11 Facts About Balance board


Balance board is a device used as a circus skill, for recreation, balance training, athletic training, brain development, therapy, musical training and other kinds of personal development.

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The balance board is a device that has come to be used for training in sports and martial arts, for physical fitness and for non-athletic purposes that are listed here.

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Balance board is used as a circus skill for recreation and performance.

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Each of these models and types can be classified as one of five basic types of balance board according to two binary parameters: whether its fulcrum is attached to the board and whether the board tilts in only two opposite directions or in every direction (360 degrees).

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Rocker board is the most basic and least challenging type of balance board.

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Rather than on a fixed pivot, a rocker-roller's Balance board is placed on a cylindrical roller; this fulcrum is a wheel that moves in relation to the ground and in relation to the Balance board.

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Basic use of a wobble Balance board is to stand on it with both feet, and tilt in any direction without letting the Balance board tilt so far that its edge touches the ground.

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Sphere, either an inflatable rubber ball or a solid polyurethane ball, is the fulcrum on which the board is balanced, and the fulcrum is kept contained under the board by a guard rail or ring on the underside.

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Three models are produced by Theraquatics Australia: The Theraquatics Balance Board is a V-shaped rocker board that a user stands, kneels or sits on.

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Wii Balance Board is not a rocking board as described in this article, but an electronic board which tracks the user's center of balance.

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Proper use of a balance board is a test of both physical skill and the user's sense of balance.

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