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Natural Fitness 300 lb Burst Resistant Exercise Ball - Slate

Natural Fitness 300 lb Burst Resistant Exercise Ball - Slate - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Maximize your workout experience with the Natural Fitness® 300 lb Burst Resistant Exercise Ball. This exercise ball can help to improve your core strength and help to build a healthy lifestyle. With a firm, comfortable surface, the material used is non-toxic and phthalate-free. It holds up to 300 lbs and can be used for a wide variety of workouts.

  • Burst resistant exercise ball holds up to 300 lbs
  • Non-toxic and phthalate-free used for fitness, core stability, yoga, Pilates and balance
  • Latex free
  • Helps improve back and core strength
  • Includes an exercise instruction chart, a fast pump and two inflation plus
  • Manufacturer's 90 day limited warranty
  • Model: FBREB75S
  • Natural Fitness

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 312-265-6771.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 13313171

Customer Reviews:

Natural Fitness 300 lb Burst Resistant Exercise Ball - Slate 5 5 1 1
High quality Just by touching the material you can tell it's very high quality. I didn't feel concerned about adding weights while on the ball because I could tell the ball could handle it! The hand pump works well, though it does take a while to fully inflate (we'll just say it's a good arm workout). The workout guide it mentions is just a half-sheet of cardboard with 5 exercises on it. The box said that the 75cm ball is for people who are 6'2" and taller, but I felt this was a better option for me (I'm 5'6") because I have bad knees, so any workouts I do while laying on a larger ball (on my back) will put less pressure on them. I can also get a larger incline while doing pushups. It's a great ball if you have room for it--it is quite large. November 5, 2014
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