9 Fitness Tools Our Instructors Swear By
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We raided the experts’ gym bags, homes, and minds to see what tools they use to get their killer physiques. Take a peak at what fitness equipment TruFusion instructors swear by.
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Inversion Table

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Meghan Kalmus

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TruHot Pilates and Tru Hot Barre Instructor Meghan Kalmus is a firm believer in the inversion table. “An inversion table uses gravity and body weight to decompress the spine and allows back to be stretched and expanded,” said Meghan. “I also use mine for ab exercises.”

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Dharma Yoga Wheel

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Mindy Kim

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The dharma yoga wheel helps with back shoulder and chest opening, quad and hip flexor stretching, and even enhances backbends and arm balances. “I keep a dharma wheel at home,” said Tru Ride and Tru Hot Barre Instructor Mindy Kim. “It’s a great tool for yoga.”

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Balance Pad

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Costin Csizmas

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Tru Hot Pilates, Tru Hot Pilates Core, and Tru Barefoot Bootcamp Instructor Costin Csizmas told us he relies on his TruFusion Balance Pad. Elevating your fitness to new heights, the balance pad targets and strengthens your core like no other. No wonder Costin is so chiseled!

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Plyo Boxes

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Alyssa Tracy

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“I have plyo boxes in my collection,” said Baptiste Power Flow and Power Vinyasa Instructor Alyssa Tracy. “You can jump on them, step on them, climb on them in a push-up, or use them for a base for a split squat. They challenge strength, stability, endurance and your imagination.”

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Trigger Point Roller

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Seth Lagana

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TruRide, Battleropes, and Kettlebell Battleropes Instructor Seth Lagana said, “I have a trigger point roller at home. It’s not exactly workout equipment, but it’s a crucial fitness tool nonetheless. Rolling out muscle helps with lactic acid build up and allows for a more effective recovery process.”

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Fluidity Barre

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Meghan Kalmus

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The ballet-inspired fluidity barre improves your posture, flattens your abs, carves out your waist, lifts your seat and tones the front and back of your thighs. “The fluidity barre encourages correct alignment while strengthening using your body weight. It improves flexibility, joint stability, and core and spine strength,” said Meghan.

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Ab Roller

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Costin Csizmas

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The ab roller is an advanced piece of equipment that works the lower abs, upper abs, obliques, shoulders, biceps and lower back. Pair it with the balance pad for knee support and to target different muscle groups,” said Costin. “7 to 10 minutes a day is all you need, and with 20 minutes of cardio and a good diet, you can have a fantastic six pack.”

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SPX Strap

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Shawn Fitzsimmons

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Battleropes, YinFused, and Tru Suspension Instructor Shawn Fitzsimmons said, “The SPX strap is quite possibly the most versatile fitness equipment there is. It can be used for strength building in any part of the body as well as countless mobility and flexibility drills.” Go check out Shawn’s Tru Suspension class to find out for yourself!

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Power Plate

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Martin Hinton

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The Power Plate is a tool used by Tru Ride, Tru Speed, Down N’ Dirty Bootcamp, Tru Hot Pilates Core, and Tru Barefoot Bootcamp Instructor Martin Hinton. Using vibrations to enhance your reflexive response, the Power Plate has been linked to a wide range of health and wellness benefits, from strength, balance, flexibility and weight loss to improved circulation, pain reduction, detoxification, stress alleviation, and even reduction in the appearance of cellulite.

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What fitness tools do you love? Let us know in a comment!
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