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The main purpose of the Standard Physioball is for therapeutic use, especially in physical therapy and rehabilitation! However, many of our customers buy them for home use because they are just plain fun!
This is the first gymnastic ball produced in the world! Since its use began in Switzerland in the 1960s it was mistakenly called the “Swiss Ball” and the name continues to be used to this day. These strong, resilient plastic balls are indispensable for a wide range of uses in fitness, therapy as well as therapeutic seating at the office, home or school.
FitBALL® exercise balls are the perfect solution for both professional and home use. Trusted by physical therapists and personal trainers throughout the U.S. and Canada, every ability level can benefit from the stability challenge the FitBALL exercise ball offers for flexibility, strength and aerobic training. All our FitBALL exercise balls are made of a unique latex-free material designed to deflate slowly if punctured. Buy yours today from ActiveForever.com!
Standard Physioball Features:
- Appropriate for all fitness levels
- Great for low impact exercise
- Safe, comfortable, affordable.
- Perfect for heavy use; Whether it be commercial or in the comfort of your own home!
Standard PhysioBalls are appropriate for many different fitness levels:
- Yoga and Pilates students
- New moms
|Standard PhysioBalls can also be used as effective tools for special needs groups:
- Hyperactive children
- Injury rehabilitation
- Pregnant Women
Standard Physioball Specifications:
Available In the Following Sizes and Colors:
- 85 CM Blue (33.5 inches)
- 95 CM Red (37.4 inches)
- 105 CM Yellow (41.3 inches)
- 120 CM Orange (47.2 inches)
Q. What is the proper inflation size of the exercise ball?
A. Each ball is designated by centimeters of height, from 85 cm (33.5") to 120 cm (47.2"). Inflate the ball until the top of the ball reaches the designated height from the ground; use a tape measure to compare the height of the ball. If the ball has too much air, it will be very hard and unstable; too little air causes it to "bottom out" and become too stable. Correct inflation should be firm (neither too hard nor too soft) that retains its roundness.
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Returns: Due to the hygiene or rehabilitation nature of this product, it is non-returnable.
Please refer to ActiveForever's return policy for more detailed information.
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