Forget what you know about the proprioceptive devices of old that have come and passed, the WAFF is the smartphone of reactive surface training tools.
Because the fun challenge they present with the ability to progressively challenge yourself, athletes of all levels can benefit from including WAFFs in their training routine.
With injury prevention, rehabilitation, performance, and recovery benefits, WAFFs are the best way to train the mind and the body.
Coaches, medical teams, and performance specialists at the highest level use WAFF in their workflow. WAFF is also being used to empower fitness, pilates, and yoga routines around the world, too.
Thanks to professional athletes and media, WAFF has been able to gain a great deal of exposure. This has lead to doctors across disciplines in obesity, geriatrics, gynecology and more adopting it into their practices. WAFF continues to evolve and help people and conditions of all kinds, from pregnant women, developing children, home fitness, weight loss, neurodegeneration, neurological rehab, healthy aging, relaxation, sleep quality, back pain, posture, the corporate wellness space, and beyond. Waff has recently become approved by the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) for all trainers, strength coaches, and other practitioners.
We now have a full education suite which includes training & utilization of the WAFF for a variety of needs, from fitness to seniors to sport performance-all reinforced by qualified professionals in each space.
Whether you’re a sports trainer, healthcare professional, or just someone who wants to improve their fitness, you can find personalized WAFF routines for your needs.
The WAFF is an invention designed with the human body in mind, empowering you with better internal awareness
In all the sections, you will find exercises that will fuel your inspiration.
We show you how to perform the exercises, and then it is up to you to make your way through them and achieve perfection through repetition. You decide how long you practice and how many times you repeat each exercise.