Bosu Pro Balance Trainer Price:  $139.44 (as of 18/08/2022 22:37 PST- Details)

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bosu_16BOSU Pro Balance Trainer for commercial use

Weighs just under 19 pounds
Latex-free, burst-resistant material

The basic version is a lighter blue, and the Pro is a darker silver-blue. The basic model has a black base with six rubber feet to prevent it from slipping on the floor. The Pro version’s gray base is smooth but made from a non-skid material that won’t mark your floor. Both devices are 25 to 26 inches in diameter, depending on the model year — the 2013 versions are 26 inches — and 12 inches high when the domes are fully inflated. Both versions feature a weight limit of 300 pounds.Professional grade BOSU Balance Trainers! Extremely durable for use in facilities or personal training. Supports up to 300 lbs. Commercial warranty on defects. Includes air pump and exercise manual. Dark blue with black base. 25″ diam. 15 lbsCurrently used in health, fitness, sports conditioning and rehabilitation facilities, and known industry-wide for training balance, building strength, fine tuning skills for sport, enhancing flexibility, and delivering killer cardio workouts, the BOSU® Pro Balance Trainer challenges the entire body with integrated, multi-joint movement that requires muscle groups to work together. Use the BOSU® Pro Balance Trainer dome or platform side down, combine it with other equipment, or use it as a stand-alone product to make any exercise fun, challenging, and effective.

Available in blue with “Made in the USA” logo, light grey rim, and a black, dually over molded platform for extra strength with a smooth, non-skid, non-marking base

Includes BOSU® Pro Balance Trainer, foot pump, trilingual owner’s manual and BOSU® Integrated Balance Training Manual and DVD

Product diameter – 65cm or 26”
Maximum user weight limit – 350 lbs.1 year limited for commercial and home usage  dome or platform side down

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BOSU Pro Balance Trainer  (Commercial Model)

If you need your Bosu Pro Balance Trainer for heavy use, then this is the commercial version made for your purposes.

Bosu Pro Balance Trainer Couple using the Bosu Pro Balance Trainer

As a personal trainer and weight loss camp operator, each Bosu balance trainer needs to hold up under heavy daily outdoor use.

Frequently, my clients are between 300-500 lbs and all 7 of my my commercial Bosus have held up for 7 years and counting. Although it is not advised to allow your inflatable fitness equipment to be exposed to extreme temperatures, I have used mine outdoors daily in the Nevada sun. Although Bosu specifies a weight limit of 300 pounds, I have found that to be far too conservative for my use. You will see photos of two of my 500 Lb weight loss camp men using the Bosu Pro Balance Trainer for stability and core work.

At my fitness residence the very first client training orientation includes the Bosu. Whether senior fall prevention or student athlete sports training, the Bosu comes out to play every time we set up a workout.

Costing approximately $50 more than the home version, the Bosu Pro version comes with a one-year warranty. The basic home model has a 90-day warranty but is not warranted for commercial use. for safety reasons the company recommends that you do not stand on the flat side. However, when the product was first introduced at fitness expos it was touted for being versatile for standing balances on both sides. Personally, I have introduced 70 and 80 year-old clients to the proper training progression safely and successfully. For the home user who does not have the advantage of orientation with a trainer, here is how you can begin:

Place the Bosu Balance Trainer with the flat side up.

Position the Balance Trainer in the middle of an interior doorway on an even surface.

Hold onto both sides of the doorway while placing a firm footing with the right foot positioned at the 3 o’clock position. Push the Bosu all the way down to the edge.

While holding onto both sides of the doorway, step the left foot into place on the 9 o’clock position.

With weight even on both feet try to maintain the Bosu at a level position. The first time you do this, there will be a lot of shaking for about one minute followed by a new found steadiness. The nervous system gets excited learning a new brain-to-body motor pathway, but quickly learns where to find neutral. If you feel burning in the feet or calves, be sure to dismount early. Dismounting the Bosu from the flat side is the same in reverse as the mounting. Progressions begin by striving for 1-2 minute holds in order to activate the small stabilizers in the lower extremities through the calves and feet. This adaptation will not take long to work toward more dynamic movements.

Exercises on the BOSU Trainer

You can do the same exercises on a basic BOSU trainer that you can perform on the Pro version. Use either one somewhat like a steadier version of a stability ball by placing the flat side down and doing exercises such as crunches, twists or obliques curls on top of the curved side. Work on your balance and core stability by standing on the curved side with one leg or by jumping on the curved side. For a real stability challenge, place the curved side down, put your hands on top of the flat side and do pushups. The  with curved side on the floor,

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