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Core-Tex™

  • July 27, 2018
  • Anthony Carey

Rotator Cuff Rehab 2.0 with Core-Tex

Why not take a "known" rehab  exercise and progress it in a novel and functional way?  Take a look at how you can create a progression for your rotator cuff patients and athletes.  Take advantage of the motion of Core-Tex, the stability of the handrail and a few mini bands and you have a rotator cuff strengthening exercise that is...

  • June 15, 2018
  • Anthony Carey

Thoracic Spine Mobility for Golf, Tennis and Throwers

The thoracic spine is a key link in all sport rotational requirements. Limitations will transfer responsibilities to places that are not designed to rotate the same (like the lower back). Using Core-Tex to create rotation in a novel way-from the bottom up changes the input to the nervous system and creates opportunity for significant improvement.  Sprinkle in the variability of...

  • December 19, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Core-Tex Single Arm Shoulder and Core Work

This single arm work is going to light up the core and shoulder stabilization. The reactive variability of Core-Tex turns on all the stabilizers through the core and shoulder girdle in response to all of the available movements of Core-Tex. A big "thank you" from John Sinclair of Hive Performance for sharing with us.  

  • September 14, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Shoulder Rehab Starts with Scapulo-Thoracic Motion

If you really want optimal shoulder health, than the dance that the scapula does on the back of your rib cage is the motion that dictates the playing field.  In this video, we take a very fit professional personal trainer, with a history of a distal left pectoralis tear-through a full protocol of scapulo-thoracic mobility and integration.

  • 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.