Rocker boards are widely used in fitness and physical therapy. They come in smaller sizes than the office balance boards and provide a greater level of instability, making for great tools of physical therapy and fitness conditioning. If you want to add more challenge to your workout, these rocker boards are worth to look into.
Top Balance Trainer Reviews
Balance trainers are a good way to improve your balance and stability, if you are looking to take on extreme sports like skateboarding or snowboarding or if you have an interest in surfing and dancing, but can they really replace sturdy, office balance boards?
FluidStance’s The Plane Balance Board Review
Just like the other products in the brand’s collection, The Plane comes with an arching base that allows the board to pivot, lending it omnidirectional movement. Built with a slightly smaller deck, it is marketed as a ‘similar ride in a tighter eco-friendly package’.
FluidStance The Level Balance Board Review
From what we have seen of the board so far, it seems like it is a solid investment for those who want to bring style into their working space. The board’s hardwood floor finish and die-cast aluminum frame leave a profound impression on the users.
Fitterfirst Active Office Balance Board Review
Made exclusively with the Canadian-sourced wood, the board features four adjustable non-marking foam legs that allow variety in movement as well as lend you some cushioning while standing. Velcro strips hold the square pads in place.
Pono Ola ‘Pono Board’ Review
Thanks to inflatable ball legs, the board has some degree of adjustability, meaning you can regulate the level of instability, depending on the activity. Pressure in the balls can be adjusted with a complementary pump, but must not exceed 15 lbs psi.