Wooden Balance Board

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ABC11925
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Serious about keeping fit? This Wooden Balance Board from Core Balance is just the ticket. Because it’s unstable to stand on, it helps to train your balance, strengthen your core, and improve your posture. The result? Better muscle coordination, so you can put in your best performance when you’re working out.

360-degree rotation 

The board has a rounded plastic base to rotate it 360-degrees and tilt it up to 5-inches in any direction. It’s perfect for practising calf stretches, circular drills, and other balance exercises. 

Use on any flooring 

The base is suitable for using on both carpeted and smooth surfaces – providing they’re nice and level! It has a medium balance difficulty rating to suit beginners and advanced users alike. 

Anti-slip surface 

An anti-slip surface provides a secure, comfortable grip to prevent your feet from slipping. The surface is comfortable to stand on with bare feet or trainers – whatever tickles your fancy! 

Alignment lines 

The deck also has alignment lines which make it look a bit like a sliced pizza. These help you to align your body correctly and easily find your centre of gravity when standing on the board. 

Strong plywood deck 

Don’t underestimate the power of plywood. Not only is it lighter than solid wood, but it has a unique cross-grain structure for superior strength, rigidity, and impact-resistance. Tasty! 

150kg weight capacity 

The board is capable of supporting a weight capacity of 150kg (23.6 stone). That’s the equivalent of 48,550 teabags – enough to make a cuppa for the entire population of Inverness! 

Lightweight and compact 

Lightweight and compact, the board is perfect for taking on your travels, so you can use it wherever life takes you. It weighs 1.4kg and has a diameter of approximately 40cm. 

Using it for exercise 

As well as using it for balance training, you can use the balance board to challenge your core whilst performing a variety of exercises, including push-ups, squats, and lunges. Nice! 

Using it for rehabilitation 

Balance training is low-impact, so it puts minimal strain on your joints and muscles. This makes the balance board great for strengthening your lower limbs if you’re recovering from an injury. 

Suitable for: 

  • Balance training to develop your core strength, balance, and posture
  • Challenging your core while doing push-ups, lunges, and other exercises
  • Lower limb and ankle strengthening exercises during rehabilitation 

Specifications: 

  • Plywood construction with PP base
  • Maximum tilt distance: 5” (approx.)
  • Diameter of board: 40cm (approx.)
  • Height of board: 8cm (approx.)
  • Maximum weight capacity: 150kg
  • Can be used for balance training, lower limb rehabilitation, and adding an extra challenge to squats, push-ups, and other exercises
  • Plywood deck has a diameter of 40cm (approx.) and is stronger than solid wood with a max weight capacity of 150kg (23.6 stone)
  • Rounded base allows you to rotate the deck 360-degrees and tilt it 5-inches in any direction to practise a variety of balance exercises
  • Anti-slip surface is suitable for standing on with bare feet or trainers and has alignment lines to help you find your stability and balance
  • Balance training helps to develop your core strength, balance, and posture to improve your mobility and reduce your risk of injury

Key Features:

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360° Rotation

Improves Core Strength and Posture

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Anti-Slup Surface

Secure Grip

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Alignment Lines

Position Your Body Correctly

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Plywood Deck

15kg Max Weight Capacity

  • Can be used for balance training, lower limb rehabilitation, and adding an extra challenge to squats, push-ups, and other exercises
  • Plywood deck has a diameter of 40cm (approx.) and is stronger than solid wood with a max weight capacity of 150kg (23.6 stone)
  • Rounded base allows you to rotate the deck 360-degrees and tilt it 5-inches in any direction to practise a variety of balance exercises
  • Anti-slip surface is suitable for standing on with bare feet or trainers and has alignment lines to help you find your stability and balance
  • Balance training helps to develop your core strength, balance, and posture to improve your mobility and reduce your risk of injury
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Boost your performance
Serious about keeping fit? Our wooden balance board is an essential bit of kit. Because it’s unstable to stand on, it helps to train your balance and improve your core strength and posture. The result? Greater muscle coordination, so you can put in your best performance when you’re working out.
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360-degree rotation
A rounded plastic base allows you to rotate the board 360-degrees and tilt it up to 5-inches in any direction to practise calf stretches, circular drills, and other balance exercises. Suitable for all types of flooring, it has a medium balance difficulty rating to suit beginners and advanced users alike.
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Anti-slip surface
An anti-slip deck provides a secure grip to prevent your feet from slipping. It’s comfortable enough to stand on with bare feet or trainers – whatever tickles your fancy! The deck also has alignment lines to align your body correctly and easily find your centre of gravity when standing on the board.
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Strong plywood deck
The deck is made from plywood which is lighter than wood and has a cross-grain structure for superior strength and rigidity. It’s capable of supporting up to 150kg (23.6 stone) – the equivalent of 48,550 teabags. Enough to make a cuppa for the entire population of Inverness!
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Lightweight and portable
The balance board weighs 1.4kg and has a diameter of 40cm (approx.) to accommodate users of all shapes and sizes. Lightweight and compact, it’s perfect for taking on your travels, so you can squeeze in some training during your break at work. Now that’s we call commitment.
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Exercises and rehabilitation
Balance training is low-impact and puts minimal strain on your joints and muscles. This makes our balance board great for lower limb rehabilitation as well as reducing your risk of injury. You can also use it to challenge your core whilst performing lunges, push-ups, and other exercises.
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A balance board is a circular board with a small, rounded base in the centre. The rounded base causes the board to wobble when you stand on it. This forces you to stabilise your muscles in order to keep the board balanced and prevent the edges touching the floor.

Balance boards are made from either reinforced plastic or plywood. Although plastic balance boards cost less, they’re not as strong and durable as a wooden balance board. A wooden balance board will last longer, so you can continue to use it for many years to come.

Stand with your feet hip-distance apart and pointing straight ahead. Ensure that your spine is in a neutral position and your posture is upright. Many boards have alignment lines to help you stand with your feet an equal distance apart and easily find your centre of balance.

Balance training develops your core strength, balance, and posture which helps to reduce your risk of injury when performing everyday activities. It’s also an excellent way to improve your muscle coordination, so you can perform exercises with better form and technique.

Yes. Physiotherapists often use a balance board to increase the muscle strength and joint mobility of people recovering from lower limb injuries, especially ankle sprains. There are lots of low-intensity exercises you can practise if you’re recovering from an ankle injury

The beauty of a circular balance board is that you can rotate it 360-degrees and tilt it in any direction. Tilting it forwards and backwards whilst retaining your balance is one of many ways you can develop strength and joint mobility without putting unnecessary strain on your ankles.

For the best results, we recommend using a balance board for 10 to 15 minutes a day. Don’t worry, you don’t have to do squats and other exercises on it every day. Standing on it whilst watching the television is enough to develop your core strength, balance, and posture.

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