Tested to exceed 1200 Kg
Slowly deflates when punctured
- Inflate the ball enough so that when you sit on it with your feet on the floor, your knees are parallel with or just above your hips.
- To make the exercises more difficult, add more air to the ball,
- The firmer it is the greater the challenge.
- Inflate it using the air pump provided and following the air pressure guidelines
Please read the instructions below before using the ball:
- Ensure you have sufficient space around the ball to exercise. Although the ball itself will take less room than a bench press you’ll still need roughly the same floor real estate once you are using it.
- As with any other physical activity, it is recommended you consult with your doctor when beginning any type of exercise program.
- Make sure you have enough grip on the floor.
- You will need to work to keep your balance whilst performing exercises on the ball, it is imperative that you have proper grip on the floor. Workout mats are not recommended as they may shift beneath you.
- Ensure you breathe whilst performing the exercises to avoid excessive strain.
- Discontinue any exercise that is uncomfortable or causes discomfort.
- Before each workout, check the ball for possible wear.
- Always perform a warm up prior to exercising.
- Perform exercises in a slow and controlled manor.
- Workout at an appropriate level.
Available in 3 sizes
- 45-cm fitness ball – Heigh 5’/1.52m
- 55-cm fitness ball – Height 5’1″ to 5’7″/1.55m-1.70m
- 65-cm fitness ball – Height 5’8″ and up/ 1.73m +
Exercise balls are essentially inflatable plastic balls and as such should be properly stored when not in use. Avoid storing them in very hot environments in which the air inside could expand beyond the stress levels which could ultimately cause the ball to burst and in cold environments, the air will contract.