TKO Anti-Burst Fitness Ball with Pump and Instruction Chart
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- One 55-centimeter TKO Fitness Ball for Pilates, Yoga and fitness training
- Comes with inflation pump and instructional wall chart included
- Anti-Burst construction causes ball to deflate slowly if punctured
- Tool for building strength and flexibility in the core, upper body and lower body
- Best fit for users from 4 feet, 8 Inch to 5 feet, 5 Inch tall
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Perfect for yoga and fitness classes, fitness balls help increase flexibility while strengthening and toning muscles. Our fitness balls feature anti-burst construction and are easy to clean. Includes hand pump and instructional wall chart.
Cory Everson is a six-time Ms. Olympia body building champ and fitness expert. TKO's Cory Everson 55 centimeter fitness ball is perfect for yoga and fitness classes for people 5 feet to 5 feet, 6 inches tall. It helps increase flexibility while simultaneously strengthening and toning your muscles. The soft rubber construction supports and cushions your body, yet the ball is durable, resists bursting, and is easy to maintain and clean. The silver 55 centimeter ball includes a foot pump and an instructional wall chart. It also includes the Cory Everson Fitness Guide with workout and weight loss tips, an exercise guide, and a workout chart.
Founded in 1996, TKO is a manufacturer in the fitness and boxing markets of the sporting goods industry. With more than 500 retail and commercial clients, TKO provides products-of-choice for elite boxing events, including the National Golden Gloves competition, IKF kickboxing tournaments and the International Female Boxing Association.
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Someone complained about the pump, but I found it efficient. It's like a huge syringe. It worked fine. It only took me a few minutes to pump the ball up and that was with my one year old hanging on me so he could mess with the ball.
If something happens and this product fails in some way, I will immediately update this review so that anyone who's concerned can know. So if you don't see an update, the TKO's going strong.
Here is a list of ways we have used this product:
* Exercises (the included foldout list and a couple others)
* A bench press for butterfly curls
* Baby walking learning aid (he would use the ball for support and push it around)
* Baby toy
* Chair for pregnant women (apparently felt quite good)
* Office chair
* Rocking chair (gentle bouncing helped our baby get to sleep)
In addition to how useful it has been, it has also been quite durable. I used it as a sort of packing material with the PODS system (left it inflated to take up extra space/ prevent jostling) and it survived just fine.
I kind of took for granted how useful this item has been-- definitely worth the ~20 dollars. I would definitely recommend it for an active family man... or anyone, really.
So I ordered the TKO 65cm. It was cheaper and should help since it was a better size for me. After pumping it up and using it for a week, I've noticed it's started to a little air. I don't think it's really a leak, just daily strenuous use has made it a little deflated. I don't mind pumping a little more air into it each weekend. No big deal.
One thing i cannot seem to get over: THE SMELL. This thing stinks of.. sewer? a paper mill? a dirty diaper? vinegar? It's rancid when it comes out of the box and after a week of use, it's still there. I have to put a towel on it when my face is nearby because otherwise I'll gag.
By the way, for the last year, the ball had become quite misshapen and oblong as well.
You cannot believe this seller's hype about it being an anti-burst product. That's bullstuff, Mister.
My MODIFIED review, updated from the time before this product injured me, follows below:
Exercise balls were originally marketed as yoga balls because you can get much better stretching results with them. I got permanent injuries while still in my twenties, and a similar product helped me control them. My aches and pains are finally going away again thanks to a scientific and precise program of stretching with these ball, as long as you DO NOT BUY THE TKO brand ball.
Your muscles, tendons, and ligaments are not tensed when you stretch. That's because this type of ball removes the load-bearing from your body in the area you are stretching. In addition, as you wrap around it, it has a rubber-band-stretch-type effect you cannot duplicate when you stretch by yourself.
I believe my stretching program with balls that are not made by TKO (this company) is making far better results, and my pain is going away. By the way, I strongly recommend unless ever stretching unless you are sweating. Try getting a video called "Total Body Flexibility At Any Age", by Marco Lala too; best I've ever seen.