Welcome to Ingenious Moves, where we’re looking for unique and creative ways to make your life better.
Check out our new Tweener™ Bars which create a perfect fit for any height on Balanced Body’s CoreAlign®.
And if you want to ramp up your CoreAlign® practice and versatility, check out the Tweener Bar PLUS.
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Introducing Tweener Bars:
Making your workout a perfect fit for everyone!
Tweener™ Bars create a better fit for a person of any height on Balanced Body’s CoreAlign® by quickly and easily adding a rung between any two rungs on the ladder.
As instructors, we always seem to have a client for whom the ladder rungs sit at a level that is not quite right, and until now they have had to settle for a bar as much as 4 inches above or below their shoulder height. This impacts their ability to make the optimal connection to both the ladder and their core when using the ladder for upright and forward-leaning exercises.
Now your “’tweeners” can have a rung at the perfect height for them. This beautiful, hand-finished bar can be stored at the top of the CoreAlign® ladder and easily be moved to the exact location needed by the client, creating a more efficient and effective workout with an excellent Core-to-Distal connection through the shoulder joint. No compromise, and no strain. And the additional flat panel improves options when pressing into the ladder for facing away moves.
Introducing Tweener Bar PLUS
Our Tweener™ Bar PLUS is a slightly more narrow version of the original Tweener™ Bar with a twist: It also allows you to add a Balanced Body MOTR® arm/variable resistance to your workout, and even create new cardio options on your CoreAlign®. It’s a perfect fit for anyone looking for extra challenges and more versatility from an already fantastic piece of equipment.
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By flipping the Tweener™ Bar PLUS around, you can slip the arm from a Balanced Body MOTR into perfectly sized hooks on the front of the ladder and VOILA! Grab the handles and go to work with an extra challenge – variable resistance to assist the neurological activation of your cross-lateral connections, increase balance challenges, increase core recruitment and core-to-distal connections, and increase upper body training – including using your CoreAlign® for a seated or standing cardio workout with both arm and leg resistance. Like the creativity of the MOTR® itself, our Tweener™ Bar PLUS brings endless possibilities to your CoreAlign®.
NOTE: CoreAlign® and MOTR® are registered trademarks of Balanced Body Inc. Tweener™ Bar and Tweener™ Bar Plus are not sponsored or endorsed by Balance Body Inc.
See the Tweener™ Bar PLUS in action here:
So whether you want the simple convenience of a ladder for every height, a resistive assist for post-rehab recruitment, or a resistive challenge to match the level of even the most advanced students, Tweener™ Bars make your workout a perfect fit for everyone.
See how it works in the photo gallery below:
Meet Ingenious Moves Founders:
and Tom Geissler
How Ingenious Moves came to be…
Lindsey (owner of Move Studios) has a background in theater and dance and has always been a creative problem solver. As a movement analyst, somatic movement therapist, and Pilates, CoreAlign and Redcord instructor for almost 20 years, she spends her time evaluating and helping to resolve problems in the body using every tool available to her – which often leads her to create original “inventions” for folks to use at home and in the studio to improve their movement experiences. Sometimes she would get really big ideas that would require skills and materials beyond her studio supplies …but with no real engineering skills, she could never bring them to fruition.
Tom got an electrical engineering degree, but what he really liked to do was build things including efficient systems. He worked for an elite residential construction company, and then had his own high-end residential construction company. Eventually, he found his way back into technology through operations management at Lucent Technologies and Avaya, where he discovered he had a valuable skill: He could understand and speak the engineering and technology side of things, and in turn interpret that for the customers and execs on the other side of the products, and vice versa. Through the twisted path that life often brings us, he eventually found his way back into construction. And then he married a woman with all kinds of ideas – you know, on the other side of the product – who didn’t understand how to do the engineering part. It was a perfect match.
Working together, Lindsey and Tom are creating ingenious solutions for whatever problems they come across, and hope to make the world a better place for all kinds of movement.