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on November 20, 2016
Expected it to be more rounded on the bottom to allow more rocking without tipping, also I had to attach no slip material to it as it literally slid on every single surface. I cannot figure out why there are bumps on the top to keep your feet planted firmly as they prevent you from doing yoga with yoga shoes on or barefoot and the whole board slides anyway because the bottom is slick. The bumps on the surface are fairly prominent and you can feel them through shoes that do not have much of a sole. Once I gave in to the fact that I had to attach a no slip material to the bottom and wear sneakers to do my yoga, it was OK for me. I had hoped for a better experience. I am looking to replace this item with a better one.
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Top Contributor: Coloringon February 11, 2017
I am currently in a wheelchair. My legs get cold since I don't generate a lot of body heat. I use this board to move my legs and feet to help with keep warm and also movement reduces swelling. It doesn't make noise or roll away so I use while watching TV. It would be good to use while on the computer also. It is not large or bulky so it would fit under a desk. I do wish I had bought a smoother one, it would feel better on my feet but then my feet would probably slide off..
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on January 31, 2016
Let me first say that my kids (and husband) have used the two balance boards I got them every day since they opened them on Christmas morning. Still, I expected the two boards I purchased to last for years, not one month. A few weeks ago the blue circle in the center cracked. Yesterday it broke open, making the board no longer safe for my kids to use. The sharp crack will definitely cut their feet. The price on these is tempting - but pass on for a different brand.
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on July 19, 2016
Great with a standing desk! I use this with my standing desk for several hours a day. It is comfortable, difficulty level is low, so easy to do while working. It doesn't take much effort to maintain balance, so may not be a good choice if you are looking for a demanding balancing act! But its high stability is good for my needs - long periods of low intensity wobbling during my day. At the end of my day, my legs are slightly sore (only been using it a week), but my feet don't ache like they did when I was just standing on the floor all day and hopefully all those micro movements will tone me and burn off extra calories!
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on January 12, 2016
I used a different brand during Christmas and loved it. I saw this one listed on Amazon and decided to take a chance. Sadly, it didn't measure up...

The board is extremely slick. On the other one, I could stand on it in my slippers or socks with no problem. The nubs/nodules on the top of this board are pretty much worthless. I need to grab onto a chair or other furniture when first standing on it, otherwise my feet slide off (which could be dangerous). Even then it can be a crap shoot! Trying to stand on it without the use of something is far too difficult- I could easily climb on the other one.

It doesn't take much effort to balance- If you've managed to stand on it without slipping (a major feat), keeping your balance requires little to no effort. I was able to lunges and ab twists with little trouble, which should have made the board all over the place. It did move a little bit, but nowhere like it should have.

If I had to do it over again, I'd probably go with a wooden one or something with better grips. This one works better if you are doing a plank, push ups, or something where you are not standing on it.
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VINE VOICEon September 5, 2016
My PT suggested I invest in a wobble board and suggested a plastic $15 board from Amazon, so I ordered this. I nearly kill myself with each use. This is way tippier than the wood boards, even when used in a yoga mat which damps down the motion. You absolutely need a support you can grab- not a wall, but a high bar or handholds. I use the arms on my vibration platform. If you are young and quite fit this may be okay, handhold advice still holds. For those of us who are older and less ripped, a lower wood wobble board would be safer. It does hold a lot of weight, which I worried about but injury seems a distinct possibility.
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on January 26, 2015
These are great...look around I think these are the best price for these I could find. I use them to improve my balance while doing Wing Chun (Kung Fu) forms, bit awkward at first...but getting better and really is helping me "root" my stance better.
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on December 5, 2015
Performs as expected.

I have MS, so my balance is off and I have some foot drop in my left leg.

I use this product to improve my movement and flexibility as well as my balance. Because my balance is bad, I like the fact that this has a flatish bottom. It's not completely flat, but enough so that it is a challenge for me to maintain my balance.

I also use it in ways to improve my stride and to improve my flexibility in my ankles.
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon July 1, 2016
You can feel the muscles working when you are on it. However, I would never recommend this board to an elderly person. The risk of falling is very high. Additionally, the top surface is very slippery if you use barefoot and/or socks. You need to use shoes on it.
Apart from this, it is good for its price. Excellent delivery time from this seller for Prime Members.
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on August 17, 2017
I feel like the portion under the board where you balance is too wide, it makes it extremely easy to balance. I take balance and after a 9 hour shift my balance is awful, I was hoping practicing on a balance board would help but this was really a waste of money.
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