I purchased this board so that I could perform a specific rehabilitation exercise at home on days I couldn't get to the gym or was still in recovery phase. It supports my weight while doing the exercise without much of a problem, though not as well as the wooden incline boards. You might slip a bit on the surface if you don't wear shoes while using it. Others appear to be interested in incline boards so that they can perform calf stretches for other injuries. I have used the board for stretches but I wouldn't think you need an incline board for that. However, the variable elevations on this item make it a better value than the wooden incline boards. One additional benefit; it folds up nicely to store away when you are finished with it, and you can take it with you to workout if necessary.
This product is the best incline board I have used. I keep it at the highest incline and especially like the no slip pads. It is made to be versatile but without losing strength. If you need a product that can allow you to work at different incline ranges yet hold 350lbs or more. This is the product for you.
This is for my grandson who has a disability. He cannot hold his head up and he is 2 years old. He is feed through a tube. This will be a good chair for him for a while. It fit him perfectly.
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