Gaiam Balance Ball Chair Black
Gaiam Balance Ball Chair Black comes with a removable, anti-burst Balance Ball (22 in/55 cm) that is free of latex and the six most harmful phthalates, and also includes redesigned base that cradles your ball, easy-glide casters, air pump and exercise guide for people 5' to 5'11" tall. Easy, 1-tool assembly required. Strengthen your core as you sit in ergonomic comfort to help improve spinal alignment and reduce nerve compression. The Ball with Chair measures 21"W x 31"H x 22"D and weighs approximately 13 lbs.
- Helps to improve spinal alignment and reduce nerve compression
- Get a total body, muscle-sculpting workout without weights or a personal trainer
- Comes with a removable, eco-friendly, 6P-free Balance Ball (55cm)
- Strengthen your core as you sit in ergonomic comfort
- Uses professional-grade anti-burst ball thats free of latex and the six most harmful phthalates
- Redesigned base that cradles your ball for added stability and durability
- Includes easy-glide, lockable casters, air pump and exercise guide
- Included medium-resistance body band tones your arms, legs and midsection
- Easy, 1-tool assembly
Dr. Randy J. Weinzoff, D.C., a 1990 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, has been providing a full spectrum approach to health and well-being for more than 14 years. A member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Dr. Weinzoff specializes in exercise and sports rehabilitation, nutritional analysis, and alleviation of chronic pain. Patented designe promotoes correct posture and imporves circulation. The balanceball removes easily for quick workspace exercises. Desktop Guide shows you stretching and strengthening techniques.
History of Gaiam
Founded in Boulder, Colorado in 1988, Gaiam is a provider of information, goods and services to customers who value the environment, a sustainable economy, healthy lifestyles, alternative healthcare and personal development. Gaiam (pronounced "guy-um"), is a fusion of the words "Gaia" and "I am" Gaia, mother Earth, was honored on the Isle of Crete in ancient Greece 5,000 years ago by the Minoan civilization. This civilization valued education, art, science, recreation, and the environment and believed that the Earth was directly connected to its existence and daily life. The concept of Gaia stems from the ancient philosophy that the Earth is a living entity. At Gaiam, they believe that all of the Earth's living matter, air, oceans and land form an interconnected system that can be seen as a single entity. The word Gaiam represents planetary awareness, preservation and support of the interconnectivity of all living things. By nurturing, protecting and respecting our planet, its natural resources and its inhabitants, we enrich our own lives and those of future generations.