balance board balance plate

  • Non-slip polypropylene construction enhances perfect balance.
  • It can bear weight up to 136 kg.
  • Extra wide 40cm diameter and 10cm height provide stable single plane posture
  • A sturdy rubber bottom that tilts 15 degrees provides stability on different surfaces.
  • 360-degree rotation is ideal for unlimited practice

balance board balance plate

  • Non-slip polypropylene construction enhances perfect balance.
  • It can bear weight up to 136 kg.
  • Extra wide 40cm diameter and 10cm height provide stable single plane posture
  • A sturdy rubber bottom that tilts 15 degrees provides stability on different surfaces.
  • 360-degree rotation is ideal for unlimited practice
ITEM NO.YL-FA-501
MaterialPP+TPE
LogoCustomed logo
Dia40CM
Packing1P/COLOR BOX
Weight1100g

Balance board balance plate materials

MaterialTypeCharacteristicsUses
WoodPlywood, Solid Hardwood
  • High durability
  • Firm, stable surface
  • Visually appealing
  • Natural feel
Higher-end balance boards and plates
PlasticHDPE, ABS Plastic
  • Good durability
  • Lighter than wood
  • Various colors and designs
  • Can be less natural in feel
Entry-level balance boards and plates
Composite MaterialsWood fibers and Plastic
  • Very high durability
  • Good stability and flexibility
  • Resistant to moisture and temperature changes
  • Comfortable and stable
Mid-to-high range balance boards
MetalAluminum, Steel
  • Extremely high durability
  • Firm, stable surface
  • Heavier and less portable
  • Industrial look
Specialty balance boards for professional settings

Balance boards and balance plates are tools used for improving balance, stability, and core strength. They come in various materials, each offering different characteristics in terms of durability, performance, and feel. Here’s a breakdown of common materials used and the differences between them:

Common Materials

  1. Wood
    • Type: Typically plywood or solid hardwood.
    • Characteristics:
      • Durability: High; can withstand significant weight and impact.
      • Performance: Provides a firm, stable surface; slight flexibility in some types of plywood.
      • Aesthetics: Often more visually appealing, can be finished or painted.
      • Feel: Natural and comfortable underfoot.
    • Uses: Common in higher-end balance boards and plates aimed at both beginners and advanced users.
  2. Plastic
    • Type: High-density polyethylene (HDPE), ABS plastic.
    • Characteristics:
      • Durability: Good; resistant to cracking and breaking, but less durable than wood.
      • Performance: Typically lighter than wood, can be molded into various shapes for specific uses.
      • Aesthetics: Available in a wide range of colors and designs.
      • Feel: Can feel less natural; might be slippery if not textured.
    • Uses: Often used in entry-level balance boards and plates due to lower cost.
  3. Composite Materials
    • Type: Combination of wood fibers and plastic or other synthetic materials.
    • Characteristics:
      • Durability: Very high; designed to combine the best properties of wood and plastic.
      • Performance: Offers good stability and flexibility, resistant to moisture and temperature changes.
      • Aesthetics: Can mimic the look of wood with added benefits of plastic.
      • Feel: Generally comfortable and stable.
    • Uses: Mid-to-high range balance boards, offering a balance of performance and durability.
  4. Metal
    • Type: Aluminum, steel.
    • Characteristics:
      • Durability: Extremely high; can support very heavy weights without bending or breaking.
      • Performance: Provides a very firm, stable surface; might be heavier and less portable.
      • Aesthetics: Industrial look, can be polished or coated for different finishes.
      • Feel: Very firm; can be uncomfortable without proper padding.
    • Uses: Specialty balance boards used in professional settings or for specific types of training.

Differences in Performance and Usage

  • Wood vs. Plastic:
    • Weight: Wood is generally heavier and offers more stability, while plastic is lighter and more portable.
    • Durability: Wood tends to be more durable in the long run but can be affected by moisture. Plastic is resistant to moisture but might wear out faster under heavy use.
    • Comfort: Wood provides a more natural feel underfoot compared to plastic, which can feel more synthetic.
  • Wood vs. Composite:
    • Weight: Composite materials can be lighter than solid wood while retaining durability.
    • Durability: Composites are designed to withstand various environmental conditions better than wood alone.
    • Performance: Both offer good stability, but composites may have a slight edge due to their resistance to warping and cracking.
  • Plastic vs. Metal:
    • Weight: Plastic is lighter, making it more portable, while metal is significantly heavier.
    • Durability: Metal is more durable but less forgiving; plastic can crack under extreme stress.
    • Comfort: Metal can be uncomfortable without proper padding; plastic, especially if textured, can be more comfortable.

What are the fitness methods of the balance board?

1. Standing on a balance board

Step on both ends of the balance board with your feet respectively, tighten your abdominal muscles, and at the same time use your thigh muscles (quadriceps) and abdominal muscles to coordinate with each other to find a balance point and stand firm, hold for 10 minutes. This simple posture has a very good effect on strengthening and shaping the abdominal and leg muscles.

2. Balance board squat

Stand on the balance board, find the balance point, and stand firm, then slowly bend your knees and squat, while stretching your upper limbs or hugging your chest to help your body maintain balance. During the squat, keep your knees no more than your toes, similar to standing on a horse, each time It is best to maintain the squat for 20 seconds and do 10 times in total. This action is very helpful in reducing abdominal fat and strengthening abdominal muscles.

3. Practice support on the balance board

Lie down facing the balance board, support your hands on both ends of the balance board, touch your toes to the ground, straighten your back, and tighten your abdominal muscles at the same time. You can maintain this posture for 30 seconds at the beginning of practice, and you can gradually extend the time according to your ability. This action is great for strengthening your abdominal muscles, back muscles, and other muscles throughout your body.

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