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Nothing makes a workout more challenging and effective for your neuromuscular system than performing it on an unstable surface. Balance and stability training is one of the hottest trends right now for its importance to a functional body and improved performance in both daily life and athletics. For everyone from older adults to kids to professional athletes, everyone benefits from a strong core and excellent balance. The non-slip surface and durable wood design of the core balance board is long-lasting and designed for safety. 360-degree rotation allows you to shift your weight in any direction and strengthen all of your major muscle groups with exercises like single leg balances, planks and squats. It is also an excellent way to strengthen ankles and feet for mobility and stability. The lightweight three-pound wobble board is a great tool to keep at home and can easily be taken outside or to the gym. Regular use will help to improve posture, body awareness, and is perfect for anyone rehabilitating after a lower body injury. The balance trainer board is a must-have for personal trainers, physical therapists, and coaches to help your clients to achieve their fitness goals!
Measurements: 15.75” Diameter x 3.1”H
Material: Solid Wood, PP Plastic
Weight: 3.2 lb.
I found the balance board very useful in working on... balance! Great strengthening in prep for hiking after total knee replacement. Very satisfied with the quality and price!
The ProSource Wooden Balance Board is well made and fun to use everyday. I use it for work with my adjustable desk so I’m not sitting all day long. I look forward to discovering all of the other exercises I can do with it.
this is a necessary daily activity as we age. It’s also fun! I started in a door frame so I had something to hold onto if necessary. This board is very well made, and I liked that very little of it is plastic.
Received my board quickly and out was advertised. Quality product for reasonable price.
Good for rehab of foot and ankle muscles after injury