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Fitterfirst Professional 20" Rocker Board RB20

$139.99 $129.99

Fitterfirst Professional 20" Rocker Board

This professional rocker board from FitterFirst instantly is ideal for use at home or office to help maintain better balance skills. The more you use your Rocker Board, the better your agility and reaction skills become. This leads to greater confidence in daily activities and improved posture!

With a single-plane of tilt and a wide and stable stance, the Fitterfirst Professional Rocker Board is perfectly suited for beginners to balance training, seniors and those undergoing rehabilitation for knee, ankle and other leg injuries. Constructed from durable Baltic birch plywood and a urethane rocking base, the Rocker Board pitches back and forth across one plane and is adjustable to 10, 12 and 15 degrees for varying difficulties. This is a great balance board to start with for anyone who is not fully confident in their balance. Remember to keep your head up and eyes looking in front of you! A few of the benefits you will see from using the Rocker Board are:

20" Rocker Board Beginner - Single Plane for home or light commercial use.

  • 20" Birch Square with adjustable to 10, 12 and 15 degrees for varying difficulties.
  • Rocker Board pitches back and forth
  • Suitable for basic balance training and improving R.O.M.
  • Recommended for warm up squats and senior use.

Regular use of Rocker Boards give you:

  • Designed for professional use.
  • Greater confidence in sports and daily living.
  • Improved balance and coordination.
  • Better proprioceptive awareness for injury prevention.
  • Greater trunk and pelvic girdle stability.
  • Increased leg and ankle R.O.M.
  • Stability boards for core training.
  • More core and upper body strength with sitting and pushup exercises.
  • Improved posture and a better overall relationship with gravity.
  • Develop more confidence for sports and active living
  • Great skill building for all ages from 2 to 102
  • Improves ankle strength, range of motion, and helps prevent injuries
  • Excellent addition to your home gym
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Rocker Boards for Runners & Joggers
If you enjoy running competitively or just for fun, you will love the results you get from regular use of the Rocker Board. Research has proven that regular use of Wobble Boards will dramatically enhance your strength, R.O.M., stability and power in the push off cycle. It will help you reduce the risk of both sudden trauma and of over use injuries thanks to improved proprioception and greater strength in all muscles, tendons and ligaments. All this and more is just a wobble away if you make the decision to start using a Wobble Board during your daily routine. It takes virtually no effort and is like buying insurance against future injuries.

Rocker Boards At the Office
Use a rocker board as a foot rest under your desk and to stand on when you?re on the phone. It takes no extra time from your day and you will quickly enjoy the benefits of stronger ankles and better balance. It?s like improving your golf swing or strengthening your skiing while you work at your desk.

Balance Training for Seniors
Quality of life is often equated to quality of movement. Regular use of balance boards is a great way to maintain better balance and confidence.

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