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Instead of isolating muscles individually, we teach the body to move as one.
At the core of the Yoke Training System is the Yokebar, an overhead trainer that moves freely on all 3 planes, forcing each of the muscles to work together to find balance.

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Isometrics
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Instability
 
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The value of our system is that it can complement any strength training system. Because you are training your core and other stabilizers, you’re better prepared to prevent common injuries while achieving the goal of maximal muscle recruitment. With a simple repositioning of your body, you can go from easy to advanced which makes this the perfect training system for all ages and ability levels.

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Yokebar - A Closer Look

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The Yoke Training System

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The Yokebar Story

Traditionally we are taught to isolate the larger muscle groups: back & biceps, chest and triceps, legs, etc. The Yoke Training System connects the muscle groups by forcing instability. Using the Yokebar requires the use of the smaller supporting muscles of the body, that your larger muscle groups depend on.

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By connecting the small and larger muscles of the body, we are creating a stronger and more flexible body. The result is a body significantly more balanced and able to adapt to the natural randomness that occurs every second in sport.

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The Matrix

The matrix is an advanced excercise for core rotation. To add another level of instability, try putting your hands on a physio half-ball.

Yoke Trainer demonstrating the Matrix workout on the Yokebar

The Yoke Row

Be sure to keep your hips up with your back horizontal to the floor. To go harder, stick one leg in the air. To go easier, take a step backward so that the chains are at a less steep angle.

Yoke Trainer demonstrating the Matrix workout on the Yokebar

The Yoke Pushup

Be sure to keep your glutes tight, and don’t let your hips drop. To add another level of instability, try putting your feet up on a physio ball.

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