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The 7-Methods of Use

Inertia Wave

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. Drive your elbows back. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Inertia Wave method. The user holds the end cap of the IW securely and starts to gently spring the length of both tubes simultaneously as if they were shaking water off their hands. Rhythm do not muscle it. The method of Inertia Wave is an oscillating, spring-like up and down continuous pattern. All the energy comes from the center of the tubes. Do not let it hit the ground. If you hear the wind sound you are doing it correctly.


Hero Wave

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. Drive your elbows back. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Hero Wave method. The user holds the end cap of the tube securely and starts to spring the tubes as if to recreate the motion of a “drum roll.” The center of the tubes will hit the ground upon proper performance. The method of Hero Wave is a spring like oscillated/spring-like up and down continuous drum roll pattern with each tube moving in opposite directions RL-RL-RL-RL one @ a time throughout.


Thunder Slap

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. Drive your elbows back. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Thunder Slap method. The user holds the end cap of the tube securely and starts to gently spring the length of both tubes simultaneously as if they were shaking water off their hands. The method of Thunder Slap is a spring-like oscillated/spring-like up and down continuous pattern. Both tubes are raised with the oscillated spring-like force. As the speed builds from the user’s motions the tubes are slapped together on the ground. Keep the slap, keep the momentum.


Double Over

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Double Over method. Slowly start to rotate your right-hand counter clockwise, as your left clockwise. This is a circumduction pattern one tube over the other. Whip it, stay strong in the wrist, listen for the wind sound. The method of Double Over is a spring-like oscillated/spring-like large circles.


Cross Fire

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. Drive your elbows back and grab both tubes. Hold it close to your belly. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Cross-Fire method. The user holds the end cap of the tube securely and starts to transversely flutter both tubes simultaneously on a horizontal plane. Both tubes move together as if to emulate one continuous snake slithering through the grass. The method of Cross Fire is a spring-like oscillated/spring-like side-to-side continuous pattern. Both tubes are simultaneously rocked on a horizontal plane with the oscillated spring-like force as the speed builds from the user, resulting in the tubes following each other in a whipping motion. The momentum of the tube acts like a coil recoil from the center of the tube as it springs like a snake on the transverse horizontal plane.


Super Typhoon

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Super Typhoon method. The user stands in line with the bands (one quarter turn to the right then left). The user stands perpendicular as they center the two tubes in-line with the center of their chest about 4-8 inches out from body. The user holds the end caps with both hands. Holding the tubes securely and start to transversely flutter both tubes (Just like the motion of the Cross Fire (ALONG THAT TABLE TOP) on a horizontal plane. Both tubes move cooperatively together. The method of Super Typhoon is a spring like oscillated/spring-like side-to-side continuous pattern. Both tubes are simultaneously rocked on a horizontal plane with the user’s body turned one quarter, or 45 degrees. The tubes follow each other in a whipping motion as the speed builds from the user, resulting in an oscillating, spring-like force.


Oxygen Thief

Your feet should be spaced no further than 12-inches apart with knees spring-like bent.

Keep the body spring-like and stiff at the same time. The body has a flexed ankle, knee, and hip employed during the Oxygen Thief method. The user holds the end cap of the tube securely and starts to gently spring the length of both tubes simultaneously as if they were shaking water off their hands. Both tubes are raised with the oscillated spring-like force as the speed builds from the user and the tubes are slapped together on the ground. This is a similar pattern to the Thunder Slap method, but further incorporating a jump squat during the slaps. The user continuously slaps the ground as they athletically decelerate/descend to a semi-squat position, then immediately accelerate/rise to “pop” off the ground several inches. User is in the air as the tubes hit the ground. The user then – by force of gravity - returns to the ground and decelerates safely back to a strong spring-like and stable athletic posture. The user will repeat this method several times. The tubes are slapping the ground as the user is performing mini jump squats.