Exercise Ball FAQ

The Exercise Ball was originally developed by a chiropractor named Dr. Randy Weinzoff based on his philosophy of ‘vitality through total alignment of the whole being’.

Known also as a Swiss ball or Pilates ball or Stability ball, exercise balls greatly alleviate the aching back, legs and arms syndrome that comes from your working at a desk for hours. The Exercise Ball Chair is designed for people between 5-feet and 5-feet 11-inches tall. This unique ‘chair’ employs the same balance fitness ball used in your workout routine, but with it you also get an adjustable support bar, easy-glide casters, an air pump, and a desktop guide to get you started on your workout. It goes a long way to give you a solution to build a healthier back, relieve the pain, and improve your overall well being.

The Exercise Ball Chair can be an effective tool for strengthening your core muscles and improving your spinal alignment. The height of the back of the exercise ball chair is 2.5 feet tall, and the base measures 20 inches wide from one side of the wheels to the other. The exercise ball chair comes with 2 locking casters and 2 regular ones. The locking casters go on the back of the balance ball chair. Some assembly is required and once assembled, has a 300-pound weight capacity.

The Exercise Ball Chair
The innovative Exercise Ball Chair lets you reap the benefits of the popular Balance Ball that most folks already use in their workouts, but this time, it’s right at your workspace. The patented design lets you do tension-relieving techniques while seated in the ball chair, or you can simply remove the ball to stretch and strengthen key muscles without a trip to the gym. These simple exercises help relieves stress on the spine, helps prevent back discomfort and repetitive motion disorders, and helps prevent health issues related to poor posture.

It also illustrates how non-impact strengthening exercises and stretching can keep you active, even on busy work days. When you sit on the Exercise Ball Chair, the fitness ball acts as a shock absorber and eases your body into an ergonomic position. When your muscles become stiff or whenever you want a break, simple exercises will help you relax, build strength and foster a wide range of health benefits. Exercises performed with a Stability Ball in the chair, offer maximum support, stability and convenience. Exercises performed with a Stability Ball out of the chair, allows a greater range of movement.

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