FitBALL Mini - 9" (23 cm)

FitBALL Mini - 9" (23 cm)
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Features

FitBALL Mini - 9" (23 cm)

  • 9" Inflatable Ball
  • Add focus and energy to your workout
  • Also used as a soft prop
  • Used for resistance work in Pilates

Product Overview

FitBALL Mini - 9" (23 cm)

FitBALL Mini Stability Ball


The FitBALL Mini is a 9" inflatable ball used for resistance work in Pilates and other mat fitness programs. The FitBALL Mini is also a wonderful tool for adding focus and energy to your workouts. In addition, it can be used slightly deflated as a soft prop under the head, neck, feet, back, etc. Dark blue color with soft, easy-grip texture.


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FitBALL Mini - 9" (23 cm)

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FitBALL Mini - 9" (23 cm) Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
25 reviews
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20 out of 23 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Durable (6)
High Quality (6)
Good Value (6)
Versatile (6)
Sturdy Construction (5)
Top Cons

Poor plug design (1)
Punctures Easily (1)
Loosing air deflates (1)
Loses Shape (1)
Thin material (1)
Top Best Uses

Improving Core Strength (7)
Rehab (7)
General Fitness (5)
Weight Loss (1)
Stomach exercises (1)
1-5 of 25 reviews
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The Amazing Fitball

Pros:
Sturdy Construction. Gym Quality. Durable. High Quality. Good Value. Good Grip. Versatile.
Best Uses:
Improving Core Strength. General Fitness. Rehab.
Describe Yourself:
Pilates and fitness instr.

This FitBall is so versatile I even travel with it! It is a must have for any one whether you are a trainer or a student.

by from Los Angeles, CA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Great for barre

Pros:
Sturdy Construction. Gym Quality. Durable. High Quality. Good Value. Good Grip. Versatile.
Best Uses:
Improving Core Strength. General Fitness. Weight Loss. Rehab.
Describe Yourself:
Pilates and fitness instr.

I bought these balls for my barre class- they are the perfect size and durability for the exercises we do on mat for floor abs.

by from West Hartford, CT
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Physical therapy aide

Pros:
Good Value.
Best Uses:
Rehab.
Describe Yourself:
Average fitness person.

I use a FitBall mini at physical therapy, and purchased one for home use.

by from Michigan
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
FitBall-great & portable

Pros:
Sturdy Construction. Gym Quality. Durable. Good Value. Good Grip. Versatile.
Cons:
Punctures Easily.
Best Uses:
General Fitness. Rehab.
Describe Yourself:
Beginner.

Balance exercise and many more exercises, portable-take on trips for play or exercising away from home. For Seniors-to lift above your head, side to side, bouncing, just to name a few.

by from Littleton, CO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I love this product!

Pros:
Sturdy Construction. High Quality. Good Value. Good Grip. Versatile. Durable. Gym Quality. Perfect size.
Best Uses:
Improving Core Strength. Rehab. Weight Loss. General Fitness.
Describe Yourself:
Avid Athlete. Pilates and fitness instr. Pilates and fitness instr.

Really fantastic for core work! And for people that can't lift their head to do ab work, but they can do abs by lowering and lifting legs with the ball between calves!

by from Yorba Linda,Ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 25 reviews
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What are the mini fit balls made out of? The doctor would like a patient to use one for core strengthening but he has a latex allergy. There is no material information provided on the packaging (or website) for practitioners or consumers.
Asked on Jul 8, 2013 1:02:54 PM by CourtSt.Chiro. from NY
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No--simple blowing in the "straw" will do it.
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 2:40:03 PM by M square l from WV
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What material are the Fitballs made of? I have a latex allergy and find it difficult to find exercise balls. I need them with NO LATEX! Thank you!! J
Asked on Feb 4, 2013 4:11:46 AM by Juanita from North Carolina
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Do you need a pump to inflate the ball? I am going on a trip and need to pack a ball and i want a ball I don't need a pump to inflate.
Asked on Jul 1, 2012 2:07:59 PM by Patti from Athens, GA
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A pump is not necessary, the ball can be inflated by mouth without too much effort.
Answered on Feb 25, 2014 11:24:19 AM by Dan from Indiana
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Is the same size as the Silver Sneakers Ball?
Asked on Jun 23, 2011 3:29:26 PM by Marj from CA
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Looks a bit bigger than the SS ball
Answered on Nov 11, 2011 11:10:33 PM by Vern from HLNA,MT
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I am not familiar with the SS ball. All I can tell you is that the 9" fit ball is perfect size for ballet bar classes. These balls fit nicely behind the knee when exercising the hamstrings. .
Answered on Jan 3, 2013 5:41:59 PM by Sherri from us
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