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Revolution FIT 3-in1 board improves dynamic balance in a variety of ways. Love!
on May 20, 2015
I've had the Revolution FIT 3-in-1 for several months now and love using it! I'm glad I went with the 3-in-1 because I was researching online to find equipment to improve my stability for running long distance, snowboarding and potential surfing lessons. The semicircular foam roll functions well as a stability wedge when paired with the board, saving me the trouble of shelling out an indecent amount of money just for a separate stability wedge. Same thing goes for the inflatable wobble pad. Paired with the roller, the Revolution board offers similar function to the Indo Board, which I also bought and tested out. I would say as a beginner user of such types of boards, I felt safer with the Revolution board because the diameter of its roller is smaller than the Indo Board, but offers the same freedom of movement because there are no guide tracks on the bottom of either boards. There are small wooden pieces beneath both boards near the top and bottom edges, which prevent the roller from rolling completely out from under the boards when you are on it, so that's good. The Revolution board's dense foam surface lining is nicer to stand on barefoot and has a similar width to a snowboard or skateboard. I'd say the Indo Board has a shape similar to a mini surfboard and has a rougher sandpaper-like texture. When I'm on the Revolution board, it challenges my abdominal and leg muscles to maintain tone and improves my dynamic balance abilities. I also tend to use the Revolution Board indoors more because I don't feel that it would pitch me far off the board if I were to lose balance on it vs with the Indo board, which has a higher incline due to the wider roller. Love my Revolution board!