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Bosu Balance Trainer

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  • Allows user to combine all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, toning and flexibility in unique and highly effective combinations
  • Includes BOSU® balance trainer, total body workout DVD, owner's manual and foot pump
  • Total body workout DVD (30 minutes) combines balance, cardiovascular, toning and stretching in dynamic and effective workouts
  • Sleek, compact design
  • Easy to transport and store
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This sleek, compact design allows for easy transportation and storage. Comes with a foot pump and exercise manual. Consumer Pack comes with DVD. Pro Pack comes with DVD and Book.

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  • Item Weight: 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0079KL9OU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (319 customer reviews)
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99 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Ocean Lily on January 31, 2010
Color: Blue
I purchased a BOSU a month ago and am really getting a good workout both in balance and in strength--by placing the blue side on the floor and doing a plank while holding onto the base.
Anyway, I didn't realize it shouldn't be placed in sunlight or near heat registers and today, while sitting in the sun, the blue "half ball" came apart from the base. Couldn't find any repair instructions at the BOSU site or online. But--I looked over the base carefully and found a screw in each handle. To repair--unscrew the screw in each handle and the BOSU's rim will come apart from the base in two pieces. Then completely deflate the blue half ball. At that point, line up the edges of the half ball (which look like a fork-crimped pie crust edge) with the edge of the base (according to the indentations of the base that remain on the ball). Replace the screw on one of the handles and tighten enough so it holds the two halves of the rim together--but don't tighten completely. Then, kind of like replacing a bicycle tire, fit the edge of the ball and the edge of the base into the rim and put the rim around the edges of the ball and base together. Screw the second screw into the other handle and tighten--the rim won't meet if you don't have the edges of the ball and base together and inside the rim. When the rim meets, tighten the screw on each handle. Re-inflate the BOSU and you're good to go!
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125 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Chandler #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 26, 2009
Color: Blue
First off, I must note that I did some research prior to investing in this...those who have had issues with product separating from base have overinflated their bosu. Read instructions prior to inflation and it will explain this. A friend who is a personal trainer (who talked me into investing in the bosu) said even working the Bosu with all clients she hadn't had the issue EVER so I trusted the info to be accurate and took the leap. Glad I did!

It is a rare day I use the words "fun" and "workout" in the same sentence but this sure gels those two oxymorons together. It is great fun and, according to my heart rate monitor, gave me one major workout when I did the dvd or use it on it's own

But better yet? The time flew by! I loved using it and...

wow, it's like skiiing...those who ski know you utilize muscles you can't in any other way via the movements that aren't the "norm". Same thing here. I work out daily yet the first time I used the bosu the next day I felt that I had one great workout with muscles aching (in a good way) that I never had used before.

I gave away my aerobic step after using my bosu a few times. This is so much better. Now I use the bosu during any workout dvd that calls for a step. Not only do you utilize more muscles during your workouts (and all new muscle built burns extra calories...win/win) but the trampline-like feel makes it fun and the dome shape adds a core and balance workout that you'd never get otherwise.

There are a few gadgets I invested in this year that I kiss myself for being smart enough to get and this is one. (my kindle comes in second)

the best part is I use it during many of my other workout dvds now just to burn more calories and use more muscles...
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342 of 373 people found the following review helpful By Fitness Enthusiast on October 26, 2008
Color: Blue
I purchased the Bosu Balance Trainer Home Version from amazon.com on October 14, 2008. It arrived about a week later and I was eager to get started. I carefully followed the inflation instructions and used my owner's manual as a guide to determine the proper height of the dome. I read the entire manual, watched the DVD and then used the Bosu for 1 half hour workout. I stored it in a corner of my work out area (away from direct sunlight as instructed) in my air conditioned apartment.
This morning, two days after my last workout (my first and only workout) I retrieved my Bosu only to find that it had come unstuck from the base. The bottom is no longer flat and there is no way I can get the edges back into the space along the rim of the base. It looks like the glue that was used very sparingly to adhere the dome to the base didn't hold for very long after I inflated it. As indicated by some other users the pump is very cheaply constructed and is less effective at deflating the Bosu than inflating it.
The idea behind Bosu is fantastic and I have used one repeatedly in the Gym so this problem makes me think that the manufacturers made an inferior product for home use because they believed it wouldn't be used as much. However, after paying almost $100 or a product I should be able to get more than ONE use out of it.

Like I said, "Buyer Beware". If I had read a review like this one I might have paid extra for the commercial version. I hope this review saves someone else from the needless expense and frustration that I have experienced with this product.
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229 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Linda Ross, PhD on July 17, 2004
Color: Blue
The home version of the BOSU balance trainer is just as sturdy as the PRO variety used at health clubs. However, it's important that you know how to use it correctly. The BOSU should be inflated to 10 inches, and if properly inflated and plugged, it should not lose air nor pop out of its frame.
I have been using BOSU with clients for over 2 years, and I've never had any problems despite having inflated and deflated my BOSUs several times on several occasions. I recommend this home version to my clients and website visitors because it is far less expensive compared to the pro version and just as effective for home use.
If you're new to BOSU training, consider taking a class with a certified BOSU instructor (or better still, a BOSU master trainer like myself) or purchase a BOSU video. It's not just a bouncy step :-)
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