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The T-BOW® is widely used for all kinds of motor therapies, in back centers, rehabilitation centers and sports physiotherapy, and in health centers.

Partially blocked vertebrae receive a gentle mobilizing pressure when stretching on the back on the T-BOW® and without sinking, unlike on the Swiss ball (fitball) and other soft utensils such as the bosu or togu. Likewise, it can be mobilized, stretched and toned segmentally.


The curvature of the arch is slightly greater than the natural lordosis of the lower back and allows the abdominals a greater range of movement and a very effective reinforcement without losing stability during the trajectory of the trunk, unlike when performing on a flat floor , in addition to the reactivity that it provides throughout the execution, allowing better precision and localization of the movement.

The T-Bands attached to the T-BOW® can selectively overload the toning of the trunk. The bow perfectly supports the body when leaning on the side, supine or prone on the T-BOW® and keeps the trunk in a neutral, elevated and balanced position.

Functional rotation of the longitudinal axis of the leg is easier to train on the T-BOW® than on flat ground. Feet rest on the edges and sway from side to side. The foot on the deeper side is pronated inward reactively, so as not to slip out. The knees are kept on the feet without moving inward and thus the target muscles are stimulated: hip external rotators, sartorius, quadriceps vastus medialis, frontal shin muscles, ankle-foot pronators, and longitudinal muscles. of the foot There are many other static-dynamic balance exercises with the T-BOW® in the longitudinal and transverse position, which also effectively train all the deep stabilizing muscles of the joints.

The T-BOW® is a great support for stretching, it promotes a more upright position of the pelvis when stretching the hamstrings, allows for better reaching of the calf muscles, and allows for a more effective and upright stretch of the lower leg. spine. Also, double, triple and quadruped supports on the T-BOW® can be less aggressive and more pleasant for the wrists than on flat ground, since its curvature allows support at an angle that reduces the overload on the wrists.

Mobilization and stretching on the T-BOW® also complements chiropractic manipulations and physiotherapeutic mobilizations in an optimal way.

The variants of placing the T-Bands on both sides of the

T-BOW®, apart from allowing individual work without external aid, enables a wide variety of rehabilitation exercises for special muscle strengthening, mainly in the feet, ankles, forearms and hands.

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Extraordinarily Precise Postural and Coordination Adjustments!with the T-BOW®!

With a single axis of imbalance, perfectly balanced, very low weight and high elasticity, the T-BOW® is reactive to the slightest movement and changes its inertia rapidly with very small loads, thus optimizing a postural and coordination adjustment at a high level. of precision, both in the stable position of the curved-convex step, and in the unstable concave rocker and concave/convex double T-BOW®.

Two of the differential characteristics of the T-BOW® make it possible to effectively optimize highly reactive and precise static-dynamic balance situations in different postural arrangements, accessible to a large number of individuals:
1) Its high elastic capacity, similar to that of the classic wooden Freeman Plate, which allows rapid feedback to the slightest postural change or movement, thus enabling very fine and fast proprioceptive control of the kinesthetic-tactile and vestibulo-macular system, as well as an extraordinary optimization of the postural and movement precision; unlike softer surfaces, which sink easily and are not very reactive (for example, the bosu, the togu, a classic or tatami-type mat, fitball, ...), which further delay kinesthetic-tactile feedback and vestibulo-macular of posture or movement.

According toGonzalo Camara-Navarro(Physiotherapist, director of Serviphysis, with extensive experience in the field of health and sports performance):"These little reactive devices, which are soft surfaces, cause a lot of instability, but they do not recreate the hard conditions of surfaces on which we usually practice sports or any other activity. One of the keys to proprioceptive work and injury prevention is to recreate situations of injury risk in the most reliable way possible, but in safe conditions.The reactivity of the T-BOW® achieves that faithful recreation as far as surface reactivity is concerned."


2) Its only axis of imbalance which, together with its reactivity, allows challenging balance and postural situations accessible to many people (even those with more motor control difficulties); unlike other unstable platforms that are based on several unbalance axes or a sphere (eg the Freeman plate,...), and which in some cases add the difficulty of being soft and not very reactive surfaces ( e.g., the bosu, the togu, the fitball, ...), thus forcing that any proposal of posture or balance be reserved for a smaller group of people.

* Thus, with the T-BOW®, most people will optimize their movements and postures with a high level of precision and, in addition, thanks to its useful arched surface due to its concavity and convexity, they will have special and effective resources to optimize their training .

* Training Tip: using softer and less reactive platforms or surfaces as contrast tasks to other tasks performed on more reactive platforms or surfaces where we practice sports or day-to-day activities, can be a resource for motor optimization, although for use very selectively.

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