Fitball Balance Disc 14" Diameter - Stability Cushion

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FitBALL Balance Disc

The FitBALL Balance Disc is a versatile core stability cushion that easily adjusts for your challenge level. Used while standing, kneeling or sitting, the FitBALL Balance Disc improves balance and joint stabilization, strengthens and tones core muscles, and encourages proper posture. Higher profile and longer tactile points than our FitBALL Seating Disc. 14" Diameter.

Fitball Balance Disc 14" Diameter - Stability Cushion

After an injury, fall or surgery, it helps to use the right rehabilitation tools to regain strength. The Fitball inflatable disc is a convenient solution for relieving sore muscles, inflammation and stiffness after an injury. The air-filled disc comes in an inviting blue color, and it promotes correct posture. In addition to using it while seated, kneeling or standing, you can also use it as a seat cushion.

Benefits of Fitball Dynamic Cushions

This air-filled disc helps with a wide range of exercises and promotes fitness. In this regard, it's a great alternative to ball chairs or standard balance discs. When you use it for active seating, you're toning your core muscles. If you have weak muscles in your legs, buttocks, abdomen or back, this active seat cushion strengthens them. Add more resistance and bounce with an air pump.

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Questions: How do you properly inflate this disc? I haave a pump with both the cone & needle attachments. Neither one is working to add more air to the disc. 0 Answers
Questions: I've been using a rebounder and am going to be traveling. Is it possible to use this to gently bounce on to stimulate lymph? 0 Answers