Balance For Muscular Symmetry
Train for incredible fitness and body shaping results in the shortest possible time span with the amazing Rooboard. This small piece of fitness equipment has been designed to enhance body weight training and isolate specific muscle groups.
The balance and stability component forces the user to engage the core and stabilizer muscles while performing a multitude of exercises. This increases the intensity and just as important; keeps you focused on your form.
Exercises can be performed as specific muscle group routines or as high intensity interval workouts(HIIT). The beauty of this product is in its small size, adaptability and durability. It has been designed for total body training.
All the body weight workouts are available here and new videos are being published monthly.
The Rooboard replicates many of the exercises that can be performed on a balance cushion, gym ball, slant board, balance board, stability disc and fitness step. But individually it has many more exercise options than the other products.
It is one of only a few fitness products to be supported by it own website and comes with many free workouts and videos to get you started.
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Combine Balance And Stability With Power
Balance training on the Rooboard places an emphasis on muscular symmetry and postural control. By identifying your imbalances and strengthening these weaknesses you will improve your posture and core strength as well as the way your body moves around its centre of gravity. Building a strong core is essential to prevent lower back pain and ward off a possible injury.
Strengthening your core and specifically the obliques will also help you to develop a perfect posture and killer abs as explained by Kellan Lutz in Mens Health. “Staying upright on a horse is harder on your abs than anything and swinging a sword around really hits your core as well as your arms,” he says. Granted, there are no swords or horses at your gym, but the point is that for unreal abs you need genuine instability.”