What is the difference between CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ and Suspension Training? Here is a great video showing all the CrossCore® basic exercises and progressions many of which suspension straps just can’t do. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96nwvsyxtkE&feature=youtu.be
The CrossCore® Wall Mounted Rack is built using all heavy- duty commercial materials and can be placed in any location including residential, commercial, military and rehabilitation. In addition to the single CrossCore® user, this rack can accommodate up to two heavy bags. Add-On Kits can be connected together to line an entire wall.
When purchasing bodyweight training equipment, purchase a product that allows you to move in all three planes of motion, not just two. Rotational movement is key to proper bodyweight training exercises and real life movement and this can be accomplished with the CrossCore180® Rotational Bodyweight Trainer™ www.crosscore-usa.com
The CrossCore® Lat Row Progression, or “Reverse 180”, begins as a single arm row, then progresses into a single arm row with hip rotation and then finally finishes as the “Reverse 180”. Both the CrossCore® Lat Row Progression and Chest Press Progression can be done with varying degrees of hip rotation by keeping the feet pointed straight ahead as you rotate the hips or pivot the feet to keep the spine more properly aligned. But no matter your foot placement preference, you gotta PULL THE PIN!
CrossCore® Multi-Purpose Racks are a customizable and affordable racking solution that are perfect for garage gyms, schools, clubs, military and everywhere else. They are all built in the USA with only heavy-duty commercial materials. Looking for a heavy-duty and customizable yet very affordable racking solution?
When we incur minor injuries, we are often not sure of whether to use heat or ice as a means of first aid. The matter is made even more confusing by the fact that we are inundated by advertisements of over-the-counter products. There are basic ways to determine whether you should use heat or ice to treat a minor injury, and there are specific steps for effectively applying each option. Instructions 1