Two points of attachment allow for resistance and assistance from 360 degrees.
IMPROVE ATHLETIC MOVEMENT
Emphasize correct body positioning and utilize proximal to distal movement strategies.
Training for your sport – develop core strength on and off the field to keep you in the game.
Ensure your core muscles are “turned on” prior to movement and throughout exercise.
IMPROVE ATHLETIC MOVEMENT
You must be in a stable athletic position to shoot, run, or change direction effectively.
A strong core helps you handle unexpected demands, meaning better performance and less risk of injury.
CoreVYO is a functional tool used in an applied setting to maximize transfer for performance.
With its double attachment, the CoreVYO can provide resistance or assistance from 360 degrees – challenging correct body position and core control to increase core strength and stability. The double attachments allows for training like never before, from developing rotational control to working on eccentrics, all while in an applied setting.
Developed by celebrated physiotherapist Dr. Rick Celebrini and two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash, CoreVYO has been critical to the success of many well-known athletes, including Nash who credits it and Celebrini with extending his basketball career by a decade.
You’ll find CoreVYO in gyms, weight rooms and playing surfaces as an integral tool to many of the top teams, players and coaches around the world.
CoreVYO engages and strengthens the core during basketball-specific movements — from cuts and crossovers to jump shots. This challenges and reinforces the player to produce safer and more efficient dynamic movements involved in the sport — ultimately enhancing performance and reducing risk of injury on and off the court.
In multidirectional sports like soccer, the differences between winning and losing a challenge with an opponent are often dependent on the athlete’s body position and control of rotational forces. Training proper position and correct movement patterns while controlling and resisting these forces is essential to succeeding on the pitch.
Few athletes depend on powerful hip, pelvis, and torso rotation as much as the hockey player, in skating, shooting, or checking. With better core position, control, and power — trained in dry land but also effectively transferred to the ice — a hockey player is able to produce and resist these high rotational forces to optimize performance and minimize injury.
"I’ve worked with CoreVYO from the start, and I’m impressed by its utility in a professional team environment. We’ve used it for functional training, rehabilitation, and conditioning; the feedback from our athletes has been extremely positive. It provides a simple yet effective platform to work on movement patterns and core training in the most functional and foundational way."
Jon Lee - Strength & Conditioning Coach, Toronto Raptors
"As an athlete competing at the top level for 14 years, I am always eager for ways to improve. CoreVYO has helped me use all my strength and power in a variety of movements that transfer directly into goalkeeping. Activating my core and being a more stable and balanced athlete has helped me not only avoid injuries, but come back sooner and stronger from them. I own my own CoreVYO and take it with me when I compete around the world."
Erin McLeod, Canadian Olympic Goaltender, London 2012 Bronze Medallist
"The CoreVYO is an integral part of our Sports Performance program. It helps us bridge the gap between the weight room and the court. The CoreVYO reinforces a compact and athletic posture that allows players to quickly grasp the role that their hips, glutes, and core play in superior performance."
Mike Elliott - Vice President of Performance Health Care, Utah Jazz
"In a short time, I’ve seen many benefits of CoreVYO. The convenient harness allows for easily switching direction of force, creating a functional training effect with real world application. Whether for injury prevention, rehabilitation, or strength and conditioning CoreVYO facilitates optimal bracing and sequencing throughout the unique positions and movements of a hockey player."
Joe Garland - Athletic Therapist & Strength Coach, Windsor Spitfires