Exercises On Tap
Balance training is functional. This means we are engaging several muscle groups at the same time using a natural flow and transition through the movements. Strength training usually involves isolating a single muscle while we apply stress to it. When we add the exercises for balance we also engage the stabiliser muscles.
Balance and stability training will improve our posture, lower back strength, reactions, range of motion and functional strength. It will also improve our sporting performances. For sports like surfing, snowboarding and skating, balance training should be a vital part of every training program.
The Rooboard balance board has been designed to make balance training fun, affordable and portable. The small size means it can be transported easily. The non sink design also means it can be used on almost any surface. It can be used for balance, core, HIIT and strength workouts making it the most versatile balance board on the market.
Designed by Londoner Mason Gilmour-Platt to stay in shape for surfing while working hundreds of miles from the ocean, the Rooboard combines the functionality of many pieces of fitness equipment in a single portable package.
The Rooboard creates instability which forces the stabiliser muscles to engage, which in turn increases the intensity of the exercises performed. This means shorter body weight workouts for increased gains.
From targeted muscle group exercises for core and balance to HIIT and sports specific workouts the Rooboard can compliment your existing training sessions or become your single piece of goto fitness equipment.
The compact size and unique design features mean the Rooboard can be used in almost any location at any time of day. These muscle hacks will change the way you approach your muscular training and schedule your workout sessions.
The Rooboard is being used in offices, gyms and homes in UK. It has disrupted the exercise beliefs of many people and completely shifted perceptions of core and balance training to improve posture and prevent lower back pain.