Bumpy Ride? Troubleshoot Your Reformer: Part Two

Continuing on last month’s topic of troubleshooting a bumpy carriage ride, let’s talk about other places your annoyances might be coming from besides the wheels. I perform the baseline testing by doing leg circles with my feet in straps, because I get the biggest range of motion using the ropes and straps (Remember, in Part 1 all theRead More

How to Store your Springs When not in Use

Even if your studio is incredibly busy hosting 8 or 10 Reformer classes per day six days a week, the reality is that your springs aren’t in use more than they are.  Therefore, it makes sense to care about how they are stored just as much as how they are used.  Here are a few tips on howRead More

Which lubricant should you use, and when?

It’s time to ditch your studio can of WD40 in favor of these two more specialized lubricants.  While you may think that WD40 does a good job of minimizing noise, think of it like a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none.  It does what you want with a passing grade of C, or C+, but with the following twoRead More