Valeo Burst Resist Ball65 Cm Grn
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- Strengthen and Tone Muscle
- Targets Abs, Back and Leg Muscles
- Improve Balance and Flexibility
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Amazon.ca Product Description
65 cm. Burst resistant exercise ball. Includes an exercise DVD and a high volume dual action air pump.
The Valeo burst-resistant 65-centimeter body ball helps tone, sculpt and strengthen your core muscles, arms, legs and thighs. Experience a non-impact workout while improving balance and flexibility. Adds variety to your home workout and comfortably supports and cushions your body.
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Top Customer Reviews
Well, despite its simplicity, its a really FUN piece of exercise equipment and an absolutely GREAT way to change things up. For instance, if you're tired of doing sit-ups on the floor, well, try them on the ball (you'll see what I mean when you do). If you're tired of doing push-ups on the floor, just try them with your feet on the ball- then see how many push-ups you can do!
But be careful and use your judgement. While there's a lot of stuff you can do with this big ball, you COULD also get hurt if you're clowning around or trying something you're simply not in shape to do yet.
All-in-all, though, its especially nice for a change of pace or for an added challenge. Additionally, many therapists use balls like these for rehabilitation purposes, particularly back rehab, so there's really a lot you can do with it. If nothing else, pull it out after a long day at the office and stretch your back out over it- wow- does that ever feel good! Those who suffer with back pain might also be interested in Treat Your Own Spinal Stenosis. Have fun!
And my bicycle pump can't attach to the ball's valve, so I need to buy another pump. If I'd known this when I bought the ball I could have bought one had it shipped at the same time for free shipping. But now what? No ball until I spend another $25 or pay shipping on just a pump?
Inlcuding this pump is a very bad idea. The company is shooting themselves in the foot. They really should include either a pump that can actually inflate the ball, or none at all. The difference in price (for a working pump) is much less important than the difference between a happy customer and an annoyed and frustrated one. They clearly either have not tested what they're selling, or are intentionally including a worthless pump that costs them next to nothing just to be able to say it includes a pump. And why do they refer to it as a "dual action" pump and a "two way" pump? What, "push" and "pull" are two ways? How else would a pump work? What would a "single-action" or "one-way" pump be?Read more ›
The instructions for inflating the ball were also adequate and there was a measuring tape attached that helps to pump it up to the right amount. I would order a valeo ball again.