SHIPPING - Save on shipping with the The Tib Blaster / Slant Board Combo Pack! All orders ship within one week of your order being placed (and some sooner!). Domestic shipping is $20. International shipping rates will be calculated at checkout. All International shoppers are responsible for any and all customs, duties, and brokerage fees for your country upon arrival of your product.
AFFORDABLE - The Tib Blaster is an affordable solution for training your tibialis. You may know it as the DIY Tib Bar. While this originally started as a DIY project, I had so many requests from people that didn't have the tools, materials, skill set, or time, that I've made the Tib Blaster available for purchase to better serve the ATG community as well as those just looking for an affordable way to properly train their tibialis.
50 LB TESTED - The Tib Blaster has been tested up to 50 lbs, and if you are repping over 50 lbs on your tib raises, you may have a new world record.
FITS STANDARD WEIGHTS - The Tib Blaster is sized for standard 1" diameter hole weight plates. Weights Not Included.
PERFECT FOR ATG - Tib Raises and the Tib Bar were popularized by Knees Over Toes Guy Ben Patrick and the ATG system from the Athletic Truth Group. In Ben's programs, he coaches tibialis raises for increasing ankle strength and range of motion, becoming more athletic, and eliminating shin splints as well as knee pain. The Tib Blaster puts your tibialis and ankle through full plantar flexion so that you can get a better training stimulus than you can with body weight tibialis raises against a wall.
AFFORDABLE SLANT BOARD - The Tib Factory Slant Board is an affordable solution for strengthening your patellar tendons, quadriceps / VMO, and full lower body development. You may know it as the DIY Knees Over Toes Guy Slant Board. I want to empower the ATG community to tackle this as a DIY project, however I’ve also made the Tib Factory Slant Board available for purchase, to better serve those that don’t have the tools, materials, skill set or time to make their own.
SLANT BOARD FOR ATG PROGRAMS - Slant board exercises like the slant board squat, VMO squat, slant board jefferson curl, and slant board calf stretch, have been popularized by Kneesovertoesguy, Ben Patrick, and the ATG System from the Athletic Truth Group. In Ben’s programs, he coaches slant board exercises for increasing knee range of motion, becoming more athletic, bulletproofing your knees and patellar tendons, and using slant boards for eliminating knee pain. Slant boards encourage a full range of motion in the squat while maintaining a more upright torso to better load the VMO muscle that helps directly support the knee. The Tib Factory offers the best slant board for Kneesovertoesguy exercises in ATG Dense Strength, ATG Standards, and Knee Ability Zero.
SLANT BOARD FOR KNEE PAIN - Slant board squats are a powerful method for fixing knee pain while strengthening your patellar tendons and VMO. While it’s always recommended that you seek professional help if you are having pain, slant board squats have been shown to help fix patellar tendonitis and improve many other knee ailments. One of the best slant board exercises is the Poliquin step up. This one legged partial squat on a slant board created by Charles Poliquin, is incredibly effective for patellar tendon training and something I regularly program in my own training. Slant boards can also be used to help with plantar fasciitis and stretching and strengthening of the calves.
SLANT BOARD FOR ATHLETES - Many of the cheap adjustable slant boards on the market today are not wide enough or strong enough to support larger athletes and weighted slant board exercises. While bodyweight slant board exercises are a great first step in a knee pain rehabilitation program, knee bulletproofing often requires extra load. The Tib Factory Slant Board is built to handle weighted movements like slant board barbell squats, and barbell poliquin step-ups. The Tib Factory Slant Board is 19.75” wide to accommodate both wide and narrow stance squats and is built on a 24 degrees angle to better target the patellar tendons and VMO.