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    Core-Tex RT is used in:
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    Core-Tex™

    We love a heavy barbell workout as much as anyone.  But for athleticism, reactivity and joint integrity you can't beat Core-Tex.  These are just a few examples where you can load up your chest, shoulders and core like only Core-Tex can. 
    Core-Tex inventor, Anthony Carey was commissioned by the American Council on Exercise to share the "why" behind the value reactive training and reactive variability for the client, patient, athlete or YOU. 
    All unstable surfaces are not the same. When looking at the literature, it is often very challenging to differentiate between types of surfaces used in any given study or what is being compared in systematic reviews. This matters because they each have their own characteristics. Here, Core-Tex inventor and biomechanics expert Anthony Carey discusses some of the principles.
    Great introductory demo from Dr. Dan and Dr. Emily of Beat Fitness in Wexford, PA. They share with you some of the proper cueing and unique advantages to the core with the patented motion of Core-Tex.  A great share for clients and patients for execution.

    Periodic cleaning of your ball transfers will help to maintain performance, decrease sound and prevent damage to the bottom of the dome. If your Core-Tex is not moving as smoothly as you like, then you will need to clean the ball transfers. This video takes you through step by step along with recommendations on a few drops of lubricant. 

    Taking a traditional favorite and going 3D.  Core-Tex allows you to use the horizontal rotation of its platform to create the optimal length in the lats all the way to the opposite glute, creating an unbelievable tension on the lats to set up your row. Just like any strength exercise on an unstable surface, this is not meant for max loads but a great way to feel the work in the targeted muscle group with patented motion of Core-Tex. 

    Showing some love for all the generous Core-Tex Champions around the globe who have been kind enough to add valuable content around Core-Tex and the benefits it brings to users of all abilities.  Thank you!

    Take the omni directional, reactive platform of Core-Tex and target the glutes in a completely different way. Using just body weight, bands and the challenge of Core-Tex, your glutes will be on fire with these reactive moves. Guaranteed!
    How do you prepare a multi-directional joint to be resilient? By training it in multiple directions. The patented motion of Core-Tex feeds all the necessary variables to develop tissue strengthen and resiliency along all vectors while providing the motor system the stimulus to develop the needed strategies for the necessary stability and control.
    Addressing the myofascial lines using the patented motion of Core-Tex to create "bottom up", body wide reactions that you just can't do otherwise. The oscillating motion available on Core-Tex has a unique effect on reducing muscle tension and making the tissue overall more compliant to lengthening.

    Quick and easy and your Core-Tex top will be looking like new. Don't forget to wipe the bottom to keep dirt from passing onto the ball transfers and slowing them down with grime.

     

     

    Sometimes the gleno-humeral joint, scapula and rib cage need to be reminded how much they need to cooperate.  Using the rotational aspect of Core-Tex and driving a bottom-up reciprocal rotation between the pelvis and thoracic spine gets this done for you.  This "coil to uncoil" combined with various arm reaches enhances scapular motion and reinforces the shoulders connection obliquely to the opposite hip both through the anterior and posterior oblique lines.