Professional athletes & celebrities swear by our methods. Here's why:
The unique way Gyrotonic's spiraling system works your body makes this method's benefits as unparalleled as they are diverse. From flexibility to whole-body strength, Gyrotonic is a game changer.
Top UK tennis player Andy Murray credits Gyrotonic for his 2016 Wimbledon win:
"Gyrotonic was something I started doing a lot more of [after] my back surgery. I used to train extremely hard. I don’t think I looked after my body as well as I should have. Now, doing way more different types of stretching and injury prevention work, my back is no issue whatsoever. Whereas for two years I was in a lot of pain because I was training hard but not doing the right stuff to get it better.”
Lady Gaga also relies on Gyrotonic to prepare for powerhouse performances, including her acrobatic Super Bowl LI halftime show.
No single method is as efficient and effective for a long-term toned physique as Pilates. No one knows this better than Hollywood icons.
"I do Pilates every day." -Jennifer Lawrence
Longtime devotees include Reese Witherspoon, Vanessa Williams, Jane Seymour, and Kate Hudson.
"I discovered Pilates when I was 19 and I'm still doing it. It's the workout my body really responds to. It's all about alignment, elongating your spine, and strengthening your core. It makes me feel my strongest. "- Kate Hudson
"I was doing Pilates before people even knew how to spell 'Pilates.'" -Vanessa Williams
World Series-winning Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta does Pilates every day. He even had a dedicated Pilates room installed in his team's clubhouse! He swears:
"In five to 10 years, every clubhouse in baseball is going to be doing this."
Originally developed by Physical Therapists, Redcord is now also a favorite of elite athletes ranging from Olympians to professional and collegiate Hockey teams. Trainers love that Redcord "uses your body to fix your body."
The US Olympic Committee knew when we first encountered this amazing functional training technique that we wanted to incorporate it into our training and rehabilitation programs. But we didn’t anticipate that Redcord suspension would change the way we work with our athletes! -US Olympics Committee's Director of Sports Medicine, Peter Toohey, MS, ATC