At Complete Care Shop, we stock a variety of different types of exercise balls to best fit your needs. From traditional exercise balls to Physio Roll balls with added stability and a reduced range of motion, you can find your ideal rehabilitation aid at Complete Care Shop.
Shop exercise balls at Complete Care Shop to find the right-sized ball for your preferred exercises. Small exercise balls are ideal for Pilates and resistance training and can easily be popped into a gym bag and transported. Larger gym balls are great for sitting on to improve core stability. Whatever the exercise, you’ll be able to find the perfect-sized exercise ball for your needs at Complete Care Shop.
Exercise balls are great for use in rehabilitation and physical therapy. The gentle support and instability provided by our exercise balls make them ideal for individuals recovering from injuries or seeking to improve their balance and flexibility. At Complete Care Shop we can provide you expert advice so you know what exercise ball is best for your needs.
Exercise Balls FAQs
Exercise balls are versatile tools suitable for users of all fitness levels, including beginners. They provide a gentle and effective way to improve strength, balance and flexibility, making them ideal for those starting their fitness journey or with limited mobility.
Inflating your exercise ball is a straightforward process. Simply insert the pump into the ball's valve and start pumping until the ball reaches the desired size. Be sure not to over inflate the ball, as this may cause it to burst. We recommend referring to the inflation guidelines provided with the exercise ball for precise instructions. Once properly inflated, ensure the valve is securely closed to maintain the ball's stability during workouts.
Exercise balls are excellent tools for enhancing core strength and stability due to their unstable surface. When performing exercises on the exercise ball, your core muscles are engaged to maintain balance and stability, working in tandem with other muscle groups. This constant engagement helps strengthen the deep muscles of the abdomen, lower back and pelvis, promoting better posture and overall core strength.