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THE BASICS
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THE
METHOD
INTRODUCTION
HOW IT STARTED

Erika Rayman was tired of pushing herself at the gym and not seeing the changes she worked so hard to achieve. She knew that if she wanted something different, other people did too.

So she spent four long, crazy years creating a machine and method that draws on reactive neuromuscular training techniques for faster results.

Today, thousands of people have experienced the joy, confidence and results that come from proper squatting. And we've only just begun.

How it works
A complex movement
made simple
  • Footramps

    Counteract the body’s tendency to fall forward in a traditional squat, and provide a direct neurological path to the posterior chain of muscles.

  • Handrails

    Shift weight back into the hips to help load the glutes through hip hinging, and align the spine to prevent overcompensation in the back.

  • Seat Guide

    A built-in personal trainer, providing ongoing guidance with every squat for proper muscle engagement.

HOW TO GET RESULTS

Combine form, movement and tension for
total body engagement
Form
Tension
Movement
Form
Tension
Movement
FORM

Form for us means arranging the bones of the body to create a desired shape. In this case, the shape has to do with the task of squatting, and the ideal positioning of our joints when doing so.

HOW IS IDEAL FORM ACHIEVED?

Heels: First, stand with your heels on the Footramps.
Then work your way down, connecting your hands to your heels.

Hands and Arms: Lightly grasp the Handrails. Straighten your elbows so that the upper torso leans back and away from the Handrails.

Shoulders: Pull your shoulder blades back and down. Let the top of your head rise up.

Torso: Lift your chest while keeping your ribs down.

Hips: Continue keeping your head and chest up and shift your hips back. Slightly tuck the hips forward to limit how far the hips travel.

Knees: Your knees should naturally be several inches behind the ankles. They should gently pull outward slightly so as to not collapse inward. Your knees should remain at all times in this position.

Movement

When squatting there are three joints that actively move: the ankles, the knees, and the hips. The rest of the body should maintain its shape--the Form--as it travels through space.

How is your movement guided?

The Seat Guide is crucial to Movement, as it's a built-in personal trainer ensuring that you follow the right path in the squat. In traditional squats you have to find that path in free space. This can lead to falling forward and allowing the quads to take over. The Seat Guide helps you prevent this.

Form is maintaining proper body shape. Movement is keeping this shape while following the Seat Guide's path for the squat. Success in the blending of Form and Movement means consistent squats that do not produce joint-discomfort. From this foundation comes the workout.

TENSION

Tension is muscular engagement and is integral to our Method. The DB Method is centered around strength training, which means this muscular engagement is the thing that ties everything together to produce results.

How is tension generated?

Tension In Form:
When form is an active state, it creates tension in the muscles involved. For example, in order to maintain straight elbows, the triceps must contract. Without this muscular engagement, the proper form will not hold.

Tension in Movement:
There is muscle tension in a static position and there is even more tension in your muscles during movement. For example, to begin squatting your body will need to actively squeeze your hip flexors to pull yourself into the squat. This in turn will require the glutes to contract in order to pull yourself back up.

Tension in Intensity:
This is ultimately how we get our bodies to change. It is a principle of strength training that a muscle must be fatigued by the work demanded of it in order to adapt and develop strength. Traditionally, this is done by increasing external weight on the body. However, using progressively heavier weight unsupervised at home can be problematic and negatively impact your joints and muscles. The DB Method utilizes a variety of techniques in order to create different levels of intensity that produce results.

The better you get at developing Tension, the more the Form and Movement will be reinforced and generate more intensity for your workouts, a virtuous cycle for long-term progress.

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The Machine

Achieve the perfect squat Our patented technology shifts your body weight into the glutes to tone, tighten, and lift your booty right at home.
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