Mit dem Aufruf des Videos erklären
Sie sich einverstanden, dass Ihre Daten an YouTube
übermittelt werden und dass Sie die Datenschutzerklärung
The original Dynair ball cushion - made in Germany - is an air-filled and dynamic training device. It is considered an uncomplicated and space-saving alternative to the big ball and is used as an base for back and fitness training in sitting, standing and lying position. TOGU gives a 30-year manufacturer warranty on the original Dynair ball cushion.
What does the application do?
A healthy, strong back and a stable body center. The back is effectively and easily relieved and trained on the side. The intervertebral discs are gently kept in motion and the muscles of the spine are trained. The upright posture can be optimized. In addition, the following effects occur during so-called sensorimotor training (interaction between nervous and muscular system): Improvement of the nervous system, concentration and coordination, joint stability and movement sequences in general.
How does it work?
Dynamic sitting and training is made possible by the air filling, the special shape and the special high-quality material: minimal movements are constantly and immediately transferred to the body. This involuntarily trains the deeper lying back muscles and the sensorimotor system. In contrast to sitting on rigid surfaces, these deeper lying muscles, which are so important for the stability of the body, are also trained. Besides, it can be used everywhere - at home, in the office or while travelling - and it allows training without any additional time expenditure.
"The balance cushion is really perfect because I don't have room for a big ball. The first time you use it, all you feel is this wobbly thing underneath you. But after a short time you get used to the new feeling and realize: Something is happening to my body! I sit more upright, I always compensate and feel my back muscles.
Dimensions: approx. 33 cm diameter
Weight: approx. 850 g
Load capacity: approx. 200 kg
Tested and recommended by the Forum: Gesunder Rücken - besser leben e.V. and the Federal Association of German Back Schools (BdR)
Further information here.