L.I.S.T. is an integrative conditioning system that
provides state-of-the-art functional core training
through a combination of fitness concepts. The pillars
of the L.I.S.T. Balance System are the Pilates Box™,
Core-dinator™ and Tornado™ Board. When
combined, these three pieces produce ten unique
configurations that will increase core strength,
improve movement awareness and increase the ability
to maintain consistent biomechanical execution.
The L.I.S.T. Balance System is designed to integrate,
synchronize and increase whole-body function while
producing a vigorous mental attitude.
Inspired by the spring-loaded gliding platform
of the Pilates reformer, The L.I.S.T. Pilates
Box represents the next generation in functional core
training equipment. Fully portable, the L.I.S.T. Pilates
Box provides the same conditioning benefits as the
Reformer, at a fraction of the cost. When combined
with state-of-the-art resistance techniques, the L.I.S.T.
Pilates Box provides the length and strength combinations
utilized on the Reformer to develop super functional
Cup athlete Kristy Lees performing hip and thigh
rotation on the Core-dinator™
This is a phenomenal exercise to strengthen and
balance hip and thigh rotators. It will also improve
lumbo-pelvic [HUB] stability in the transverse plane.
Note the synchronization of thigh and trunk rotation
made possible by the closed chain system (i.e.,
rotating disks synchronized with resistance bands)
that is unique to the Core-dinator. This is a particularly
effective exercise for athletes whose rotational
skills are critical to optimal performance.
Cup athlete Kristy Lees performing pushup
& pike on the Pilates Box™
This compound movement, made possible by the destabilized
platform of the Pilates Box, combines a yoga type
push-up with a piking exercise. It is a great exercise
to strengthen the thorax and abdominal muscles.
The moving platform of the Pilates Box provides
the ability to combine traditional exercises in
a continuous fashion resulting in gymnastic type
List performing resisted two-hand rotation on the
Core-dinator™ with lateral weight transfer
This exercise is designed to synchronize the whole
body with an emphasis on legs, hips and spine in the
turn and go function. This exercise helps establish
a better understanding of the kinetic demands of a
full-body turn. Critical to this movement are the
Core-dinators closed-chain rotational disks
that create a synchronous pattern for the user to
List performing abduction and press on the Pilates
This compound exercise combines three exercises: abduction,
bicep curl and shoulder press. The movement challenges
the user's core strength, balance and full-body coordination.
This is a great exercise because it enables the user
to strengthen a wide range of muscles while improving
balance and core-strength.
List performing isolated thigh rotation
This exercise is utilized to improve independent
hip and thigh function, and improve knee and ankle
stability. It is extremely useful for rehabilitating
groin and hip injuries. The user has the option
of increasing load through multiple resistance variations.
List performing rotating reverse lunge with overhead
shoulder extension on the Master Box™
This is an extremely complex movement that demands
an advanced degree of athleticism. It combines the
basic mechanics of the lunge and shoulder extension
with rotation. Note that the destabilized platform
of the Master Box is moving laterally with closed
chain rotating disks. The Master Box is recommended
for advanced users of the Pilates Box and Core-dinator.