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B4 Play Core Trainer
The B4 Play Core Trainer is the ideal exercise gear for anybody, anytime, anyplace! A strong pair of webbing straps with comfortable handles and foot loops make up the Core Trainer, enabling more than 100 varied exercises to be performed by utilising body weight and strength alone. No exercise machine, no heavy set of weights.
The Core Trainer improves balance, power, coordination, flexibility, core and joint stability, which help to prevent injury and increase bone density. The main advantage is that no adjustments need be made to the Core Trainer to increase resistance – the simple re-positioning of feet or body angle varies the resistance. Any person, young or old, fit or unfit, can use the Core Trainer with ease.
The Core Trainer is suitable for any and all training goals and training times can be minimised by working the entire body through various different exercises in just minutes. The best part is that every exercise engages the core, which is not just the abdominals but includes the pelvis, abdominal, gluteal, back and chest muscles.
One important point for the ladies is that you will not bulk up your muscles, but simply tone and shape your entire body. No weightlifting can ever give you that slim lean body tone.
Many of the exercises will help increase body flexibility and will lead to more supple body movements, for example the opening up of chest muscles which are so beneficial.
A convenience of the B4 Play Core Trainer is that it can be mounted on a wide range of structures, at home on a tree, a post, a door, a window - even on your car roof rack during holidays. Weighing less than a kilogram, your compact 'mini gym' will be set up and ready to use in less than a minute
The following basic exercises could be attempted by the beginner:
- Chest Press
- Side Lunge
- Oblique Twist
- Back Extension
What are the benefits of training with the B4 Play Core Trainer over traditional styles of training?
Traditional styles of training are performed in what we call Sagittal plane of motion, meaning forward and backward movement, push or pull-type exercises, typically while seated.
An example would be a seated chest press, a seated cable row, or a leg press, none of which challenge the core adequately for our daily activities. Are our daily routine movements only forward, backward and supported? The answer is NO! We move left, right, forward, backward, diagonally and twisting and bending. Don't you think we should train our bodies the same way? This is exactly why the Core Trainer helps prevent injuries, while developing a strong and stable core. By moving in multi-plane exercises, you are training your body for daily activities and reducing chances of injury.
CORE is KING, enjoy!
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