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Training Areas with T-BOW®

Health and Wellness / Group Fitness / Personal Training / Education and Motor Training / Yoga / Physiotherapy / Pilates

Fitness-Health Centers / Gyms / Physiotherapy Centers / Back Schools / Sports Clubs / Children's Centers / Companies

Holistic Health

Balance and Coordination

Relaxation and Fluency

Postural control






Back-Neck Balance

Flexibility - Stretching

Back Mobility





Personalized training

Group Fitness Classes

T-BOW® Workout Fit
T-BOW® Toning
T-BOW® Balance Pump - Dumbbell Strength

T-BOW® Yoga
T-BOW® Pilates

T-BOW® Back-Neck

T-BOW® HIIT Power Training

T-BOW® Athletic-Training

T-BOW® XXX Design your session

Personal training

Motor Education


Sports Initiation


Elite Athlete

Practical anywhere: gym, outdoors or in the hotel room.

Activate the deep stabilizing muscles with the T-BOW® swings.

 Mobilizes and tones the trunk with greater range thanks to its physiological curvature.

Compensates for one-sided training after hard training.

Rest your back on the

T-BOW® to find optimal relaxation and restorative postures.

fitness at home

Train at home with DVD/MP4 programs

T-BOW® Fitness Home Training Home Gym 

Outdoor Training

Combine T-BOW® with

Tone Trunk - Buttocks - Legs
HIIT training
Back-Neck Fit
Posture Training
Gymnastic Session
Aerobics and Step

Postural stability
fascia training
Adult Training

3rd Age Fitness

Kettlebells and Dumbbells

Bars, Discs and Medicine Balls

TMR - Russian Belt

Fitness Machines



Fitness Boxing


Extraordinarily Precise Postural and Coordination Adjustments!

With a single unbalance axis, perfectly balanced, very low weight and high elasticity, the T-BOW® is reactive to the slightest movement or load, changing its inertia rapidly, thus optimizing a postural and coordinative adjustment with a high level of precisionboth in the stable position of the curved-convex step, and in the unstable concave rocker and concave/convex double T-BOW®,obviously, provided that the T-BOW® is used on a hard and stable surface, such as the most common ones for physical-sports practice or daily activity.

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:

one) 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 delay feedback more kinesthetic-tactile and vestibulo-macular of posture or movement.

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 .

- High precision-sensitivity in stable position of step-curved convex for:
frontal-lateral-posterior muscle building of the trunk and neck with a greater range of movement, mobilization of the spine, stretching of the upper-lower back and neck and legs, jumps on a curved inclined plane, dynamic foot-knee-hip-support arms-hands-trunk-neck-head and static balances on one or several parts of the body in the convexity.

- High precision-sensitivity in unstable position of concave rocker for: balances in support of feet-knees-hip-arms-hands-trunk-head on the lateral edges and the concavity, jumps on the lateral edges and the concavity, static balances of one or several parts of the body and swinging turns.

- High precision-sensitivity in unstable position of double concave/convex T-BOW® for: mobilization of the vertebral column and stretching of the back on dynamic convexity, balances in support of the feet-knees-hip-arms-hands-trunk-head on the lateral edges and the concavity, and on the convexity, static balances on one or more parts of the body in convexity or concavity.

* Training Tips: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 an enriching resource for motor optimization.

*Before designing any training with unstable devices, the following criteria should be carefully analyzed (Psalman V, Bonacina S, Chulvi I, Ribera D, 2011):
1) The level of static-dynamic reactivity of the device and of the training surface.
2) The support conditions for each part of the body on the device.
3) Axis/s of instability and the unbalance range of the device.
4) How slippery is the contact between the device and the body.

Psalman V., Bonacina S., Chulvi-Medrano I., Ribera-Nebot D. (2011). Applications of Training with Instability Devices to Health and Sport Performance. Studia Sportiva, 5 (3), 379-385. 8th International Conference Sport and Quality of Life. Masaryk University Brno.

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