TOGU® Dynair® Ball Cushions® XXL with actisan
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Produkt-Vorteile im Überblick
- Improves balance, coordination and strength at the same time
- Coordination training at the highest level
- Order number: 10334
The Dynair XXL ball cushion of the actisan Studio Line - made in Germany - enables power out and recovery, stability and dynamics in coordination training at the highest level - new with antimicrobial effective material especially for group courses in training and therapy. Standing exercises only within the framework of therapeutic application.
Actisan offers a reliable hygienic solution for group training: The innovative actisanized material is highly effective against bacteria and other microorganisms on an ionic basis. The device disinfects itself harmlessly for humans and is more efficient than common wipe disinfections. The material retains its full effectiveness for a period of over five years.
Expert opinion of Dr. med. Gerrit Sommer, Team Physician of the German Snowboard - National Team FA of General Medicine / Sports Medicine / Chiropractic / Naturopathy:
"We use the Dynair XXL ball cushion in the training of the national snowboard team because of its unique ability to simultaneously combine coordination and strength training with one or both legs. The Dynair Ball Cushion XXL is ideal for free stabilisation training as well as for training on equipment, e.g. rope pull or leg press, in order to improve the motion sequences under force load. In addition, training with the Dynair XXL ball cushion in the coordinative area is simply fun"
Tested and recommended by the forum: Healthy back - better live registered association and the Federal association of the German back schools (BdR) registered association.
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- Dimensions: approx. 50 cm diameter
- Weight: 2.500 g
- Load capacity: approx. 500 kg
*If you have any complaints, ask your doctor or physiotherapist for advice before starting training.