26 x 11.2 x 3.8 inches ; 4.15 pounds
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Buyer's Reviews 3050

Common sense tells me that I need to put something under this so that it doesn't rub a hole in my carpet. I have an old bath blanket, and when I use it, I stick to it. What I didn't expect was that the color of the board had been wiped off. My board is blue, and the carpet on which it rotates is blue. To be clear, I'm not heavy. I'm 130 pounds, 5 feet 8 inches, woman. I have attached some pictures. On the blackboard. When I first started using it, I really didn't think it did much, and to be honest, I was going to give it back. I started watching some YouTube exercise videos, which used this, and then I started to understand it. I think I just didn't balance it and didn't work hard enough to do it. I just use it to spin. There are a lot of things, this board can be used to exercise instead of spinning. Once I found the videos and started using them to exercise, I really began to feel not only how it worked, but also how it turned out. It only took me a month. For my exercise, I use a board and two 5 pounds, that's all. Great!

Buyer's Reviews 1464

Okay, you have to take your time at first. I bought this on the recommendation of my chiropractor to help improve my core while sitting at my life killing desk seat for nine hours a day. It's fun. You sit and shake and your ass feels good. After the first hour of wiggling my ass, I stood up and stretched out and drank some water. My heart was like wet spaghetti. You may not feel it, but when you stare at the screen, you're getting a little muscle exercise. So take your time at first, maybe 15-30 minutes at a time. I did feel soft when I came out of the package, but I couldn't help but want to pull it up.

15.5 x 15.5 x 3.3 inches ; 3.08 pounds
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First of all, who are these people who get the free $20 balance board? Why have all paid testers' comments on all cheap balance boards (I'm sure 90% of them the same product, at least wooden) have been renamed? I think I should write a review because no one talks about whether these things are suitable for standing desks. I looked at it and couldn't find a satisfactory answer. I got a Steppie, for $100, and I was disappointed-it was too easy to stand up because it only moved left and right. I didn't end up moving. It's okay, but it won't help much. Maybe it's good for people with a bad balance. I was young, strong and unchallenged. Then I bought one-it was cheap, I think I had nothing to lose-and it really worked. I work 4-6 hours a day, and at the end of the day, my pain is significantly less than when I stand or use Steppie. It's not a work of art-it's just a piece of plywood with a balanced twist at the bottom-but it's comfortable to stand barefoot or barefoot, and it looks like it's going to hold up well. So-yeah. If you're looking for a budget vertical desk solution, I'll try this. And I've looked at all the brands that sell these plywood balance boards-I'm almost sure they're all the same thing.

15.5 x 12.5 x 2.5 inches ; 12 ounces
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This is a good thickness, not thin, not thick. We bought it for my husband who had a stroke & in his treatment they kept him balanced on one. Well, my balance with my feet is scary, so I'm standing on it, too. This was followed by some interesting exercises. I'm not done yet. Needless to say, we are seniors. I'm 75 and my husband is 76. I hope it helps people.

Buyer's Reviews 428

My 5-year-old hasn't been diagnosed yet, but we suspect he has SPD and ADHD, so it's almost impossible for the child to sit still and finish something as time-consuming as eating time. I will accept all the help I can get. This thing helps. It helps him sit quietly on the table, it helps me to lose one thing to work hard, do not feel depressed to him, which is very helpful! I'm not saying it always puts him in his seat for a meal, but it's sure to make a big difference, making mealtime a better time of day. I doubt that sooner or later I will send one to school for his teacher to use. I also suspect that I have an overinflation, but the description is not specified, so we are doing some experiments and mistakes.

Buyer's Reviews 569

Last year, I began to make major changes to my exercise methods and training to restore my health and prepare for super endurance activities in early 2020. One of the biggest changes I've made is to involve multiple body parts, including balance movements and core training. I've been using Bosu balls and other balancing instruments, but if I want to buy my own, I can use it at home. Enter the EveryMile swing balance board. After only two exercises, I found that this swing balance board is a very good and cheap option. I was able to incorporate it into some weighing and weight exercises, including squatting, planking, static stretching core exercises, and other balancing and stabilizer exercises. The swing balance board feels strong, challenging and easy to use. For the record, I am 6 feet 1 inch tall and weigh 230 pounds in this photo. The EveryMile swing balance board can easily support my size and weight.

19 x 15 x 2.5 inches ; 1 pounds
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I bought this mat because my physiotherapist used it to do balance exercises with me (standing on one foot, etc.). It works very well in this respect. However, I found it more useful to stand on this mat and do more energetic things, such as curling the biceps or even just washing the dishes. Stabilizing yourself while doing so can give your legs a good workout and improve your balance. I thought I invented it, but my sports oligarch told me it was a standard practice. (II)

10.6 ounces
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A few months ago, my leg was hurt, and after physiotherapy, my therapist advised me to exercise on one leg, which is challenging and can continue to strengthen my stable muscles to prevent future injuries. I couldn't even stand on one leg for more than a few seconds. After a lot of practice, I could do them on this mat, and it was getting easier for me to keep my balance. This is a great purchase if you are a runner or anyone needs to work on stable muscles (everyone should!) Because it provides a challenge, as you progress, you can combine exercises such as squatting, pistol squatting, and so on. I'm sure I can use this for a long time because I work on my own and it even makes a great knee pad if you need it to practice for the floor!

15.5 x 15.5 x 3.2 inches ; 3.2 pounds
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The size of the board is suitable for a person with a foot size of 12 +. It seems to be made of high quality plywood. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was that the plastic base of the circuit board was very slippery and slipped too much on the carpet. You need a rubber mat or something with a grip to use it.

13 x 12 x 2 inches ; 2.2 pounds
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I recommended it from my chiropractor. I recently started a plan to strengthen my ankles (too weak) and improve my balance (which is scary). The program I do at home involves standing on the inflatable balance board with one foot for 30 seconds and then changing my legs. It's hard, but it's very effective. After that, I did the same thing on the foam pad. I've been using this for about a month every day, and it's very durable. It's inflatable, and it even has a bonus pump. Even if I use it every day, I don't need to add any extra air. One side is smooth (this is where I stand), and the other side is pointed (to prevent it from sliding and sliding). Recently, when I had to sit on a desk or kitchen chair for a long time, I also used it behind my back-I found it to provide excellent back support, and when I got up, I significantly reduced the pain / pain. If you have any questions, I will try my best to help you. If you find this comment helpful, please consider leaving me feedback below. * I noticed that several of the comments I wrote on items purchased through Amazon were mistakenly deleted from "validating purchases", so they were no longer visible, which could have happened to others, too. When you read comments, be sure to sort them by "all comments", because there is obviously an bug, in the system where many helpful detailed comments are now hidden.

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