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It’s simple. When shopping for a product that’s going to keep you healthy and strong do you want gear that’s made of cheap material or strong material? Do you want gear that’s been made in a rush that could potentially break and hurt you?
If your soft tissue mobilization product only you costs $25, its probably cost the manufacturer $ 6 to make. Do you really want to take a chance with something so important?
At Movement Guides we don’t want you to be limited by faulty or inefficient gear, which is why we take the time to develop the most functional, structured, and efficient products possible. But with that comes expenses, Research/Development, shipping/handling, and domestic manufacturing are all accounted for in the cost of our gear and education.
We are currently going through a transitional period of setting up distributers overseas. We hope to be distributing overseas in the near future. Please contact us with your interest and will keep you in mind.
T-Dot Mobility Systems
The knee guide posts hinge in the frontal plane only (hinge out laterally, not in or forward) to allow the user to push the knees out further than the lateral foot position. This is desirable if wants to achieve a deep squat position safely and effectively. People who squat with excellent form and efficiency see benefit in driving the knees out wider than their stance to maximize external rotation torque at the hip joint. This can aid in gluteal muscle recruitment, allow for neutral spine position and decrease the femoral lever arm to prevent the squatter from falling backwards. Because the user should never let their knees move into "medial collapse" the knee guides will not hinge in. Meaning that if the users knee loses contact with the lateral knee guide they are no longer keeping the knee in the minimally correct or safe position. The guideposts will also not hinge forward as the anterior knee guide must block the knee from moving too far forward.
"Tactile cues" refers to feedback that you can feel. Tactile cues are very effective in terms of teaching movement. "External cues" are cues that get the person to focus on how their body is interacting with their environment as opposed to an "internal cue" where the person would focus on what their body is doing. Externally focused cues have been shown consistently in research to be more effective at teaching movement and improving performance. The SquatGuide delivers both tactile and externally focused cues.
The SquatGuide fits most people by being adjustable in both stance width and knee guide height. This means that it will be a great tool to use for people ranging from 4'10" to 6'7". If you foresee using the device a consistently with people bigger or smaller than those sizes contact us and we can create a custom sized SquatGuide for you.
Yes, a set of bands are included with each SquatGuide order.