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Core-Tex™

  • May 04, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Multi-Planer Hip Rehabilitation

We have the honor of sharing with you some hip rehab applications sent to us by physical therapist Bryce Taylor.  Bryce shares with us: "I have a unique opportunity to capture overhead views at my clinic and for the Core-Tex, this makes sense.  I've been working with this gentleman for several hip-related cases to restore functional mobility and return him...

  • March 28, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Master Trainers Small Group Metabolic Demo

This 30 second combo of mountain climbers, push-ups and wrestler spins is a great way to keep members and coaches engaged and challenges the decision making and neuromuscular reaction of the participants.  Try it and see how fast the heart rate climbs!

  • March 01, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Got Speed? 30 Second Core-Tex Mountain Climber Challenge

Mountain Climbers on Core-Tex are an incredibly demanding metabolic exercise that challenges your cardiovascular system and your overall stability at the same time. The arms must drive the platform as fast as they can and the legs must keep up. Opposite arm and knee drive at the same time, similar to running.  See how many you can do in 30...

  • February 17, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Reactive yoga? You better believe it!

A traditional yoga flow can be progressed by using the Core-Tex platform to introduce some reactive variability to the body. Using the handrail for added stability-the tilt, slide and translation of Core-Tex can create an entirely novel user experience.By introducing the transverse plane alone to these moves, the body's muscles, joints and righting reflexes are challenged in ways unique to...

  • January 20, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Enhancing Scapular Upward and Downward Rotation

Take this familiar arm position we use on the wall to mobilize the thoracic spine, add the patented motion of Core-Tex and you have a very unique and effective way to enhance scapular motion.  This is also a great move to help mobilize the tissue inferior to the posterior shoulder joint.