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Training: Balancing Act

Balance training is set to become a major fitness trend, with exercisers increasingly appreciating the benefits of having a strong core and good balance, particularly as they age. Lauren Health-Jones rounds up the latest product releases

Published in Health Club Management 2020 issue 5
Exercisers increasingly appreciate the benefits of having
a strong core and good balance
Exercisers increasingly appreciate the benefits of having a strong core and good balance
Core-Tex
Jeff Davis, MD of Reach Wellness

About
The Core-Tex is a completely unique approach to three dimensional, functional movement. It is a reactive training tool that combines dynamic strength, razor-sharp reaction, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and balance in one design, creating the optimal training environment.

The Core-Tex is the only device on the market that allows for movement in all three planes of motion with a base that translates at the same time. It is the only product on the market that tilts, slides and rotates 360 degrees.

It is constructed from durable ABS plastic and features a platform with a non-slip rubber surface, and a base containing ball transfers oriented on the same tangent as the convex underside of the platform. Its patented design creates the unique movements only available on the Core-Tex.

User benefits
Core-Tex Reactive Training challenges the body to successfully respond to imposed stimuli with minimal or no conscious thought to maintain postural equilibrium, to improve timing and coordination, force production of muscular contractions and provide optimal joint stability. Core-Tex applies the principals of reactive training to a continuously unpredictable environment. Activity of all types and levels all have one thing in common – variability. Variability has been shown to be extremely beneficial to biological systems. From heart rate to nutrition, variability gives the body opportunities to thrive.

Operator benefits
Reactive variability training with the Core-Tex is a critical part of any fitness programme, because it constantly provides variability to the muscles, nervous system and joints. Every repetition is different, thereby reducing stress on the joints, continually requiring the nervous system to adapt to coordinate new movements increasing muscle activation and efficiency. The results? Your body achieves more in a shorter time, gets smarter with less stress and keeps you fully engaged.

Core-Tex can be used individually, by athletes, therapists, with a personal trainer or even with an instructor in small group training; making it a versatile and cost-effective solution for any operator. Core-Tex is unique and different, yet supplements and complements all other gym equipment in a commercial environment.

Is it also suitable for at-home training?
Yes, Core-Tex is definitely suitable for home training. It takes a small amount of space and offers an infinite number of exercises. When not in use, the Core-Tex can be easily dismantled and stored away.

How much does is cost?
Core-Tex costs £495.00 plus VAT.

The Core-Tex allows users to tilt, slide and rotate 360 degrees
Power Plate
Iain Murray, sales director at Power Plate UK

About
Power Plate delivers accelerated health, fitness and wellness results, whatever the fitness level or training style. Its whole body training helps users prepare faster, perform better and recover quicker. It makes users feel better by stimulating natural reflexes and increasing muscle activation.

By de-stabilising the body and engaging soft tissue, Power Plate promotes quick reflexive responses in muscle fibres and an increase in circulation, providing greater whole-body balance, mobility and stability in a shorter time frame than with traditional training methods.

User benefits
Power Plate helps to build strength by improving muscle tone, posture and stamina, as well as promoting better balance, stability and flexibility through better co-ordination and an enhanced range of motion.

It can also relieve muscle tension, lower the risk of injury, boost metabolism and reduce stress. Users can also see real results in less time.

Operator benefits
Designed for all age groups, abilities and training preferences, Power Plate creates an excellent differentiator to encourage both new sales opportunities and member retention.

Power Plate can work with operators to meet the specific needs of members, from incorporating recovery or rehabilitation into a facility to small group training solutions, education and wellness applications.

Where is it installed?
Power Plate is used by elite fitness professionals, sports clubs, yoga studios and dance studios across the world, and can be found in health clubs including Holmes Place, David Lloyd Leisure, Bannatyne Health and Fitness, Virgin Active, Anytime Fitness, Gold’s Gym, Fitness First and Pure Gym.

Is it also suitable for at-home training?
Better balance, stronger muscles and healthier bones – the Power Plate MOVE delivers accelerated health, fitness and wellness results at home, offering the same sleek design and high performance in a smaller, lighter format, A free mobile app gives users access to hundreds of on-demand videos to suit individual needs and fitness goals.

How much does it cost?
Prices start from £1,295.

A free mobile app gives users access to hundreds of on-demand videos
Power Plate can be used by clients of any age or fitness level
Power Plate provides improvements in balance, mobility and stability
Power Plate is used in gyms, sports clubs, yoga studios and dance studios
The Bosu NexGen Pro Balance Trainer
Paula Martin, account manager at Physical Company, UK distributor

About
The Bosu NexGen Pro Balance Trainer is a unique balance, core, stability and proprioception training device consisting of a flat side and a textured rubber dome with four quadrants. The quadrants allow for precise body positioning while working on cardio, agility, strength, core, balance and mobility exercises, while the textured dome enhances grip for both hands and feet to improve form.

The Bosu – short for ‘both sides up’ – is extremely versatile and can be used either with the flat side or dome side facing upwards. It can help improve balance, flexibility, strength, core and stamina.

User benefits
Appropriate for users of all ages and abilities, the Bosu Nexgen constantly challenges the body to restabilise, which improves strength, core strength, stamina, flexibility and even sports performance, while the soft domed surface protects the joints.

The instability of the surface makes simple exercises – such as squats, lunges, core work, stepping, push-ups or jumping – more challenging than if they were performed on a solid surface. Putting the body on an unstable surface whilst exercising is really effective in firing up those smaller muscles that stabilise and support the body, so that they get a fantastic workout too.

Operator benefits
The Bosu NexGen is ideal for group fitness, complex movements or advanced fitness professionals in a professional setting. It is designed with a patented non-slip, dually over-moulded base meant to withstand continual daily gym usage.

In addition, it is an easy-to-use and space-saving functional training tool that would be a versatile addition to any gym. It can easily be incorporated into a variety of group exercise classes, both indoor or outdoor, and as part of personal training sessions. It is small, mobile and lightweight and allows both personal trainers and users to get creative with their workouts.

Is it also suitable for at-home training?
Thanks to its small size, the trainer is perfect for at-home training. Bosu also offers an at-home model, which gives users all the advantages of working out with a Bosu in the comfort of their own home. Users could even incorporate small equipment that they have at home, such as dumbbells or a med ball, or even a kettlebell, into their training.

The home model comes with four workout plans, an owner’s manual, an eating plan and a dual-action hand pump.

What does it cost?
Commercial Bosus retail
from £164.55 excluding VAT.

Extra info
Bosu is distributed in the UK by Physical Company, which offers the entire Bosu range, including the Bosu Balance Trainer Elite, which is geared towards athletes and features a firmer dome for more efficient force transfer.

Thanks to its small size, the trainer is perfect for at-home training
The Bosu NexGen is designed with a patented non-slip, dually over-moulded base
Airex Elite Balance Pads
James Anderson, director of marketing and sales at Physical Company, UK distributor

About
The Airex Elite Balance Pads are therapy and training devices, made from soft AIREX foam, that are designed to be used in balance, posture stability and motor skills training.

The pads measure 6cm thick and feature a waffle-like texture on the upper and lower sides, which provides slip-resistance and stimulates the foot receptors during barefoot balance training.

User benefits
Exercises performed on the Balance Pad engage more muscles, and work them more intensely, in comparison to the same exercises done without the Balance Pad.

Due to the yielding quality of the foam, the body is constantly being challenged to re-stabilise, meaning that muscles are constantly working in order to maintain balance. This helps to improve coordination, core strength, endurance and balance while minimising stress on the joints. It also activates the control functions in the brain and stimulates the receptors in the joints and fascia system.

Operator benefits
For operators, Airex Balance Pads are a great tool for fitness training and a versatile addition to pilates, yoga and rehabilitation offerings. The closed-cell foam material does not absorb moisture or dirt and is highly durable, so is easy to keep clean, while its antibacterial surface provides antimicrobial protection.

What’s the target market?
The Airex Elite is aimed at gyms and health clubs with yoga, pilates or rehabilitation offerings, as well as professional sports players and physio therapists, who use it to rehabilitate and in preventative exercises.

Are they also suitable for at-home training?
Absolutely, they’re ideal. I’d go so far as to say that everyone should have one by their bathroom sink to encourage people to use it while they’re brushing their teeth. It would guarantee at least four minutes of stability or balance training a day.

How much does it cost?
Balance pads retail for £52.99 per pad, excluding VAT.

Everyone should have one by their bathroom sink to encourage people to use it while they’re brushing their teeth
Airex Elite Balance Pads can help improve coordination, core strength and endurance
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Training: Balancing Act

Balance training is set to become a major fitness trend, with exercisers increasingly appreciating the benefits of having a strong core and good balance, particularly as they age. Lauren Health-Jones rounds up the latest product releases

Published in Health Club Management 2020 issue 5
Exercisers increasingly appreciate the benefits of having
a strong core and good balance
Exercisers increasingly appreciate the benefits of having a strong core and good balance
Core-Tex
Jeff Davis, MD of Reach Wellness

About
The Core-Tex is a completely unique approach to three dimensional, functional movement. It is a reactive training tool that combines dynamic strength, razor-sharp reaction, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and balance in one design, creating the optimal training environment.

The Core-Tex is the only device on the market that allows for movement in all three planes of motion with a base that translates at the same time. It is the only product on the market that tilts, slides and rotates 360 degrees.

It is constructed from durable ABS plastic and features a platform with a non-slip rubber surface, and a base containing ball transfers oriented on the same tangent as the convex underside of the platform. Its patented design creates the unique movements only available on the Core-Tex.

User benefits
Core-Tex Reactive Training challenges the body to successfully respond to imposed stimuli with minimal or no conscious thought to maintain postural equilibrium, to improve timing and coordination, force production of muscular contractions and provide optimal joint stability. Core-Tex applies the principals of reactive training to a continuously unpredictable environment. Activity of all types and levels all have one thing in common – variability. Variability has been shown to be extremely beneficial to biological systems. From heart rate to nutrition, variability gives the body opportunities to thrive.

Operator benefits
Reactive variability training with the Core-Tex is a critical part of any fitness programme, because it constantly provides variability to the muscles, nervous system and joints. Every repetition is different, thereby reducing stress on the joints, continually requiring the nervous system to adapt to coordinate new movements increasing muscle activation and efficiency. The results? Your body achieves more in a shorter time, gets smarter with less stress and keeps you fully engaged.

Core-Tex can be used individually, by athletes, therapists, with a personal trainer or even with an instructor in small group training; making it a versatile and cost-effective solution for any operator. Core-Tex is unique and different, yet supplements and complements all other gym equipment in a commercial environment.

Is it also suitable for at-home training?
Yes, Core-Tex is definitely suitable for home training. It takes a small amount of space and offers an infinite number of exercises. When not in use, the Core-Tex can be easily dismantled and stored away.

How much does is cost?
Core-Tex costs £495.00 plus VAT.

The Core-Tex allows users to tilt, slide and rotate 360 degrees
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Iain Murray, sales director at Power Plate UK

About
Power Plate delivers accelerated health, fitness and wellness results, whatever the fitness level or training style. Its whole body training helps users prepare faster, perform better and recover quicker. It makes users feel better by stimulating natural reflexes and increasing muscle activation.

By de-stabilising the body and engaging soft tissue, Power Plate promotes quick reflexive responses in muscle fibres and an increase in circulation, providing greater whole-body balance, mobility and stability in a shorter time frame than with traditional training methods.

User benefits
Power Plate helps to build strength by improving muscle tone, posture and stamina, as well as promoting better balance, stability and flexibility through better co-ordination and an enhanced range of motion.

It can also relieve muscle tension, lower the risk of injury, boost metabolism and reduce stress. Users can also see real results in less time.

Operator benefits
Designed for all age groups, abilities and training preferences, Power Plate creates an excellent differentiator to encourage both new sales opportunities and member retention.

Power Plate can work with operators to meet the specific needs of members, from incorporating recovery or rehabilitation into a facility to small group training solutions, education and wellness applications.

Where is it installed?
Power Plate is used by elite fitness professionals, sports clubs, yoga studios and dance studios across the world, and can be found in health clubs including Holmes Place, David Lloyd Leisure, Bannatyne Health and Fitness, Virgin Active, Anytime Fitness, Gold’s Gym, Fitness First and Pure Gym.

Is it also suitable for at-home training?
Better balance, stronger muscles and healthier bones – the Power Plate MOVE delivers accelerated health, fitness and wellness results at home, offering the same sleek design and high performance in a smaller, lighter format, A free mobile app gives users access to hundreds of on-demand videos to suit individual needs and fitness goals.

How much does it cost?
Prices start from £1,295.

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Power Plate can be used by clients of any age or fitness level
Power Plate provides improvements in balance, mobility and stability
Power Plate is used in gyms, sports clubs, yoga studios and dance studios
The Bosu NexGen Pro Balance Trainer
Paula Martin, account manager at Physical Company, UK distributor

About
The Bosu NexGen Pro Balance Trainer is a unique balance, core, stability and proprioception training device consisting of a flat side and a textured rubber dome with four quadrants. The quadrants allow for precise body positioning while working on cardio, agility, strength, core, balance and mobility exercises, while the textured dome enhances grip for both hands and feet to improve form.

The Bosu – short for ‘both sides up’ – is extremely versatile and can be used either with the flat side or dome side facing upwards. It can help improve balance, flexibility, strength, core and stamina.

User benefits
Appropriate for users of all ages and abilities, the Bosu Nexgen constantly challenges the body to restabilise, which improves strength, core strength, stamina, flexibility and even sports performance, while the soft domed surface protects the joints.

The instability of the surface makes simple exercises – such as squats, lunges, core work, stepping, push-ups or jumping – more challenging than if they were performed on a solid surface. Putting the body on an unstable surface whilst exercising is really effective in firing up those smaller muscles that stabilise and support the body, so that they get a fantastic workout too.

Operator benefits
The Bosu NexGen is ideal for group fitness, complex movements or advanced fitness professionals in a professional setting. It is designed with a patented non-slip, dually over-moulded base meant to withstand continual daily gym usage.

In addition, it is an easy-to-use and space-saving functional training tool that would be a versatile addition to any gym. It can easily be incorporated into a variety of group exercise classes, both indoor or outdoor, and as part of personal training sessions. It is small, mobile and lightweight and allows both personal trainers and users to get creative with their workouts.

Is it also suitable for at-home training?
Thanks to its small size, the trainer is perfect for at-home training. Bosu also offers an at-home model, which gives users all the advantages of working out with a Bosu in the comfort of their own home. Users could even incorporate small equipment that they have at home, such as dumbbells or a med ball, or even a kettlebell, into their training.

The home model comes with four workout plans, an owner’s manual, an eating plan and a dual-action hand pump.

What does it cost?
Commercial Bosus retail
from £164.55 excluding VAT.

Extra info
Bosu is distributed in the UK by Physical Company, which offers the entire Bosu range, including the Bosu Balance Trainer Elite, which is geared towards athletes and features a firmer dome for more efficient force transfer.

Thanks to its small size, the trainer is perfect for at-home training
The Bosu NexGen is designed with a patented non-slip, dually over-moulded base
Airex Elite Balance Pads
James Anderson, director of marketing and sales at Physical Company, UK distributor

About
The Airex Elite Balance Pads are therapy and training devices, made from soft AIREX foam, that are designed to be used in balance, posture stability and motor skills training.

The pads measure 6cm thick and feature a waffle-like texture on the upper and lower sides, which provides slip-resistance and stimulates the foot receptors during barefoot balance training.

User benefits
Exercises performed on the Balance Pad engage more muscles, and work them more intensely, in comparison to the same exercises done without the Balance Pad.

Due to the yielding quality of the foam, the body is constantly being challenged to re-stabilise, meaning that muscles are constantly working in order to maintain balance. This helps to improve coordination, core strength, endurance and balance while minimising stress on the joints. It also activates the control functions in the brain and stimulates the receptors in the joints and fascia system.

Operator benefits
For operators, Airex Balance Pads are a great tool for fitness training and a versatile addition to pilates, yoga and rehabilitation offerings. The closed-cell foam material does not absorb moisture or dirt and is highly durable, so is easy to keep clean, while its antibacterial surface provides antimicrobial protection.

What’s the target market?
The Airex Elite is aimed at gyms and health clubs with yoga, pilates or rehabilitation offerings, as well as professional sports players and physio therapists, who use it to rehabilitate and in preventative exercises.

Are they also suitable for at-home training?
Absolutely, they’re ideal. I’d go so far as to say that everyone should have one by their bathroom sink to encourage people to use it while they’re brushing their teeth. It would guarantee at least four minutes of stability or balance training a day.

How much does it cost?
Balance pads retail for £52.99 per pad, excluding VAT.

Everyone should have one by their bathroom sink to encourage people to use it while they’re brushing their teeth
Airex Elite Balance Pads can help improve coordination, core strength and endurance
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Balance training is set to become a major fitness trend, with exercisers increasingly appreciating the benefits of having a strong core and good balance, particularly as they age. We look at the latest products in balance...
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