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|by C. Harris "teacher"||Date Added: Friday 29 August, 2014|
My physical therapist had me using one of these to build flexibility and strength in my shoulder after surgery. Using it to roll circles on the wall is an intense exercise. The nubs on the ball keep it from slipping on the wall and on my hand. It works really well.
|by Mary E. Wild||Date Added: Friday 04 April, 2014|
A great upper back stress reliever. I can be used on the floor and in a recliner. Has a funny smell though.
|by D. Yang||Date Added: Wednesday 31 July, 2013|
I inflated my ball so that it was only about half full of air. I can lay over it with my lower back on it and massage my lower back. The spines can get a little uncomfortable if you lay on it for more than 5 minutes.
|by Nancy||Date Added: Monday 08 July, 2013|
I needed a ball this size to put into my exercise routine. The picture instructions are helpful also, it is easy to store.
|by Chet C Longaker||Date Added: Thursday 20 June, 2013|
Ball must be inflated prior to use. To what pressure? If not to a pressure, then how to determine comfort level for me and my weight? Color brochure shows a lady in various positions with the Sensyball but no explanation of what the intended outcome of that exersise should be. This product begs for a how to use it type of brochure.
|by Rick G. "Rick"||Date Added: Saturday 08 June, 2013|
The ball does what it's supposed to do, but make sure you have a needle inflator. The one they send with the ball will only thread into a tube style bicycle hand pump. Get a traditional American style needle inflator.