LIFT YOUR TRAINING EXPERIENCE

Help your clients build strength, confidence, and resilience with more multiplanar athletic and functional training options.

TRUSTED BY TOP ATHLETES AND TRAINERS

  • NFL
  • MLB
  • NBA
  • NHL
  • NCAA
  • PGA

“At its most basic, VECTOR is a cable machine replacement you and your clients can use anywhere and it's a great solution for multiplanar training.”
- MIKE BOYLE, MIKE BOYLE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

VECTOR IMPROVES CLIENT EXPERIENCES WITH...

Personal trainer Seth using quality trainer-equipment inside home with client

NEW, MULTIPLANAR...

Personal trainer showing how quality trainer-equipment produces better results

TIME UNDER TENSION...

Personal trainer showing how quality trainer-equipment produces better results

EXERCISES...

Personal trainer Seth using quality trainer-equipment outside with client

ANYWHERE

INTRODUCING VECTOR MULTIPLANAR TRAINING

With the Kayezen VECTOR Professional Trainer System & Certification Courses, it’s easy for you to learn and implement hundreds of VECTOR multiplanar exercises that are embraced at the highest levels of sports performance and personal training. These multiplanar exercises deliver new angles, new challenges and new results that keep your clients engaged and motivated to help them meet their athletic and functional training goals.

MEET VECTOR

The VECTOR is a patented, dial-in resistance tube system that delivers between 10 and 100 pounds of resistance. You can set up the Professional Trainer System indoors or outdoors in seconds, instantly adjust resistance levels, easily swap out accessories and deliver hundreds of basic through advanced multiplanar training exercise options your clients will immediately feel, understand and love.

“CABLE MACHINE REPLACEMENT AND MOST VERSATILE BAND TOOL”

-MEN'S HEALTH

CERTIFICATION COURSES

LEVEL 1: VECTOR FOUNDATIONS TRAINING

Level 1 (a $100 value) is included with your purchase of the VECTOR Professional Trainer System and you will be awarded Continuing Education Credits from NASM (0.7), ACE (0.3), and AFAA (7).

VECTOR PROFESSIONAL TRAINER SYSTEM

Here is everything you get.

VECTOR DIAL-IN RESISTANCE SYSTEM & ACCESSORIES

VECTOR

Can be set-up to deliver 10 - 100 pounds of resistance with a smooth pull progression.  Instantly anchor anywhere and swap accessories.

long strap handles

Designed to offer cable machine functionality for both unilateral and multilateral full extension exercises.

short strap handle

Solution for when space is too tight for LONG STRAP HANDLES.

cinch strap

Designed for greater comfort at all resistance levels. Quickly secures to shoulders, arms, hips, thighs, above knee or ankle level. Eliminates the need for multiple “heavy bands."

multi-anchor strap

Developed for travel and outdoor training.  Door anchor with extended loop strap that can also be secured to posts, poles, benches, trees and much more.

carabiners

Premium Kayezen-brand carabiners rated 12Kn for fast set-up and release of VECTOR and accessories.

VECTOR FOUNDATIONS TRAINING COURSE

2 hour online, NASM, ACE and AFAA certified course with instruction on multiplanar training terminology, VECTOR set-up, use and an extensive review of foundational exercises and variations using the Long Strap and Short Handles.  Option to be listed as a Level 1 Certified VECTOR training professional Kayezen’s website upon receiving certification.

Includes VECTOR Foundations Training Course at No Charge ($100 value)
$495.00
Includes VECTOR Foundations Training Course at No Charge ($100 value)

30 DAY RISK FREE TRIAL

INVEST IN YOUR
CLIENTS & YOURSELF

THE TRAINING WORLD CONTINUES TO EVOLVE...

Whether your clients are working out with you in-person or virtually, there is a greater emphasis on delivering high quality, motivating training sessions in any environment

01.

Use of at-home workout options now exceeds that of health clubs and fitness studios

02.

95% of active men and women aged 40+ say they're willing to pay $150 for at-home training

03.

83% of trainers say their clients are looking to continue training online after the pandemic

...VECTOR WAS DESIGNED FOR THIS NEW WORLD

With VECTOR’s high performance and near limitless versatility you can deliver the experiences your clients count on to build strength, confidence and resilience anywhere.

What vector pro trainers are saying

5.0

“I’ve been working with professional athletes my entire career and multiplanar exercises are a core part of what we use to build and maintain athletic resilience. The VECTOR Foundations Training Course should be required for anyone looking to enter the performance or fitness training industry and it’ s an outstanding refresher for veteran trainers and coaches.”

Kika Mela,BSE, LMT, MATCSm
5.0

“I waited too long to buy my VECTOR. I did not know the company and did extensive research first. When it arrived, I opened the box and it was clear this is a very high quality system and my interactions with the Kayezen team have made me a huge fan of the company. I live in Trinidad and train my clients at their homes, indoors and outdoors and they love all the new 3-D exercises and workouts we can do. I’ve also picked up some new clients that saw me training with the VECTOR and approached me to learn about it.”

Rhonnel K. Forde,BS, CPT
5.0

“My clients love training with the VECTOR. They love the feel of training from so many new angles and that it’s something new. But the key is they can see we are including more exercises that deliver very high levels of intensity and heart rates without needing to do excessive numbers of reps that can wear on tendons and joints...and this is particularly important for my older clients that are serious lifelong athletes.”

Reyci Martorell,BSE, LMT, MATCSm

what their clients are saying

Image of Jaeden Graham using VECTOR.

"As a professional athlete, I work on developing movement strength and stability in all directions. The VECTOR system provides me with the multiplanar resistance challenges that I can't get with free weights."  

- Jaeden Graham, Atlanta Falcons

Image of Tara biking.

"As a frequently injured endurance triathlete, I came to work with my trainer Seth on improving my running technique, and general strength with a variety of VECTOR resistance training exercises. I was able to improve my race speed by 10%, while remaining injury free." 

-Tara Kupersmith, Triathlete

Image of Dr. Mitchelle Clare using DUAL Vector

"My routine has changed for the better because I can do VECTOR exercises from all different angles, increasing strength and muscle groups that weren't being affected by the other modalities that I was using. I can't say enough about this system."

- Dr. Mitchell Clare

JOIN THE KAYEZEN COMMUNITY

Invest in yourself and your clients today.

THE KAYEZEN PHILOSOPHY

Our Name Is Derived From The Word KAIZEN

KAI • ZEN

1. a business philosophy or system that is based on making positive changes on a regular basis, as to improve productivity

2. an approach to one’s personal or social life that focuses on continuous improvement

OUR MISSION

We are dedicated to helping people continuously improve their physical and mental resilience and are here to champion and support our partners that share our purpose.

Hi - I’m Eric Kaye, Founder of Kayezen and I would like to take a moment of your time to share my personal journey with you.

I’m 58, played lacrosse in high school and college and am a lifelong athlete.  While I hung up my lacrosse cleats after college, I’ve been a corporate athlete for decades and love to ski aggressively, mountain bike and play golf competitively.

Over the years I’ve found that getting in an early morning workout with my trainer prepared me for the day.   If I miss a workout my day is a slog.  On the other hand, a great training session wakes me up.  It clears my head and gives me an early feeling of accomplishment and STRENGTH that carries me through the day with increased CONFIDENCE  and mental RESILIENCE. I’ll come back to this in a bit, but that is Kayezen’s purpose, to help people at all stages of life build their STRENGTH, CONFIDENCE and RESILIENCE.

But one winter day, when I was in my mid 40s, I pushed too hard.  I was training the same way I did in college; chest, back and biceps one day - shoulders, legs and triceps the next day.   I did not know how much the training world had evolved.  I was just doing what I knew and ended up putting too much weight on a leg press machine and herniating a disc in my L4/L5. 

Unfortunately the injury was severe and ultimately resulted in a fragment breaking away and what my neurosurgeon informed me was a “dropped foot”.  In an instant I went from a corporate athlete and weekend warrior to not being able to get off the floor.  It took six months before I could really workout again, but the damage is permanent and I will forever need to do exercises that strengthen the support areas for my lower back. 

But that didn’t stop me and it never will.   This was a major set-back, but also an opportunity to get better, to get smarter. That’s my mindset and it’s the mindset of our team and partners.  I started physical therapy and learned a ton. And the lessons were straightforward.  Why was I training individual muscles with movements that most of the time did not translate into athletic or functional performance, and compromising my results with bad form and posture that was counterproductive because I was always looking to take my lifts to the next “weight level”?   Did I really need bigger biceps, chest, quads at this stage of life?  

My physical therapy led me to understand that for me, and any lifelong athlete, while strength is  important, range of motion, mobility, endurance and longevity are also critical elements for an athlete’s performance.   What was truly exciting, the top athletes and teams around the world had been placing a greater emphasis on training this way for a while.  They use terms like fascia, hypertrophy, multiplanar training, time under tension - but essentially the traditional “strength and conditioning” I did in college had come a long way to incorporate more of a performance focus instead of the “lift capacity” I had continued to train with until my injury.

A key part of my physical therapy was incorporating resistance bands and tubes.   And I loved them!   First because I could “train” while recovering with very light resistance levels.  But as my strength returned, I also understood that they are some of the best tools for building the other critical elements for athletic performance - range of motion, mobility, endurance and longevity.  And I also found they placed much less strain on my tendons and joints.  And I could take them anywhere and use them anytime.

But I also saw tubes and bands could use a massive upgrade and that the applications, if we got it right, could help almost everyone at some time in their lives.  And that’s what led to Kayezen retaining some of the best industrial designers and engineers in the fitness industry to build a system that solved many of the friction points I saw and we confirmed were widely experienced.  The need for faster set-up times, instant resistance level changes, more comfortable accessories and reduced snap-back risk.

We spent 5 years developing and testing prototypes and during this process I had the chance to meet Seth “Formanator” Forman, a local strength and conditioning and performance coach who had previously worked at IMG.  Formanator has a great reputation for coaching athletes and working with orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists to get their clients back on the field after an injury.  Most importantly, we had the same mindset.

Seth saw what we were doing, loved it and two days later we had a full system in his training center.  And then he took what VECTOR was capable of delivering to a whole new level with multiplanar single and multiple VECTOR training and confirmed the increased activation we were feeling with EMG sensors linked to a 3D motion capture system.   Thanks to Seth, within 2 years we were working with some of the top professional teams and athletes, major universities, physical therapy clinics and teaching hospitals.   

Seth’s a very technical guy, and that’s why we love him.  But to me, and likely your clients as well, it’s all about feel, motivation and results.  While he loves to talk about multiplanar and time under tension, in reality the concepts are very simple.  Multiplanar training means doing exercises that challenge me from so many different angles or “vectors” that I’m better prepared to absorb, accept, and redirect force when I’m swinging a golf club, skiing, mountain biking, or quickly reacting if something unexpected happens.   Time under tension, even easier.  I don’t need to blow out tons of reps for results.  In fact, in many ways it can be counter-productive.  The other big win - these two concepts can accelerate my workouts when I’m pressed for time. 

As Seth and I like to joke, we have a great group of people that invented the hardware, but it’s really the software that’s now key to the system.  And Seth and our community of top minds in sports performance, physical therapy and clinical applications continue to build our “software”.  They are always adding to the ever growing library of options we share so like-minded professionals can advance how we train or help people recover.  As part of our community we will share what we are learning and will ask you to do the same so we can help more people build their STRENGTH, CONFIDENCE and RESILIENCE.

Now I’m not alone, it’s likely you have clients like me and there are millions of us out there looking for better solutions all the time.  As a company, we find our systems really resonate with clients that are lifelong athletes at any age level.  They have performance, functional fitness or injury recovery goals and are willing and often love to do the work.  From single sport middle and high school athletes, to an NFL wide receiver looking to gain a step, to a golfer looking to shoot their age, a grandparent looking to play pickleball with their grandchild or one of the tens of millions of people battling back from back, knee, shoulder, hip and or ankle injuries - it's part of who we are, it’s our mindset, it’s what gives us energy.  We are comfortable being uncomfortable. We find joy in continuously improving.   We live “Kayezen”.  Giving up is never an option   

I was warned to keep this short, that attention spans continue to shorten, so I thank you for learning more about Kayezen and why we exist.  We know our systems can significantly add to the training options you offer with exercises that will help your clients at all levels.  We hope you will give us a chance to prove it to you.   If you share our mindset and purpose and have an interest in learning more, please set up a no pressure session with Seth.  The worst that will happen is you meet and get to know a very good dude.

Now if I could just get Seth to up his music choices…