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Core-Tex™

  • October 05, 2018
  • Anthony Carey

Basketball Inspired Conditioning Drills with Core-Tex

The demands of basketball are diverse.  Outside of pure technical skills, the need for quick feet and change of direction in a crowd of people is an ongoing part of the game.  The ability to hold your ground when force is applied to your arms and upper body places a huge demand on the vertical core as well.  Core-Tex inventor,...

  • August 16, 2018
  • Anthony Carey

Golf and Lower Back Pain

Pain is a complex experience.  Along with the biomechanical/biological elements, the psychological and social influences around expectations, beliefs, coaches, teammates, etc. all influence the body's response.  For the athlete, chronic pain related to their sport can be devastating.   Golf is a prime example of a sport with a highly consistent movement pattern.  If that movement pattern produces pain or interferes...

  • January 31, 2018
  • Anthony Carey

Developing Golf Swing Range of Motion and Power with Core-Tex

Either you golf, you work with golfers or you will work golfers.  There are 24 million golfers in the US alone.  Want to stand out from the crowd and provide them with advantages no other product can offer? Then take a look at how Core-Tex inventor, Anthony Carey demonstrates an incredibly effective way to improve swing range of motion AND...

  • 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...