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STRONGBOARD BALANCE BOARD
StrongBoard Balance is a one-of-a-kind, premiere balance board for all levels of fitness enthusiasts. Designed to complement and intensify users’ favorite workout routines, StrongBoard Balance utilizes MULTI SPRING TECHNOLOGY™ (MST). MST works with your body to deliver the perfect amount of stimulation to keep your core musculature and stabilizing muscles engaged and contracted, while training your central nervous system, expediting calorie burn, improving posture, proprioception and reaction time.
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What is strongboard?
StrongBoard Balance employs patented multi-spring technology which promises users will never find a point of stabilization. Compressing under any weight bearing load, including the human body, StrongBoard’s springs are both reactive and dynamic. Featuring over 180 degrees of tilt in every single direction, simply standing on StrongBoard requires total core engagement.
Unlike other balance devices on the market, StrongBoard Balance offers a flat, rigid platform, and it’s perfect for standing on one foot or two, planking on one hand or two, and v-sit exercises. Designed by ACE certified personal trainer, Mike Curry and a team of engineers, StrongBoard is easy and safe to get on and off, and it’s flat platform protects joints and surrounding ligaments from unnatural supination or strain, allowing the user to mimic real-life movements in all positions.
How is strongboard different?
UNLIKE ANY OTHER DEVICE IN THE HEALTH AND FITNESS INDUSTRIES, STRONGBOARD BALANCE UTILIZES MULTI SPRING TECHNOLOGY™
You can’t argue with science:
STRONGBOARD BALANCE® is comprised of four springs centered between a platform and a base. The springs act as a fulcrum, and create a first class lever system. This operates very much like a seesaw, but with 360 degrees of tilt around the fulcrum providing Unlimited Dynamic Articulation. When you put a living, breathing, human being on the platform, each of the four springs either compress or extend (Hooke’s Law) depending on the distribution of weight, and the placement of hands or feet in relation to the center, creating immediate instability and forcing muscle contraction.
When the body’s equilibrium is challenged, it acts to stabilize by way of involuntary muscle contractions in both the core musculature and the smaller stabilizing muscles around the joints, which result in joint inflexions.