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Rehab and the Stability Chair

The Split-Pedal Stability Chair™ is an excellent choice when addressing a variety of injuries and special populations. The Stability Chair is ideal for post-rehab clients, or those who need to stay in a seated or upright position. The highly adjustable springs help re-balance muscles while providing a full-body workout. In addition, it facilitates high-performance exercises for athletes and fitness enthusiasts, and the compact size maximizes revenue generation and minimizes space requirements.

The height of the chair makes it easy for people to get on and off, making it an appropriate choice for people with hip or knee injuries, or mobility issues. It’s easy to simulate functional movement patterns on the Chair which is key for injured clients, and to keep active older adults mobile and independent. The thick, padded pedals make it softer for sensitive feet and easy to target ankle weaknesses. The Chair's height and functionality make it adaptable for pregnant women who are entering their second trimester and may need to avoid inclined positions. The adjustable spring tension can increase the challenge to improve strength and mobility, even for clients who are quite fit. The range of exercise choices makes it a must for all ages and demographics, including high-level athletes.

The option to split the pedals offers a unilateral challenge which can be useful when targeting deep stabilizer muscles or for challenging equal work through the legs when there is a weakness on one side. The handles provide support for active older adults or for those more fragile from injury or pregnancy. The many spring options can make exercises more achievable, or increase the challenge which makes it an excellent choice in any client's program.