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Yoga ball Balance Hemisphere Fitness for Gym Office Home

$60.99

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Introductions:
Do you want to use the scientific way to keep your body healthy? This Balance Hemisphere Yoga ball is suitable for you. It is a tool which is used to cooperate in sports fitness ball games. It is made of soft PVC and ABS materials, when the body contact with it, the internal inflatable fitness club evenly touches parts of the body to produce the massage effect, and will promote the blood circulation. It not only can help us effectively strengthen physical health, but also the effect of weight loss. Try it and make you more beautiful!

Features:
1. It is made of soft PVC and ABS materials, durable and non-toxic
2. Suitable for all people to exercise
3. Yoga ball movement has a strong interest
4. Help to training the balance ability of body
5. Has the massage effect 
6. Correct your posture
7. High quality with low price

Specifications:
1. Material: PVC & ABS
2. Color: Purple, Pink, Blue
3. Dimensions: (11.02 x 22.83)" / (28 x 58)cm (H x Dia.)
4. Pull Rope Length: 85cm
5. Load-bearing: 200kg / 440.92lbs
6. Weight: 5.6kg / 12.35lbs

Package Includes:
1 x Balance Hemisphere
2 x Pulling Ropes
1 x Inflatable Barrel

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