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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...

  • July 16, 2017
  • Anthony Carey

Core-Tex and Halo Trainer Playout

We always say, Core-Tex plays well with others.  As a reactive environment, you can mix and match many of your favorite tools with Core-Tex to enhance and/or vary the challenge.  In this video, Core-Tex inventor Anthony Carey and Halo inventor Bryce Taylor have some fun integrating both products into a workout.  

  • September 22, 2016
  • Anthony Carey

Core-Tex Reactive Training Explained

In this concise video, Core-Tex inventor Anthony Carey shares why reactive training and reactive variability is a critical component of movement training for people of all levels and abilities.   He shares two clear examples-one regarding mobility and one regarding a traditional strength move and shows how the body and nervous system benefit from the reactions and variability so unique to...

  • April 21, 2016
  • Anthony Carey

Core-Tex EMG Study

This single subject study was a first to look at individual muscle responses along with acceleration of the Core-Tex platform.  Our long-term research goals are to validate the mechanisms and benefit to reactive training and reactive variability.  We would like to thank the team at AKI Movement Lab in Santa Barbara for their work on this project.  *Click on the...

  • January 26, 2016
  • Anthony Carey

Quick Intro Video to the NEW Core-Tex RT

We've gotten so many questions and interests in how the new Core-Tex RT is different from the original Core-Tex.  Well, this video will show you some of the key changes.  Don't worry, though-the patented motion remains the same!