Mats - Core and Balance
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Wed Sep 16 00:00:00 MDT 2009smleon2 Rating:3.0
A good value in a Chi Machine, but some things to note. The ankle rests are close together and you might be knock-kneed or a large person. An elderly user may want one that can start at a lower speed setting. The plastic swivel thing is useless; use an exercise mat for better movement. The instructions are minimal. Best for people who already understand Chi in Chinese Medicine, Tai Chi or Qui Quong.
Thu Jul 19 00:00:00 MDT 20073ruby267 Rating:4.0
Purple! My favorite color! The ball is made of a material that is quite stretchy, compared to other exercise balls (e.g. the ones at the gym). It comes with a hand pump that is easy to use, but the hose pops out before the ball is full. I used an air compressor (carefully) to fully inflate the ball. The slightly "sticky" surface (similar to a sticky mat) makes it easy to maneuver during exercises, but also attracts hair and dust. I will definitely purchase this item again, especially if/when my cat punctures this ball!
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