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SPRI Slide Board (71" L x 20" W) with End Stops, Sliding Booties, Mesh Carrying Bag and Exercise Guide for Low Impact Balance Training (Skating, Hockey)
- SLIDE BOARD: This sliding balance board is a great tool for minimal impact exercises that are light on the knees and joints, but with high intensity to tone your upper and lower body, abs & glutes
- BALANCE TRAINING: Slide training can be used in a variety of exercises for improving balance and stability
- SUPER SMOOTH GLIDE: The PVC slide board glides with ease and features bumpers on each end for extra safety and security while sliding
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The SPRI Slide Board is a great tool for someone looking for a minimal impact exercise that is light on the knees and joints, but with high intensity to tone your upper and lower body, abs & glutes. The PVC slide board glides with ease and features bumpers on each end for extra safety and security while sliding. Slide board (71"L x 20"W) rolls up for easy storage in a 32" x 11" mesh carrying bag. Slide training can be used in a variety of exercises for improving balance and stability. Includes a pair of over-the-shoe booties (One size fits most - 11" x 6"), carrying bag with strap and an exercise guide to help get you started!
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First it came in one day, probably just lucky where I live. Yes it wants to curl because it's been stored in a box, so role it the other way to store it or fold it over for storage so you don't need to roll it. The bag and booties are good and the slide itself is very slick. It needs to be slick or you can't slide. Now, if you have animals, dog hair, floor dust etc., you need to be careful not to transfer this to the board with your booties or by rolling it up. Keep it clean it should stay slick.
I am a 5'5" female, 59 years old and very fit. If the board were any more narrow it'd be too narrow. If it were any longer I would probably have difficulty getting myself from one side to the other. A little push off and arm movement is needed, you can lift and twist a knee and get a good ab workout. This is an excellent workout for legs, specifically inner thigh, excellent core, balance and cardio. I recall it will not work well on carpet, so some kind of hard surface is really needed.
So I got 45 minutes in on it within an hour of it showing up at the house. Ice storm outside. Very pleased with the purchase, and I will update if I encounter any negative issues.
UPDATE: After using this just two times it became difficult to slide. I washed the board and rinsed out the booties and was really surprised how much dust accumulated. Anyway, I have a simple solution to getting the board "like new." Take a piece of waxed paper and rub it on the slide and on the bootie bottoms. Use the bootie bottoms to move the waxed paper. Then very CAREFULLY begin sliding again, super slick. If you've been pushing hard to navigate the entire less slick board, just know the waxed paper will make it "like new" slick again and you won't need to push off as hard to get to the other side. Still very happy in Chicago with another indoor workout option. It's still stupid cold here.