Use these boards for exercises to help you hone your balance and stability.Use these boards for exercises to help you hone your balance and stability.Use these boards for exercises to help you hone your balance and stability.
The Indo Board was created over 30 years by surfer and skateboarder Hunter Joslin. This set comes with the board and roller that features a 30” X 18” oval deck that is coated with a non-slip surface and roller that will help you improve your stability, agility, coordination, and core strength.
This board is made of high-quality wood covered in a grippy TPE material that also comes with removable stoppers to help you lock yourself in without fear of slipping. You can also adjust the distance for different levels of challenge underneath the board.
The Bosu is an iconic staple in balance training. It’s only 4 pounds, and the dome is made of a thick, heavy-duty bladder of latex-safe, burst-resistant material. The base is also non-slip, so you can use it for any type of balance work.
This Revbalance board is slightly oversized, which is great for bigger guys looking to hop on. It has a magnetic adjustable roller stop system to prevent your from falling. It also has an extended roller for heel-to-toe and side-to-side training.
The Skill Board will challenge your balance on a whole new level. Instead of a roller, it uses a pneumatic ball that allows for a full 360° range of motion to really put your core and stability to the test.
This circular balance board has a large surface area and holds up to 660 pounds (but remember, you shouldn’t be loading up heavy weights when you use it). An anti-slip surface on both its top and bottom helps you to keep your footing, too.