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The Physique Wobble Air Cushion is an inflatable, extremely strong balance cushion that is designed to provide an unstable surface for strength and rehabilitation exercises. It also can be used to help aid better posture and core stability to ease and prevent pack pain.
Made from a robust and durable PVC material the balance cushion features a smooth side and a prickled. The smooth side provides an anti-slip surface while the prickled tiny bump side is designed to give a comfortable massage effect and stimulate sensory receptors.
The Physique Wobble Air Cushion combines the great design of a Balance Pad and Massage Cushion all in one, delivering the ideal exercise and rehab tool.
The Physique Wobble Air Cushion is suitable for a range of general exercises and can be used in the gym, class, treatment room or home to help promote correct posture, improve core stability and balance and to improve overall flexibility and range of motion.
Simple to inflate with a Gym Ball Pump, it can also be used to aid rehabilitation following an injury, illness or operation.
Plus, with our amazing 4 For 3 Deal, you can mix & match our Wobble Air Cushion with any qualifying item, including Physique Gym Balls, Soft Pilates Ball, Yoga & Pilates Products and other Exercise & Rehab Products.
Measuring 35cm in diameter, the Physique Wobble Air Cushion has the space to allow 2 feet. It offers a superior range, so when inflated the instability is increased for greater dexterity.
Featuring spiky dimples on one side, it also gives a relaxing massage sensation for the feet.
An excellent piece of equipment, substituting for several separate items, and a good size for domestic use. Well made and robust, easy to inflate/deflate and store.
12 March 2020
Excellent product, excellent price
mrs deborah willmott
14 October 2015