For the Core12 Bar, both hands generally cross the midline of the body necessitating core muscular activation to both move and stabilize the core. This makes the Core12 particularly good for those that participate in bat, club or racquet sports as it trains the coil and uncoil motions.
Available as bar only, bar with cyclone pulley or bar with resistance bands.
Weight: 0.7 pounds
When using the Core36/44 Bar, the hands are usually separated and generally do not cross the midline. Core stabilization is emphasized along with cylindrical motion powered by the hips.
Available as bar only (for cable machines) or bar with resistance bands.
Core36 Weight: 2 pounds
Core44 Weight: 3 pounds
When suspended the Joust works the body using a helical motion. This type of movement is rare to non-existent in the gym. This movement necessitates the dynamic use muscles that are typically only used as stabilizers.
When used without suspension the Joust emphasizes core rotation with activation especially above the hips and below the chest.
Length: 87 inches
Weight: 13 pounds
Ceiling Height Requirement when suspended: 96 inches
Ceiling Height Requirement when not suspended: 120 inches
Mounting Height (suspended): 92-108 inches
The mopping bar emphasizes the cylindrical body motion while providing strong horizontal resistance.
NOTE: Needs to be used on short pile carpet or short pile artificial turf to work well.
Length of Bar Assembly: 84 inches
Weight of Bar Assembly: 16 pounds
Diameter of Plate: 16 inches
Weight of Plate: 11 pounds
Until now, complex core movements were hard to train in the gym. Many experts warned that you should not even try. But the Core Bars make it easy to train your body along different orbits (semi-circular patterns) with rotational and cylindrical body motions.
While the Core Bars are quite simple in concept, it's the PurMotion movements that really create the "magic." Preforming the different movements not only strengthen the muscles but also teaches them to work together in many different roles. Sometimes as the prime mover, other times as a static stabilizer and everywhere else in-between.
Having this command of your core not only makes you look great, but also enables you to move your body with a "sexy fluidity" that others can't help but notice.
Restore strength symmetry
If you participate in one-sided sports or activities such as baseball, tennis or golf, it is safe to assume that one side of your body has become stronger than the other. The longer this condition is allowed to persist, the more susceptible you become to injury. By restoring this strength balance you not only protect your body but you also enable continued improvement of your sport strength and skill.
Each CoreBar has its place
Each bar in the family has its own unique reason for being. When used together, they will help you create the kind of core development and strength that others will envy.
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