Thera-Band Standard Series SCP Exercise Ball
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- A new full-color, instruction guide with the most up-to-date exercise positions is included.
- Provides 8-10 minutes of gradual deflation time when punctured under a constant load of 250 lbs.
- Provides an extra margin of safety for users such as pregnant women and the eldery.
- Available in four sizes to accommodate users from 4' 7" to 6' 8" tall.
- Clinic packaging (in polybag, not retail box). Pumps sold separately.
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The Thera-Band SDS (Slow Deflate System) Exercise Ball is made from a specially formulated compound that enables the ball to resist the tendency to burst when punctured. Included exercise guide illustrates correct positions for 24 exercises designed to increase flexibility, improve coordination and strengthen the abdomen, back, chest, arms, thighs, legs and buttocks. Uses for the Thera-Band Ball include: exercise, gym, balance, fitness, yoga, pilates, resistance and stability. Clinic packaging (in polybag). Pump not included.
Top customer reviews
The product holds the air well once it is inflated - so it is not one you have to keep inflating! It is good to know that it is an "anti-burst" ball too.
I had such a good experience with IsoKinetics, the seller on Amazon, that I just placed another order with them for a shoulder pulley. I got the product in record time and there was good communication from them on when the order was received and when it was shipped. Their shipping costs were also reasonable. Everything was packaged well. I ordered a pump and some Therabands at the same time and everything was great. Order from them with confidence!
Anyway, I bought mine 3 years ago and it's been inflated twice and deflated once. It's still very good and the green one fits my height just right. I'm 5'8"
I have been using it during pregnancy and it's great for that. I think it would make a wonderful birthing ball too but I didn't get the opportunity with my last birth so I don't have personal experience with it. I used the ball at around 200 lbs last time. Right now I'm only 170 though. Just so you know it can handle a heavier weight.
I haven't actually used mine for exercising yet, though I eventually intend too. :) I've used it as my computer "chair" mainly. I also have a bad back and find this helps to use instead of just my regular computer desk chair. I do find the need to switch back and forth between them though sometimes as just sitting on the ball works your muscles some and sometimes your muscles may need a break.