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TheraBand Rocker Board Stability and Balance Trainer, Lateral Balance Board for Physical Therapy, Core Strengthening, Injury Rehabilitation, Agility Improvement, Coordination Exercise, & Surf Training
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- 13 1/8" x 14" with a 30° angle of deflection, this stability trainer provides a linear plane for balance training and core stability workouts
- Durable and lightweight, made of black molded plastic with a specially-designed tactile surface on the top and an anti-skid surface on the bottom
- Offers an unstable and sensory-stimulating surface that provides proprioceptive feedback during balance exercises, which helps with rehabilitation, post-rehab conditioning, and overall fitness
- Allows for one, controlled plane of instability at a time, such as forward and reverse or side to side balance movements
- One plane of instability at a time
- Made of black molded plastic with a specially-designed tactile surface on the top
- Durable and lightweight
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TheraBand Rocker & Wobble Boards
TheraBand Rocker and Wobble Balance Boards are designed to provide a challenging but effective balance training experience. The balance boards provide a training tool that facilitates a number of different applications for improved balance and core strength. The Rocker and Wobble Boards are essential balance training tools for improved overall balance, recovery and rehabilitation from an injury, and strength training. Both balance boards are constructed with a non-slip surface on the bottom to prevent the boards from slipping during use. TheraBand balance boards are equipped with a sensory-stimulating surface providing the ultimate balance training. The Rocker board provides one-plane of instability and the Wobble Board is the greatest challenge with 360° of instability.
- Improves overall balance and strength
- Sensory-stimulating surface
- Single or multiple plane balance training
- Non-slip surface
The square TheraBand Rocker Board offers an unstable and sensory-stimulating surface designed to facilitate rehab, post-rehab conditioning, and fitness applications. The Rocker Board is made of black molded plastic with a specially-designed tactile surface on the top, and an anti-skid surface on the bottom.
Style Name: Rocker Board
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My exercise set with this board involves putting the board in various positions, getting up on it, squatting down slightly, and staying balanced for 2 minutes. It works the ankles, calves, knees, and low back. The board tilts in one dimension at a time, so I reposition it to vary the exercise -- tilt forward/back, side to side, diagonal tilt left, diagonal tilt right. Eventually I'm going to try it standing on one foot.
You're going to get two things from a more expensive rocker board: (1) They are made of wood instead of plastic -- I'm not sure this is much of an advantage. (2) They are larger. The Thera-Band, at roughly 14 by 14 inches, is big enough for me to stand on, so I don't need anything bigger, but some people prefer a larger board. See the attached picture to get an idea of its size.
Construction: it's made of two molded pieces, a set of screws through the bottom piece hold the top piece on. The top piece gives ever so slightly (a hundredth of an inch maybe?) when weight is put on it. I suspect it would be even sturdier if it were a single molded piece. All that is a nitpick, the board works just fine.
I ended up buying a rocker board made by Fitter First, which provided a more challenging exercise due to it being less steady--on top of it, the incline angle/difficulty setting can be easily adjusted with a simple twist and pull. If you buy this and share a similar experience, don't say I didn't warn you!
i just put my wobble board on a piece of 12-inch by 12-inch planking. voila! to progress just increase the thickness of your plank. my first try was 1.25 inches. that was too much. so i made my first official progression a 3/4 inch thick, 12" x 12" solid wood board underneath my wobble board. the first thing i noticed was how easy it is to add to the degree of ankle flexion.
i am pretty sure .75 inches will hold me for a while and i can do increments up to maybe 3 inches without compromising safety.
NOTE: do NOT do this if you are a beginner and NO, this post is NOT authorized by theraband.