Yes4All Wooden Wobble Balance Board – Exercise Balance Stability Trainer 15.75 inch Diameter
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- GREAT FOR BALANCE TRAINING: Improves core strength, posture, enhances coordination, sense of balance and visual sense. Great to strengthen the targeted muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints
- DURABLE, NON SLIP SURFACE: Premium Wooden Balance Board with anti-skid pad on the surface provides a secure grip for absolute safety. 15.75 inch diameter large enough for both feet. Support up to 300 lbs
- 360 DEGREE ROTATION and 15 DEGREE TILTING ANGLE: 360 degrees rotation and up to 15 tilting degree, great to perform side to side, front to back, stretch and circular drills
- VERSATILE, COMPACT BALANCE BOARD: With the lightweight, portable design, this balance board is great for Balance Exercises, Home Gyms, Gyms, Sport Performance Enhancement, Rehabilitation, Strength and Balance Workouts
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Durable wood construction
Made of durable wood supports up to 300 lbs for the ultimate safe and comfortable workout experiences.
Wide large surface
15.57” non-skidding surface provides a secure grip, perfect for all feet sizes even with shoes on.
Sturdy plastic bottom
Offers 360-degree rotation and up to 15 tilting degree, great to perform side to side, front to back, stretch and circular drills.
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GREAT ADDITION TO YOUR FITNESS ROUTINES
Yes4All Balance Board fits all ages and fitness levels. It is a great choice for anyone who wants to improve their core strength, stability, functionality, and sense of balance for better sport performance.
Using balance board can engage and train stabilizing muscles of your back, abdominal, hips, legs and ankles thus help to reduce back pain, improve posture, leg strength and ankle range of motion. Great to use after leg, knee, angle injury and surgery to boost the rehabilitation and reduce the risk of re-injuries.
FITNESS NON-SLIP WOODEN BALANCE BOARD (15.75-INCH DIAMETER)
High quality board with the non-skid surface prevents slipping or falling out of the board. You can easily stand on the board barefoot, but shoes with anti-slip soles help provide even better grip.
Perform side-to-side, front-to-back, stretch & circular drills. Also, balance board adds more challenges to your workout, which helps you to increase your balance, functionality and visual sense. When you master all the skills, you can try practicing balance board with your eyes closed.
Portable and lightweight board that is easy to take when traveling. Great for commercial rehabilitation centers, gyms, professional athletes and individual use
- Diameter: 15.75”
- Height: 4”
- Max Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
- Balance Board Thickness: 0.7”
- Material: Solid Wood
- Colors: Black, Red, Blue, Purple, Gray
- Skill Level: Beginner to Pro
- Suitable for Indoor/Outdoor Use
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Anyways. I thought I'd write a review because nobody talks about whether these things work for standing desks. I looked, and couldn't find a satisfactory answer.
I got a Steppie instead, for $100, and was disappointed--too easy to stand on, as it only moves side to side. I didn't end up moving. It was okay, but didn't help a lot. Maybe good for folks with poor balance. I'm young and pretty athletic, and wasn't challenged. I got one of these afterwards--it was cheap, figured I didn't have much to lose--and it actually works great. I work between 4-6 hours a day on it, and am in significantly less pain by the end of the day than when I was just standing or using the Steppie. It isn't a work of art--it's just plywood with a balance thing screwed to the bottom--but it's comfortable to stand on in bare feet or shoes, and looks like it'll hold up fine. So--yeah. I'd try this if you're looking for a standing desk solution on a budget.
And also, I looked at all the brands that sell these plywood balance boards--I'm nearly sure they're all the same thing.
Right now, I'm not standing on it or working on my balance, but rather, I'm using it as a way to strengthen my muscles, ligaments, and tendons while also working on achieving better flexibility. Because I have small feet, the 15 1/2" diameter provides a lot of flexibility on foot placement which means that I can get a deeper stretch depending on where I place my foot on the board. I can work on front to back motion as well as side to side motion.
The non-slip feature provides plenty of traction. Because I'm working on flexation, I don't wear shoes while exercising. I don't have an issue with the sandpaper feel on my feet, but if your feet are really sensitive, you'll either want to wear socks or shoes.
When perfectly level, the top of the board is 3" off the ground. It's a good height without being too high. It works well on carpet, but it slides on tile/hardwood. I just use a yoga pad under the board when I'm not using it on carpet.
The balance board is durable and is holding up well to daily use.
I purchased this balance board at full price as I needed it for my rehab.
I originally bought a Simply Fit Board, but I found that it was just too easy to balance on it. After an initial few seconds, I could be completely balanced and hardly move, so I wasn't getting the micro movements I wanted. However, I did find it kind of fun to bounce on it...
I then bought the Yes4All Wobble Balance Board. I don't have much trouble getting balanced on it, but it is easy to keep it moving. And although I can create lots of movement, I am able to maintain balance in my upper body, so tasks like typing are still easily accomplished.
If you are looking for an inexpensive way to add some movement while still be productive at a standing desk, I recommend the Yes4All.
This is a very sturdy board that is built very well. I really like the non-slip surface and the stability I feel on the board. I have used it while watching television mostly. It's definitely helped improve my strength not only in my core, but my quads are stronger. I am not having the problems that I was with other muscle pain from compensating for my knee. Exercising has definitely helped me and I hope that it will help me in the recovery process after my surgery.
Note that in the first few days it will seem too difficult and too distracting to stay balanced on the board. You might even get slightly sore legs from using those long-forgotten muscles. What worked for me was to start from an hour on the board per day, then increase gradually, so that within 3 days I no longer felt any soreness and within a week I could stand on the board for 8 hours straight. Take it easy.