Crossover Symmetry

Strengthen Up

Crossover Symmetry is the result of a team effort between college baseball player Duggan Moran and his physical therapist father, Jim. Duggan asked his dad to help him design a shoulder program to increase his arm strength. Fortunately, the shoulder was Jim’s expertise, and Duggan’s increase in velocity not only led to more pitches, but the creation of the duo’s foam-padded resistance loop bands. Although Crossover Symmetry began in baseball, it’s suitable for athletes of any field or stage, from beginners to professionals. The bands—in a choice of three resistance levels—stay comfortably in place, so you can achieve precision in your movements as well as protect your leg hair. Easy to clean, the bands won’t stretch out with use, so you can rehab, warm up, or strength train consistently. Even better, each band includes a complete training program with exercise charts and videos.

Crossover Symmetry

Hip & Core Training System

Strengthen Up

Crossover Symmetry is the result of a team effort between college baseball player Duggan Moran and his physical therapist father, Jim. Duggan asked his dad to help him design a shoulder program to increase his arm strength. Fortunately, the shoulder was Jim’s expertise, and Duggan’s increase in velocity not only led to more pitches, but the creation of the duo’s foam-padded resistance loop bands. Although Crossover Symmetry began in baseball, it’s suitable for athletes of any field or stage, from beginners to professionals. The bands—in a choice of three resistance levels—stay comfortably in place, so you can achieve precision in your movements as well as protect your leg hair. Easy to clean, the bands won’t stretch out with use, so you can rehab, warm up, or strength train consistently. Even better, each band includes a complete training program with exercise charts and videos.
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Quick Questions

Which resistance level is right for me?

Yellow (light resistance): Suitable for young athletes, anyone new to strength training and rehab, or recovery workouts.
Red (medium resistance): Suitable for most active adults and high school level athletes.
Blue (heavy resistance): Suitable for collegiate, professional, or elite athletes.

Do the programs in the Hip and Core System target the glutes?

The glutes are one of the primary focuses of every program in the system.

How were the exercises selected for each program?

The programming was developed based on peer-reviewed research examining injury risk factors, biomechanics, and muscle-activation studies. Each exercise has a specific purpose and is progressive in nature, building upon the prior exercises.

What’s included with the Hip and Core System?

When you purchase the Hip and Core System, you'll get the exercise band and the complete training system, which includes a double-sided exercise chart, programs for activation, strength, plyometrics, ACL injury prevention, 30-day rehab programs for low back and knee pain, and 50 training videos and a training guide (pdf).

Learn more about the product

Hip & Core Trainer Bands see details

Crossover Symmetry

Hip & Core Training System

Strengthen Up

Crossover Symmetry is the result of a team effort between college baseball player Duggan Moran and his physical therapist father, Jim. Duggan asked his dad to help him design a shoulder program to increase his arm strength. Fortunately, the shoulder was Jim’s expertise, and Duggan’s increase in velocity not only led to more pitches, but the creation of the duo’s foam-padded resistance loop bands.

Although Crossover Symmetry began in baseball, it’s suitable for athletes of any field or stage, from beginners to professionals. The bands—in a choice of three resistance levels—stay comfortably in place, so you can achieve precision in your movements as well as protect your leg hair. Easy to clean, the bands won’t stretch out with use, so you can rehab, warm up, or strength train consistently. Even better, each band includes a complete training program with exercise charts and videos.
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Quick Questions

Which resistance level is right for me?

Yellow (light resistance): Suitable for young athletes, anyone new to strength training and rehab, or recovery workouts.
Red (medium resistance): Suitable for most active adults and high school level athletes.
Blue (heavy resistance): Suitable for collegiate, professional, or elite athletes.

Do the programs in the Hip and Core System target the glutes?

The glutes are one of the primary focuses of every program in the system.

How were the exercises selected for each program?

The programming was developed based on peer-reviewed research examining injury risk factors, biomechanics, and muscle-activation studies. Each exercise has a specific purpose and is progressive in nature, building upon the prior exercises.

What’s included with the Hip and Core System?

When you purchase the Hip and Core System, you'll get the exercise band and the complete training system, which includes a double-sided exercise chart, programs for activation, strength, plyometrics, ACL injury prevention, 30-day rehab programs for low back and knee pain, and 50 training videos and a training guide (pdf).

Learn more about the product

Hip & Core Trainer Bands see details