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  • Spiky Balls Firm - Pair - Various Sizes
    Ideal for body massage, relieves tension and stimulates blood circulation. Sold in pairs.

    Spiky Balls Firm - Pair - Various Sizes

    €17.59
  • Gymnic FitBall Exercise Balls - Various Sizes
    FitBall Exercise Ball The FitBall® is an exercise ball that is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Exercise balls are a great way to improve endurance, posture, balance and mobility. FitBall’s are often referred to as pregnancy balls as they can be used to perform specific exercises to prepare the body for birth. Benefits Improves endurance, strength and mobility. Helps with posture, balance, body awareness and coordination. Ideal for home use. Can be used for group or individual exercise. Promotes functional movement for everyday life. Features Safe and strong - Supports 600lbs. Manufactured to CE standards. Burst Resistant Quality (BRQ) – soft, non-slip material which deflates slowly when punctured to prevent injury. Sized according to height. The following sizes are available in the FitBall: 55cm diameter: 155cm to 166cm tall 65cm diameter: 166 to 178cm tall 75cm diameter: 178 – 2m tall Pump sold separately see code 9904

    Gymnic FitBall Exercise Balls - Various Sizes

    €27.97
  • Togu Powerball ABS Gym Balls - Various Sizes
    The allrounder: sitball and training tool in one: absolutely burst proof through ABS What is a Powerball® ABS®?  It is an inflatable and burst proof gymnastic ball with a patented ABS Anti Burst System. The material called Crylon is odorless and very resilient (max load up to 500 kg/ ABS guarantee up to 90 kg). It is free of latex and contains no forbidden phthalates.  What is it good for? For safety while sitting or performing exercises due to its ABS System which makes it guaranteed burst proof up to 90 kg of dynamic load (See Explanation below). Sitting on the Powerball ABS can help to avoid back pain. Abdominal and back muscles can be strengthened through safe, efficient, and dynamic back and stability exercises.  How does it work? While sitting on the ball an upright posture is almost automatically assumed by the upper body. At the same time the pelvic floor-, abdominal and back muscles are inevitably being used for balancing. This permanent activity strengthens the muscles. Explanation ABS and Burst Proof The ABS System is a special molecular composition of the ball that prevents it from bursting even when punctured. The molecular structure does not allow a hole to grow rapidly faster and rip the ball apart. In case it becomes punctured the ball looses air slowly and leaves enough time for its user to get off safely. There is a difference between the total load a ball can withstand, and the maximum load that is allowed for the ball to stay burst proof even when harmed by an object. The Powerball ABS can withstand a weight of 500 kg if undamaged and is guaranteed burst proof up to 90 kg of weight when punctured. This weight is considered to be dynamic. That means a person moving on the ball can weigh up to 90 kg and the ball will not burst if punctured. Pump sold separately - see code 9904. Colour may vary.

    Togu Powerball ABS Gym Balls - Various Sizes

    €23.95
  • DuoPoint Ball
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    The DuoPoint Balls are the perfect solution for getting rid of shoulder, neck, back, hip, foot and leg pain. It is a great recovery tool used before and after workouts and works amazingly for massaging out trigger points or muscle knots. They are a perfect blend of firmness and softness and their compact size means you can hit pinpoint spots that other bulky tools like foam rollers can't.

    DuoPoint Ball

    €19.99
  • franklin-soft-balls-orange

    The Franklin soft balls are designed to provide deep muscle penetration without aggravating soft tissue.

    Franklin Balls can be used to relax tight muscles, stimulate blood circulation and increase muscle sensation. They also encourage flexibility and promote a general feeling of wellbeing.

    Franklin balls can release a number of muscles at once, based on the fact that our muscles have sheets of connective tissue (fascia) that run around and through our muscles.  


    Product Features

    • Original Soft Franklin Ball 
    • Smooth, soft textured, orange plastic ball
    • Phthalate free
    • Approximately 10cm diameter
    • Pre-inflated with valve for pressure adjustment
    • 2 balls per set

    Franklin Ball Soft orange pair

    €20.74
  • Sissel Spiky Balls - Pair - Various Sizes
    New
    The Sissel Spiky Massage Balls are ideal for body massage, relieving tension and stimulating blood circulation. These spiky massage balls are ideal for releasing trigger points and stretching out sore or tired muscles. These balls come as a pair and are available in 8cm (Yellow) & 9cm (Red)

    Sissel Spiky Balls - Pair - Various Sizes

    €15.67
  • Sissel Acupressure Mat
    New
    The Acupressure Mat activates increased blood circulation, and helps reduce muscle aches, tension, general stress, and sleep problems. Patients experiencing insomnia or other related sleep disorders can improve their inner calm and inspire relaxed sleep. You may lead treatment sessions in your office, but patients have total control over at-home treatment pressure and impact when using the SISSEL Acupressure Mat. This 2-piece mat is made from recycled TPE and is disinfected prior to arrival. Each upright spike features a rounded end to reduce patient discomfort.

    Sissel Acupressure Mat

    €72.29
  • Sissel Spiky Dome (set of 2 - Hedgehogs)
    designed to promote ankle stability increase shoulder girdle strength improve proprioception and co-ordination suitable for all ages and skill levels spiked surface, ideal for sensory stimulation easy to use with adjustable pressure massages the reflex points on the foot latex and phthalate free 16cm diameter set of two: one blue and one red

    Sissel Spiky Dome (set of 2 - Hedgehogs)

    €22.29
  • Trigger Point Balls (great for massage)
    Trigger Point Ball The Trigger Point Ball can be used to massage out trigger points and loosen tight muscles. The firm density means it gives a deep consistent massage while its small size makes it is ideal for targeting specific areas of the body. How to use Position the trigger point ball between your body and a rigid surface such as the floor or wall – depending on the area to be treated – and apply pressure by pressing your body against the ball. Whilst applying pressure roll your body up and down on the ball until the knot has released or “melted”. Trigger Point Ball Uses Plantar Fasciitis Neck Shoulders Back Chest Piriformis Calves

    Trigger Point Balls (great for massage)

    €9.99
  • Medicine Ball - Various Weights
    Medicine ball exercises are an important tool for developing sport-specific power. They can be used as part of a circuit training format or plyometrics program. In fact, upper body plyometric exercises are limited without their use. Strength training for sport, for the most part, is very different from bodybuilding. While a phase of the strength training program should focus on maximal strength development and occasionally hypertrophy, it is explosive power and/or strength endurance that should be the end-goal for most athletes. While there are various methods to increase power, a common element is speed of contraction. Medicine balls are relatively light allowing exercises to be performed explosively. Medicine ball exercises allow the athlete and coach to devise drills that closely match the movements within a particular sport. Taketennis trainingfor example. Mirroring the movement patterns of a forehand or backhand stroke with traditional free weights is difficult. Torso twists, where the ball is released to a partner incorporate many of the same muscle groups in the same firing pattern as a tennis forehand or backhand stroke. And of course medicine ball exercises are not limited to tennis. They have obvious application to sports such as: Athletics (field events), Baseball, Basketball, Football, Netball, Rugby, Squash and Racket ball, Soccer (goalkeepers), Volleyball Incorporating Medicine Ball Exercises into A Program Medicine ball exercises have their place in an overall strength program. That doesn't mean to say they should replace all forms of strength training however. Rather than following a medicine ball 'routine' as such, a more appropriate approach is to select a few exercises and incorporate them into a circuit or session designed to increase power and/or strength endurance. Remember also, that medicine ball exercises are effective and should only be selected if the closely mirror the movements within the sport. Athletes spend a great deal of time and energy training and all exercises should be chosen with care to ensure they make the very most if the training time available. The very best to incorporate medicine ball exercises into the overall conditioning program is to use the principle of periodization. By splitting the annual strength program into several phases, different elements of strength can be developed that will enhance the next phase of training. Medicine ball exercises used to develop explosive power will be more effective if they are performed after a phase of maximal strength training. The idea is that the more strength you have to work with, the more of it you can convert into sport-specific power. See the various sport sections on this site for more specific examples of how medicine ball exercises can be built into the conditioning program. General Guidelines Warm up thoroughly before starting a medicine ball routine. Ensure you have plenty of space and a competent training partner when performing these drills. Medicine ball exercises, as with other forms of power training, should be completed when you are fresh before heavy aerobic or anaerobic training if completed in the same day. Focus on speed of movement but not at the sacrifice of technique. Do not choose a ball that is so heavy it slows the movement of the exercise down. Complete 1-3 sets of 8-10 repetitions for each exercise. (This can vary however depending on the format of the session). When standing and throwing from behind the head, be careful not to hyperextend the spine too far. Sample Medicine Ball Exercises Kneel to Push Ups 1. Start Position: Your body will be in an upright position sitting on your knees.  2. Hold medicine ball at chest level. Keeping your torso erect fall forward and chest press the medicine ball to a partner or a wall.  3. Upon releasing the ball drop your hands to the floor and immediately complete a push-up.  4. Advanced athletes: To make this more challenging have a partner throw the ball back to you. You will have to explode up with the push-up so that you are back in the seated upright position on your knees. Your partner will throw the ball back to you and then repeat the exercise until the desired repetitions are met. 1. Starting Position: Stand on right leg and your arms are extended holding the medicine ball up and to your right. 2. Bring medicine ball down in a wood chopping motion towards your left foot.  3. During this place motion switch feet so your left foot is now on the ground and your right foot is in the air. Repeat this motion for the desired repetitions and then repeat in the opposite direction. Slams 1. Stand with feet parallel and knees slightly bent.  2. Pull medicine ball back behind head and forcefully throw ball down on the ground as hard as possible. 3. Catch the ball on the bounce from the ground and repeat according to prescribed repetitions. Figure of Eights 1. Start Position: Hold medicine ball with your arms extended over your right shoulder. 2. In one continuous motion bring the ball down in front of you like you are chopping wood and the ball should end towards your left foot. 3. Stand back up and raise the ball straight up over your left shoulder and now bring the ball down towards your right foot.  4. You will have to bend at your knees to complete this. 5. Return to starting position and repeat. Medicine Ball Lunge Crossovers 1. Stand with feet hip width apart. Take left leg and step back approximately 2 feet standing on the ball of the foot. 2. Start position: Feet should be positioned at a staggered stance with head and back erect and straight in a neutral position. Hold medicine ball in front of your chest. 3. Lower body by bending at hip and knee until thigh is parallel to floor. Body should follow a straight line down towards the floor. As you are lunging reach to one side of the leg with the ball. 4. Return to start position and repeat by reaching to the opposite side with the ball. Alternate or switch to other leg after prescribed reps. Russian Twists 1. Stand with feet hip-width apart. 2. Hold medicine ball with both hands and arms only slightly bent. 3. Swing ball over to the right hip and forcefully swing ball forward and around towards the left side. Reverse back in the opposite direction. Keep the stomach drawn in to maximize proper usage of muscle. Single Leg V-Ups 1. Start position: Lie back onto floor or bench with knees bent, both hands behind head. Keep elbow back and out of sight. Head should be in a neutral position with a space between chin and chest. 2. Leading with the chin and chest towards the ceiling, contract the abdominal and raise shoulders off floor or bench. Extend arms and also raise one leg up toward ceiling. 3. Return to start position. 4. Remember to keep head and back in a neutral position. Hyperextension or flexion may cause injury. To increase resistance, hold medicine ball in hands. To decrease resistance, position hand closer towards body Medicine Ball Obliques 1. Starting Position: Lie on your back and raise your legs with your knees bent.  2. Holding a medicine ball between your knees rotate your legs to the side and then return to the starting position. Repeat to the other side. Lateral Flexion w/ Stability Ball 1. Starting Position: Lie on your side over the stability ball and spread your legs for balance.  2. Hold a medicine ball over your head and curl up towards the ceiling. Lay back down across the ball and repeat the movement.  3. Repeat with the other side. Reverse Curls 1. Start position: Lie with back on floor or bench with hips flexed at 90° and feet in air holding onto a medicine ball. Position arms at sides with palms down on floor. 2. Leading with the heels towards the ceiling, raise glutes (butt) off floor or bench. 3. Return to start position. 4. Remember keep legs from swinging to prevent momentum throughout the exercise.

    Medicine Ball - Various Weights

    €16.95
  • Sissel Ball Stabiliser
    Stabilizer – for a safe workout! Holds the ball in place. Provides a feeling of security especially for pregnant women. Lets you do all pre-birth exercising (LamaS classes etc.) safely.

    Sissel Ball Stabiliser

    €27.51
  • Power Pump
    Powerful double action pump. The easiest way to manually inflate your Pilates ball. Comes with various nozzles which can used for a variety of uses such as inflatable beach toys, paddling pools and mattresses.

    Power Pump

    €26.41
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