ranges of motion.
Based on a unique, patented system of moving axis cams, MUJO devices are designed to replicate the body’s natural range of motion, independently loading and training multiple joints in a single exercise. Numerous independent scientific studies show that exercises which reflect natural movements can improve both performance and everyday function for a better quality of life.
Until the arrival of MUJO, no single system allowed users to train biarticular muscles or multi-axial joints in a single exercise, on just one machine. Conventional free-weight and selectorised systems offer varying degrees of control, but are technologically limited by the direction of gravitational forces, cables and conventional fixed-axis cams.
In 2006, mechanical engineer Douglas Higgins invented the revolutionary fully-moving multi-axial cam that underpins all MUJO devices to solve the issue of providing targeted training to the complex muscles of the spine. In 2011, MUJO was born to apply the system to other commonly injured and high cost areas of the body. 2014 brought the addition of government support from Innovate UK to connect the stations with electronic patient records in the NHS and set a new benchmark for the rehabilitation and elite sports performance industry.
Today, the following principles underpin the company’s ethos: