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Core-Tex™

  • August 11, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Core-Tex Glute Bridge

The Glute Bridge aka Hip Bridge or Hip Thrust is a very popular and effective exercise.  This sagittal plane movement is great for targeting the posterior chain.  But what happens when you "super-size" the demand on the posterior hip by driving variable vector forces into the hip from the torso motion on Core-Tex?  A completely unique challenge to the neuro-muscular...

  • June 21, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Core-Tex for Lower Back Pain

By dictating the user position on the platform, you can target specific motions of the lumber spine and the lower thoracic spine that will improve motion and stability.  These lower threshold moves are excellent for the patient or athlete currently experiencing lower back pain.  The subtle, fluid motions of the platform can reduce the threat and encourage safe motion. The...

  • 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...

  • 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.  

  • October 13, 2016
  • Anthony Carey

3D Reactive Glute Training and Happy Knees

This is an amazing glute training exercise.  This move targets the posterior hip in a completely different way with an emphasis on the actions of the glutes neglected by most traditional exercises.  The patented motion of Core-Tex provides the environment to challenge these frontal and transverse plane motions while introducing a positive stress to the knee joint.