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Proper core360 belt size will mujeres solteras fresnillo zacatecas recherche celibataire 18 ans dating in kuwait free see url rencontres femmes 65 70 ans agence de rencontre 64 go here rencontres bretagne 56 dating relationship chart dating a catholic priest NOT necessarily correspond with your normal fashion belt size. To measure your waist, a tape measure should be snugly placed horizontally around your waist. This generally corresponds to the narrowest part of your stomach. On the sides, it is the area just above your hip bone (iliac crest/pelvis). As you pull the measuring tape around the front bring it down slightly toward your belly button. (see illustration). Depending on your anatomy, you may or may not end up over your belly button. Take the measurement at the end of a normal relaxed breath. Size 29  waist size 25” - 30” Size 32 waist size 29.5” – 33.5” Size 35 waist size 33” – 37” Size 40 waist size 37” – 44” If you are on the higher or lower end of the measurements listed for a certain size please consider the following:
    • When retraining breathing and/or wearing the belt for longer periods of time, such as hiking, gardening, cleaning, running, tennis or loading/carrying boxes, you will need the belt to not be too tight. Therefore, if your waist measurement = 30”, you may want to consider the 32 belt and not the 29 belt.
 
    • If you are going to use the belt more for weight training and short spurts of movement or exercise and your waist measures at the lower end for the size you are considering, you may want to go choose the smaller size. For instance, if your waist measures 29.5”, you way want to go with the 29 belt, not the 32 belt.
 
    • If you are highly sensitive to pressure around your stomach and/or you have a history of reflux or other stomach issues, you may want to consider sizing up to make certain you can wear the belt with less tension. For instance, if you measure your waist at 30”, you may want to go with the 32 belt and NOT the 29 belt.
 
  • If you have a stomach shaped like the fellow in this picture, you will need to measure your waist by dropping the measuring tape a little lower as you come around the front, just under your belly.  This is for bellies that protrude forward more and are very firm to the touch.   Bigger, “softer” bellies can be measured normally.
     

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core360 belt

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$54.95

The core360 belt was created, designed and developed by a physical therapist. It is the first-of-its-kind, light weight, active training aid designed to help you activate your core muscles better (that means more IAP/intra-abdominal pressure!) and to use your diaphragm better for proper breathing. Good IAP and true diaphragmatic breathing are key elements for proper core strength and movement, as well as overall well-being!

International shipping: for orders of one core360 belt, if we ship your belt without the packaging, shipping costs are lowered ~$8-10. If you would like us to do this, please leave note while placing order stating “ok to ship without packaging” and we will credit you the difference in shipping costs after your purchase. For bulk orders, please contact us for accurate shipping charges.

Custom size: please call or email customer service.

 

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Description

The core360 belt is the patent pending, first-of-its-kind training belt that helps you move, breathe and perform better. By providing input and feedback, it helps you to create the intra-abdominal pressure you need for strong, supported movement. It is also effective for training proper breathing by using the diaphragm.

The core360 belt can be used during sports or during normal daily activities: from weight lifting to yoga, from running to walking, from loading a truck full of boxes to raking leaves or vacuuming your house, from improving your breathing during a sport to focusing on breathing during meditation, from training your diaphragm for acting or singing to improving your breathing to ease anxiety. It can benefit all ages and activity levels.

The core360 belt is made with custom elastic made in Los Angeles to our specifications for optimal results. The core360 belt is manufactured in Mexico and assembled in Los Angeles, CA.

Each belt is made of elastic and is black in color, with the core360 logo on the front. The belt fastens via hook and loop (velcro) and is adjustable. The pockets that hold the protrusions or pressure points are black or gray on the side that faces your body and black with a purple stripe on the portion that faces outward.   The logo and purple stripe provide additional cuing (visual) in order to help you improve your core activation and/or your breathing pattern.

  • Belt (excluding trim): 70% polyester, 30% rubber latex
  • Pockets (elastic band): 80% polyester, 20% spandex
  • Pockets (body of): 10% polyester zirotek, 30% nylon, 18% chloroprene rubber, 42% styrene butadiene rubber

 

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29, 32, 35, 40, Each belt comes with 4 moveable and removable pockets containing the protrusions or pressure points which provide the stimulation. Belts are hand sewn– due to this and elastic properties of the material, actual size of belt may vary up to ~.5 inches from tagged size.

3 reviews for core360 belt

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    core360

    BEST belt ever. I can climb mountains now!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Can’t give enough stars, this belt has helped create the bridge between in-office care and cueing to movements in daily life and recreational or competitive activities. Where traditional weight belts don’t allow external feedback specific to YOUR deficiencies in core control, the pads of the Core360 allow alignment with those deficient areas to promote uniform core engagement. Also, the elasticity promotes expansion, where traditional weight belts limit expansion (due to the material they’re made of). Get some coaching on how to use it and get one, now.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Locatelli Rao, DPT, OCS (verified owner)

    I am a physical therapist and this belt has been an absolute game-changer for all of my patients. Since IAP (intra-abdominal pressure) and/or breathing is the first thing I assess and (re)train with my patients, the belt is crucial as it allows us to find proper IAP function faster. My patients can then buy a belt for their everyday use and use them as a training device to integrate IAP with ALL their daily activities.

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