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Desk jockeys, you can help boost your strength, energy levels, and overall bodily health by switching to the Gaiam Custom Fit Adjustable Balance Ball Chair. This innovative seating solution turns a standard balance ball into a comfortable, posture-improving chair without sacrificing function. You'll improve back and core strength while you sit, by engaging smaller supporting muscles. You will also see an improvement in circulation and upper body mobility. The included 55-centimeter balance ball is removable, and can be incorporated into quick between-meeting stretching sessions, or used as your go-to at-home yoga ball.
This balance ball system turns a favorite fitness tool into a comfortable and functional posture-improving chair. Proper posture greatly increases back strength by working more muscles as you sit. Increased back strength leads to better circulation, better upper-body mobility, and less neck and joint pain. The best thing about this chair though is that it's comfortable. The 55cm anti-burst balance ball is removable and latex-free. Also included is a desktop stretching and strengthening guide, and DVD with three 20-minute workouts and three 10-minute express routines. This ball is suitable for heights 5'0" to 5'11".
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Better than expected, and I didn't know it came with a DVD, pump, and ball. Great product!Published 4 days ago by Scot D. Burns
This is so comfortable and really helps solve the "sore back" issue from sitting and working at a desk too longPublished 4 days ago by Chilie
I use this at my job. Don't think I could sit on anything else for work!Published 7 days ago by danyelle
I am a fidgety sitter. Just started my first desk job ever. This chair allows me to fidget away ! Had to duct tape tabs up to not lock themPublished 7 days ago by Linda C. Ferguson
Just got my chair this morning. I love it. It took only a few minutes to assemble the base and attach the back. Then came the fun part: inflating the ball. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Christina Selby