The BodyWorx360 (BWX360) System employs functional movements and mobilization methods designed to maximize muscle excursion and optimize joint motion without placing the body under excessive stress or joint torque that can be harmful to the musculoskeletal system, especially in those people with previous injuries or physical limitations.
The BWX360 routines incorporate both a series of stool, and floor mat exercises, as well as a series of zero-impact, equipment-assisted exercises. Both methods train the body’s entire musculature to work in an integrated and coordinated way in order to strengthen both large muscles as well as the small stabilizing muscle groups in a series of motions which exercise the body’s entire musculoskeletal structure as an integrated unit. The objective is to mobilize all tissue planes (i.e., fascia, tendons, ligaments, etc.), break through the micro-adhesions, and smoothly articulate the joints through a series of full range of motion movements. This simultaneously: a) stretches and strengthens the body; b) increases range of motion; c) corrects posture and d) enhances balance and coordination.
The BWX360 Equipment-assisted exercises utilize a comprehensive series of patented training platforms designed to facilitate the natural rotating movements of the spine, joints, and muscles, through an exercise methodology which simultaneously engages all muscle groups. The unique zero-impact counter-weighting system assists the user by off-loading the body weight during each functional movement exercise which simulates the buoyancy effects that occur in water-based training.
Our functional fitness methodology promotes fluid movements while suspending and supporting the body; which counterbalances and decompresses the spine, develops trunk flexibility, and opens the joints. Coordinated rhythmic breathing patterns implemented during the movements increase oxygenation of the vital organs to maximize the overall physiological effects.
- Provides the same amount of cardio as obtained on a brisk walk
- Improves balance, coordination, strength, and flexibility
- Opens vertebrae of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine
- Increases core-set strength and spinal column stability
- Increases leg, hip, arm and shoulder range of motion, strength and flexibility
- Improves age-related mobility issues
- Enhances Cardiovascular Tone
- Enhances Athletic Performance