This professional training package includes 2 WAV Sensorimtor Trainers to meet the varying needs of your clients - refer to How to Select Your WAV Weights - and the professional education you need to successfully integrate the WAV into your training programs. Plus our money back guarantee. Purchase WAV@practice and receive:
2 WAV Sensorimotor Trainers - in the weights best suited for your clients.
Membership to the WAV online Movement Library containing the sensory 7 foundational exercises, 15 additional sensorimotor exercises, and training tips all accessible online so you can view from anywhere!
Email access to our integrated movement team ~ with backgrounds in physical therapy, kinesiology, neuro-based exercise and recovery, Pilates and dance ~ to pose questions and share ideas.
Discounts on training and accesories.
Monthly training updates featuring a WAV movement of the month based on your requests for specific training needs.
ACTIVATE THE NEUROMUSCULAR SYSTEM
HEIGHTEN PROPRIOCEPTION • IMPROVE POSTURAL & STABILITY CONTROL • RESTORE FLUID COORDINATED MOVEMENT
Whether you are a physical therapist helping patients re-establish motor control, an athletic trainer returning players to peak performance, or a movement professional training clients to develop higher quality movement patterns, WAV@practice provides all you need to start training one-on-one with the WAV Sensorimotor Trainer.
You will receive a membership to our online library that includes 7 foundational WAV training exercises plus 15 additional sensorimotor exercises to extend this foundation for sensory enriched versions of common exercises. Each exercise includes a short video, cueing guidelines and common compensations. All are searchable by pathology, sensibilty and body position so you can quickly apply to your clients needs. These exercises plus training tips and guides are all part of your membership which is available to you immediately online with your purchase.
The WAV is sleek and linear with an impact resistant casing and non-toxic liquid filling. No maintenance is necessary, simply wipe and it’s ready for the next client
Sensorimotor training has a fast learning curve so you should see some results within each visit. Four weight variations are available to support various applications and your client’s individual abilities (refer to HOW TO SELECT YOUR WAV WEIGHTS ).
Your training success is our priority! If you aren't satisfied after training clients with the WAV we will refund your purchase price. 1
1To receive your refund you must have registered in the online Movement Library and return the WAVs and corresponding guide in their original (excellent) condition within 30 days of delivery of your order. Offer exclusive of shipping and taxes. Return shipping fees apply.
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HOW TO SELECT YOUR WAV WEIGHTS
The WAV Sensorimotor Trainer stimulates the central nervous system through novel proprioceptive information. As such, selecting the appropriate weight does not follow conventional thinking for progressive resistance training. WAV training goals are expressed in terms of quality movement (form and function) rather than quantity (number of reps and amount of weight). A small change in weight can mean the difference between facilitating or bypassing proper activation of the vestibular, proprioceptive and feedforward systems the WAV Sensorimotor Trainer aims to promote.
The appropriate weight is determined by the therapeutic application and intent as well as the client’s individual needs and goals. Your selection should support training with a sense-driven focus to allow the WAV to help enhance the sensorimotor system. A good entry point for most movers is ≈2.5 lbs., which allows for proper adaptation and acclimation to training with your senses. All WAV Trainers are roughly 48” in length with a 4.5” grip surface making it usable across all planes of the body for most clients. Below are some additional guidelines:
≈2 lbs. BEST FOR EARLY REHAB, GERIATRIC, PEDIATRIC
Beneficial early in the rehab process to stimulate the nervous system without overwhelming the muscles or passive structures. Also useful for unilateral applications, youth and chair-based training. An effective weight to introduce to clients with neurologic involvement, sitting and standing balance deficits, and decreased muscle strength to cue in the sensorimotor system. A good fit for a variety of senior bases exercise and wellness interventions.
≈2.5 lbs. RECOMMENDED GENERAL APPLICATION
Suitable for various therapeutic applications to tap into the neuromuscular system, improve mind body connection and control. Provides a challenging yet manageable weight for upper extremity, lower extremity, trunk stability, and balance applications and youth athletic training. Useful for a variety of exercise applications such as beginner or intermediate Pilates and yoga classes, and wellness interventions to complement the mindful and whole-body training approaches in these practices.
≈3 lbs. IDEAL FOR ORTHO, ATHLETIC TRAINING, ADVANCED EXERCISE
Appropriate in the outpatient setting to challenge proprioceptive control and neuromuscular communication, especially in orthopedic and sports training populations. A good fit for a variety of exercise applications such as intermediate or advanced Pilates, yoga and wellness classes to complement the mindful and whole-body training approaches in these practices.
≈3.5 lbs. GOOD FOR ADVANCED ATHLETIC TRAINING
Useful for high level athletes with good muscular control, dynamic stability for bilateral upper and lower extremity training, and injury prevention with a significant challenge to sensorimotor system and musculoskeletal system. This increased weight requires adequate strength in order to appropriately tap into the vestibular and neuromuscular systems to improve brain body control.