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(Please see separate guide which came with original equipment)


- You must stand on the slantboard whenever placing, adjusting, or removing the main springs

- Never stand in front of The Daily Core when handling the main springs

- The circular end of the spring attaches to the U-Bar

- The J-shaped end attaches to the metal cylinder on the arm assembly

- While standing on the slantboard, first secure the circular end of the spring to the u-bar ring, then attach the J-shaped end to the metal cylinder into the front tab hole. Use both hands with one hand holding the spring and the other to insert the J-shaped end into the tab hole

- Remember to replace main springs every 2 years or sooner if there are any signs of wear (review under Safety Instructions for further details)


  1. Lubrication

Apply petroleum jelly to the inner side rails of the slantboard using a paper towel or cloth. This will stop the squeaky sound due to the wheel contact with the metal rail. This has to be repeated periodically. 



  1. Use of the Safety Belt

Please use this for all exercises performed when standing on the sliding footplate. The upper level of the mesh back support should be at the middle of your back, with the safety belt ends looped around the upper aspect of each side. Adjust the belt length so that when the 2 ends are clasped together there is about a 3 to 4  inch gap between the clasp and your abdomen. 


  1. Use of Spacer Bars

There are 2 identical spacer bars.  The purpose of the rear (behind the sliding footplate) spacer bar is to set the start position for the sliding footplate. This will vary depending on the exercise involved. Use the 2 pins on each side of the spacer bar to lock it into the desired position on the numerically marked frame..   The function of the front spacer bar is to set a forward limitation to the movement of the sliding footplate. When you first start using The Daily Coretm you will most likely not know what the expected range of motion is for each set of muscles/muscle groups you are trying to activate. This can vary from 1 to 2 inches  up to extending to the length of the slantboard. Therefore, in the notes next to the exercise illustrations, suggested spacer bar positions are given when learning each exercise you should use these guidelines. After you become acquainted with these ranges of motion, you will no longer need to use the spacer bars.



  1. Remember to periodically check to make sure all nuts, bolts and knobs are tightened.

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