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The Force Pedal Bundle (Normal + Mini)

Train your brain body connection.

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The T4D versatility, explained

Train in 360 degree rotation 

With or without resistance

Slide/Rotate Upper and Lower Body

Flip for Balance and Postural Training

Remove Cup for More Intrinsic Muscle Training 

Use up to 4 T4Ds in an exercise

The T4D Bundles

We offer different T4D bundle packs, with 1, 2, 3 & 4 T4Ds, which can also include the T4D band and Floky socks, the perfect companion for your prioception training. You choose. We initially recommend 2xT4Ds, a set of bands and a pair of socks for best performance and possibilities.

Mini T4D pack

1 T4D + 1 T4D band

A starter T4D pack

Duo T4D pack

2T4D + 1 T4D band

BEST VALUE

Trio T4D pack

3 T4D + 1 T4D band

If you need more

Cuatro T4D pack

4 T4D + 1 T4D band

For the adventoruous

What can you train with the T4D training system?

Nervous System/Proprioception
Vestibular System
Sport Specific movement for change of direction

Dynamic Force Integration
Multiplanar Range of Motion
Rehabilitation

Injury Prevention
Pre/Post Surgery
Strengthening

Coordination
Flexibility
Balance

About prioception

If the demands of our lives and sport make us perform in instability and with smaller bases of support coupled with directional changes and single foot contact at times, it became clear to us that  it was essential to create training systems capable of reproducing, as faithfully as possible, the way in which we move in our environment and in sport.

When we speak of Proprioception, we can correctly define it as our sixth sense; even traditional definitions are approaching this concept as a unique capacity of the human being.

Being the only living beings who live exclusively in the upright position, we understand how essential this sense is in the development and execution of human movement.

Current knowledge helps us to understand that proprioception is not merely the ability to manage one’s own imbalance but the ability to feel or perceive oneself with respect to the space in which we move and exist.

Dr. Mauro Testa

When we move outside our base of support means we use more physical
energy and have more potential risk for injury. It is our proprioceptive capacity that helps us to manage these situations of potential imbalance. We are challenged by un level surfaces, with both our feet not in full contact with the ground, everyday and in almost every sport, making us rely on our proprioceptors to keep us balanced. In fact, the foot in total support, that is with all its area, is found in very few situations in daily life or how an athlete performs.

Yet proprioception in most cases is trained this way…Until Now!

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