The demands of basketball are diverse. Outside of pure technical skills, the need for quick feet and change of direction in a crowd of people is an ongoing part of the game. The ability to hold your ground when force is applied to your arms and upper body places a huge demand on the vertical core as well.
Core-Tex inventor, Anthony Carey shakes off some of the rust from his playing days to demonstrate some basketball specific conditioning work that can also be a great part of any small group or private training session.
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.