by Halo Trainer
- Friction-fitting ergonomic handlebar apparatus.
- Allows exercisers to control level of stability while using the product by itself or with a stability ball, BOSU, or TRX.
- Easy to assembly/ disassemble for travel and storage.
In StockYour Price: $89.95
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This friction-fitting ergonomic handlebar apparatus allows the exerciser to control the level of stability while using a stability ball, BOSU, or TRX. Hundreds of exercises have been classified into level of difficulty to make it easy for personal trainers and exercise enthusiasts. In fact, the Halo Training System is very effective as a group fitness class tool and a fun addition to bootcamp classes.
It is very common to hear “core” used interchangeably with “abs”. Although the abdominals are a large contributor to the core, there are many more muscles that compose the core – 29 to be exact. Think of the core as a cylinder around your spine. A cylinder is a three dimensional shape with top, bottom, and contoured sides, front, and back. All these muscles have a role to protect, stabilize, or move your spine for safe and efficient movement. The Halo Trainer encompasses this very approach to training. Our exercises will engage your core while strengthening your shoulders, hips, knees, etc. Why not save time on your workouts by efficiently incorporating core strengthening into your workouts.
- Can be used with any 55 cm to 65 cm exercise ball
- Heavier gauge frame, thicker, and more durable rubber grips
- Easy click connectors make it easy to assemble
- Tested up to 800 lbs.
- Width: 21” (53.3 cm)
- Length: 24” (60.1 cm)
- Height: 12” (30.5 cm)
- Weight: 8 lbs. (3.6 kg)
Halo Training currently consists of 4 levels of difficultly for functional bodyweight training.
This is an entry level to fitness. If you are reasonably healthy but have not really engaged in much physical activity, this is the level for you!
This lever is a great next step in your fitness journey. If you have already been working out consistently, then Level 2 might just offer the challenge you are looking for.
This is very challenging. Although it is not the hardest level, proceed with caution. Many exercises will require great core stabilization and upper/lower body strength to complete the challenges.
This level is reserved for experience exercisers or competitive athletes. Many of the exercises require very fine control, great strength, and significant power.