Jim Klopman: Inventor, Developer & Author

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Jim is a lifelong innovator who has always been one of those people who thinks differently. He believes balance training has sharpened his ability to make new neural connections and see the possibilities and pathways that others miss.

Originally Jim was looking for a way to maintain his own athletic performance well into his 90s. But the Slackbow Balance Training System he developed turned out to be a key to whole body and mind fitness that was even more revolutionary than he could have imagined. 

He is eager to spread his knowledge, techniques and tools far and wide to help seekers like him tune their brains to perform better in work and sports, sleep better, look younger and live longer.


Janet Miller: Head Trainer

Janet has been a cutting-edge personal trainer in fitness-focused Park City, Utah for over 25 years. She was the first to bring spinning to town and has always had an eye for what is new and effective in fitness. When she was introduced to SlackBow Balance Training, she recognized it as a straight path to improved overall athletic performance. Since adding the training  to her clients’ routines she has repeatedly seen amazing outcomes and transformations.

Janet’s dedication to balance training has made her one of Park City’s top mountain bikers. When she passes you and your 14-speed bike on a steep trail, look at her rear wheel. Her bike has just one gear.

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Blake Hudson: Chief Technical Officer

Blake has been a fan of SlackBow ever since his senior engineer class developed the first model. After he graduated and got a job, one of his first paychecks was to buy a SlackBow. He has managed the SlackBow patent portfolio. He more than manages it, he is the fearless and hard working leader in developing the SlackBow patents. As brilliant and hardworking as he is, he has incredible balance as seen by the photo and gif to the right. 

Blake is SlackBow as much as anyone could possibly be. 

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