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We often see our Core-Tex family assume upright balance training on Core-Tex goes from two hands on the handrail to hands free and no use of the handrail.  In other words, going from the most help to the least help. This may lead to a misinterpretation of Core-Tex being "too advanced" and a missed opportunity to scale your balance progressions in a way that allows the user to be successful.
Core-Tex plays well with others.  With the increased interest and research around dual tasking of cognitive exercises plus motor challenges, Core-Tex is emerging as a clinical favorite for many reasons:
The study we are sharing with you in this post looked at strength training of 58 older women and 6 males under age 70 .  The comparison was strength training with vs. without the use of unstable surfaces.

Balance training runs the continuum of fall prevention for the elderly and/or physically challenged to extreme demands of elite athletes and performers. The former is directly tied to function, quality of life and injury avoidance.

The research paper linked below compares conventional balance training (CBT) and reactive balance training (RBT). Although the study did not use Core-Tex, the RBT aspect did include a translation of the base of support, which is only one of the multiple characteristics of Core-Tex.  Core-Tex will also tilt and rotate combined with the translation. 

This video provides you with detailed set up and applications of four hamstring mobility moves that you will feel immediate benefits.  You have never addressed your hamstrings like this and Core-Tex makes it easy for you. 

Using both "known" foot strengthening exercises and exercises only available to Core-Tex, users can benefit from the patented motion to build foot strength and stability.

With all of the variable motion available with Core-Tex, the joints of the foot and toes and the intrinsic muscles of the foot are exposed to positions and demands that optimize foot stability and function. 

Aaron Snyder, Doctor of Physical Therapy shares early, intermediate and advanced Core-Tex applications for rehabilitating the knee. Two exercises for each stage of knee recovery are provided. 
The lateral myofascial line/chain/train consists of muscles and tissue that are primarily in the frontal plane but have functions in the other planes as well. Using the transverse plane motion of Core-Tex, we take advantage of the transverse plane AND other vectors using the patented motion of Core-Tex to create mobility in this tissue from top to bottom.
The motion of Core-Tex provides unique and specialized advantages for users of all ages and objectives. In this sample mash-up, you will see active aging Core-Tex users applying in need of hip rehab, shoulder mobility, ski fitness and so much more.
The S Posture, as classified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), is one of the more common golf swing characteristics that can potentially lead to lower back pain. 
Use the "pinning" of Core-Tex against the inner ring, opens up an entirely new set of strategic options for the needs of patients, clients and beginners.