Amplify Your Workout Performance With This

Calling all gym rats and weekend warriors! Are you rethinking your fitness program as 2022 draws to a close? Did you know that you can burn more calories and improve core strength, endurance, and balance by adding StrongBoard Balance to your workout routine in 2023.

No worries if you don’t have much space to accommodate new fitness equipment. Unlike bulkier fitness equipment, compact StrongBoard Balance easily adapts to a wide variety of settings, ranging from spacious to small-scale and modest.

How does it work?

StrongBoard Balance’s innovative spring compression and extension feature forces you to engage core and stabilizing muscles when you are standing on the board or engaging in squats, weighted plank rows, and other exercises.

Included with the StrongBoard Balance is a laminated 19-page illustrated fitness manual introducing a spectrum of exercises, ranging from basic moves to upper and lower body routines, a full body circuit, and restorative yoga poses.

Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of StrongBoard Balance’s minimalist design. There are multiple ways to utilize it on its own or by adding weights or resistance bands to burn more calories faster. It definitely inspired me to engage in exercises I normally would not perform during my usual fitness routine. One of the board’s key benefits is that it can be used to supplement just about any type of fitness routine, including weight training, aerobics, yoga, or Pilates.

StrongBoard Balance adds an inspiring new dimension to a set routine. It will force you out of your fitness comfort zone. If you’re craving a new fitness challenge in 2023, StrongBoard Balance will make it happen.

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Rachelle Nones


Rachelle keeps up with the latest trends in fashion, beauty, travel, food and beverages, home decor, and entertainment products and services. She adores black and white photography, dogs of every shape and size, bedhead gardens, Craftsman style houses, and savory entrées. Rachelle is a hobbyist photographer and nature lover. Her photographs illustrated her Vermont country store article, which appeared in Grit magazine.

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