Pro Fitness Peanut Stability Ball Reviews
Product Type: Pro Fitness Fitness
Newest Review: ... you are not putting unnecessary staring on injured or weak muscles. The Pro Fitness Peanut Stability Ball is also good for ... more
Customer Pro Fitness Peanut Stability Ball Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/05/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
As you may see from a previous review I have an exercise ball at home which I use from time to time, I do sometimes suffer with a pulled muscle in my back which plays up occasionally making certain exercises a bit difficult, however I hate not being able to go up the gym or do any exercise so I had a hunt around for an alternative exercise method which I could do when my back was playing up a bit, that was when I came across he Pro Fitness Stability Peanut Ball, after reading a bit about it, it sounded perfect for what I was looking for. What is the Peanut Stability Ball? It is basically the same as a regular stability ball however as the name suggests ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I purchased this from my local Argos Clearance store basically its a warehouse where Argos send there stuff which hasn't sold or is in a battered box they wouldn't get away with selling in shop. Mine cost me a small £1.50 bit of a bargain. I already own a exercise ball and I thought this would be similar. In the box you get the peanut ball and a tube with pump action. The peanut ball was easy to inflate the tube comes with 2 an insert piece which you push into the ball then pump the the ball with the yellow pump. The peanut ball went up in around 4-5 minutes which is quite along time for what it is. Once up I was a little disapointed it was no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
Recently I decided to buy a Peanut shaped stability ball and while trawling the internet for one I found this Pro Fitness one on ebay for £7.98 including p&p. I bought it immediately and looked forward to its arrival. What is it? The peanut stability balls are particularly useful for those of us in rehabilitation. So for people like me with injuries they are supposed to be a safer alternative than the traditional round stability balls. This is because if you lay on the peanut with it behind you widthways you only have to control the forward and back movement of the peanut and not the side to side movement and if you lay on it lengthways you only ... Read the complete review
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