Concorde - Tri-Level Balance Board

$27.00

Use the Concorde Tri-Level Balance Board for fitness training, rehabilitation and to improve your overall posture and balance. Made from ABS plastic, the 14” diameter balance board has a textured surface to prevent slipping. The Unique bottom adjustment provides 3 levels of difficulty to help customize your balance training.

Description

The Concorde Tri-Level Balance Board is designed to improve balance and coordination while tightening your core and strengthening your legs. Use this training tool for a variety of exercises by evenly placing your feet, hands, elbows or knees on the 14” diameter textured surface. Use your own body weight to remain balanced and level. Easily adjust between the three levels to increase or decrease to your desired difficulty.

Features:

  • Portable and Versatile: At 14” in diameter, this lightweight ABS plastic balance board can be easily stored and transported for use at home, in the office, at the gym or at physiotherapy.
  • Adjustable: Easily customize your balance difficulty by adjusting between the 3 included optimal height settings.
  • Slip Resistant: The textured surface prevents slipping for maximum safety.

Why You Need It:

The Concorde Tri-Level Balance Board helps to build strength in your core, legs, back and shoulders. Using a balance board can effectively correct posture, reduce back and neck pain, and improve coordination.

How It Helps:

A balance board would benefit any athlete training to be more alert and balanced in their sport. This style of strength training is great for hockey, soccer, volleyball, snowboarding, etc. This tool could also be used in an office environment for standing desks to improve posture and strength while working. Balance boards are commonly used by physiotherapists for dynamic balance training.

What You Can Do With It:

You can use the Concorde Tri-Level Balance Board by evenly placing your feet, hands, elbows or knees on the 14” surface and completing either static or dynamic stability training. Static balance training involves supporting your posture while standing still or in a still pose. Dynamic balance training involves trying to stay balanced during movements, such as during a squats, push ups, planks.

Item #: FB2500