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Core-Tex Full Body Mobility for Myofascial Slings

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.

Omni directional motions of Core-Tex allow for distinct tensioning of the tissue in ways difficult if not impossible without Core-Tex.  The various hand holds provide pre-tension anchors to maximize the integration of the continuous myofascial structures of the body. 

Watch how John Sinclair targets the Posterior Oblique System (POS), Anterior Oblique System (AOS) as well and the Front and Back Superficial Lines.

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Andrew

Andrew

February 14, 2020

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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.