New Technology Builds Your Brain & Improves Motor Coordination
LOS ANGELES, California --- The coordination punching bag an ideal brain builder because the random complicated movement stimulates the users thinking. Unlike traditional punching bags that move rhythmically the coordination punching bag was designed to move randomly like a real opponent.
A weighting system, developed by experts from Martial Arts, Police and Military, makes the coordination bag move unpredictably which challenges the user’s neuromuscular coordination. The user never knows how they will react next which adds surprise, spontaneity and creativity to the exercise.
Originally developed for martial artist, to improve motor coordination, strike selection &kinesthetic perception (the ability to relax under pressure by eliminating unnecessary muscle contractions), the neurological benefits of the coordination punching bag have also captured the attention of personal trainers, educators and physical therapists.
Many traditional exercises can be done without paying attention or even while watching T.V. The coordination punching bag’s random motion keeps the users attention and counter acts the boredom of mindless repetitive exercises.
One personal trainer combined usinga coordination punching bag with walking on a treadmill and found his clients walked further and were less bored due to the brain stimulation.
Teachers are also interested in the new brain building technology because research shows that exercise involving the brain can expand their student’s capacity to learn.
"I have spoken with all of our physical therapists in the lab and they all agree the coordination punching bag will be a great addition for our participants." -- Lab Coordinator, University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health.
"The coordination punching bag builds coordination like no other product on the market."-- Loren W. Christensen-Martial Arts Masters Hall of Fame Inductee and author of “Solo Training”
Coordination punching bag is sold under its abbreviated name CORBAG at corbag.com. Coordination Technologies, LLC was founded in 2010 with a goal to find simple solutions to complex problems. This is the companies first approved patent.
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