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Core-Tex RT vs Dual. Which is right for you?

Have you wondered if the Core-Tex RT or the Core-Tex Dual is right for you at home or the facility where you work?
 
We get that question all of the time.  So we asked Core-Tex Inventor, Anthony Carey to put together a short video comparing the two.  
 
You can do about 80% of all Core-Tex does with the single handrail RT.  But there are some individuals and environments where the Dual provides additional options.  This may be true for:
  • Rehabilitation environments
  • Seniors
  • Those with balance challenges

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Core-Tex and Core-Tex Sit inventor Anthony Carey had the pleasure and privilege of sharing a great deal of his accomplished fitness career with the listeners from NASM.  How and why Core-Tex and Core-Tex Sit came to be. 
Does it look, feel, and remind you of the task? Does it pass the “smell test”? In other words, is it clearly transferable to the sport or activity you are training for? Not every exercise has to look like a golf swing or pickleball overhead, but there is a need to train the way you play. This is often the dilemma with the application of core training to rotational athletes.

This article originally appeared on www.strengthresurgence.com

You’re about to get detailed insight into an incredibly unique piece of equipment that is basically a Swiss Army Knife for optimizing numerous aspects of human movement.

It’s known as the Core-Tex Reactive Trainer. I bought it a few months ago and have been putting it through its paces, and…let’s just say it offers some very unique features we need to talk about.

As a physical therapist and strength & conditioning specialist who is obnoxiously passionate about helping patients and athletes overcome injuries and maximize their physical performance, I’m always on the hunt for equipment that can make a difference in their lives.