The platform rests on four compression springs that either extend or compress depending on the user’s weight distribution and the placement of the hands and feet in relation to the center or fulcrum.
The spring compression and extension creates immediate instability, forcing a user to contract muscles in both the core musculature and the smaller stabilizing muscles around the joints. This results in increased blood and oxygen flow to the engaged areas, which could help improve healing, repairing, and strengthening of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and neural pathways, suggests a media release from StrongBoard Balance.
“In the simplest terms, Multi Spring Technology 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, improving posture, proprioception, and reaction time,” says Mike Curry, creator of the StrongBoard Balance, in the release.
StrongBoard Balance is available in six basic colors—red, white, blue, black, yellow, or orange. It is also available in four premium colors—pink, purple, green, and turquoise.
The StrongBoard Mini, designed for physical therapy, those recovering from injuries or neurological disorders, or for those afraid of heights or unsure about their balance, is 2 inches shorter than the StrongBoard Balance and features 4-inch compression springs in chrome. It also features Multi Spring Technology but with more rigidity, making it less reactive to weight distribution changes, per the release.
For more information, including pricing and how to order, visit StrongBoard Balance.
[Source(s): StrongBoard Balance, PRWeb]