Milliard Anti-Burst Peanut Ball Variety Pack - Approximate Sizes: Green 39x20" (100x50cm) & Blue 31x15" (80x40cm) Physio Roll
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- Used to improve posture and in weight lifting exercises to increase core strength
- Easy to integrate into almost any training regimen. Great for use at the gym, in yoga, or in your living room.
- Used to promote labor progress specifically in epidural birth
- To inflate the peanut ball to its full size, pump the ball with included hand pump. Add more air after 12 hours until it is fully expanded.
- Anti-burst rubber compound prevents the ball from violently bursting if punctured.
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Labor: I brought the larger green peanut ball to the hospital (I called the company and whoever I spoke to said that they are latex free) to help with my labor. I also brought a regular round exercise ball. I would use the round one when I wanted to sit. I would use the green peanut ball when I wanted to rest lying down. I am 5 foot 3 inches and the green ball was plenty big. I think that it kept my pelvis open to encourage the baby to travel down faster. But I down't know how much it helped, especially since I didn't have an epidural and was able to be up and moving as much as I wanted during the labor and delivery. These balls are mainly supposed to help those who get epidurals and can't get up and move. I mainly brought it as a "just in case I need an epidural" precaution.
Kid use: My young children love these peanut balls. My two year old uses the blue one. My old kids use the green one. They like to bounce ride them like horses. It helps them with their many wiggles. I wouldn't say that it tires them out though, more like helps them let out wiggles when they are in the confines of our house.
They initially had a pretty strong plastic to them, but the smell has mostly worn away. I still store them in our spare room when not in use because I don't want any plastic vapors lingering and also to free up the floor space in our living room.
So our green ball measures 19 1/4 inches by 33 1/2 inches, Manufacturer states it should be 39 x 20. Our yellow is 16x 30, manufacturer says it should be 35 x 17. Our blue is 16 x 28.5, manufacturer says it should be 31 x 15. So all of them are off, and all of them are smaller then advertised. He will bounce on all of them, but he prefers the green one, and of the three, the green and the yellow are most workable for our therapy targets. I'm not really seeing any shape distortion. So, you may want to order a size up from what the manufacturer recommends you will need for your child. I think the green one is fine for adults still, depending on the height of the person and what it's being used for. It's an ok height for me, but I'm 5 foot 3 inches.
They also do have a bit of an odor for those who are sensitive to smells, but for our little man, it's not really causing a problem for him. He was actually just super happy to have a peanut ball back. I would have preferred to not have 3, but again, I wasn't sure on the sizing based on the reviews and I didn't want to have to play the return it game, and I figured it might not hurt to have a spare anyway in case one of these goes ka-boom as well. Aside from bouncing, his favorite thing to do on it is lay on his back and roll back and forth and push off with his hands. It helps calm him down, and it's good for his upper body muscles, so I love that he loves that and I'm hoping these really are as burst proof as advertised. If not, I will update. but for now, just a heads up on the sizing.