Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

August 25, 2015

FitBALL SeatingDiscs – We Now Have Them!

Versa Disc

Versa Disc

These seating discs used to be called Disc-O-Sits… that was then, this is now.

A Seating Disc is made of high quality gym ball material. You blow it up yourself with your mouth so you put a little of a lot of air in them.

They are tough: in the absence of blades or flame they should outlast you.

Why would you want one?

1. You sit a lot and your back hurts from sitting so much. (Sitting on one of these discs feels like sitting on a ball and has all the same wonderful benefits.) Note: in our office these replace the Backtivator which used to be great but most won’t hold air any more so I have stopped buying and recommending them.

2. You need to improve you balance. (BECAUSE YOU DO NOT WANT TO FALL!!!) If that’s you, these are the most fun, fastest, and simplest means of dealing with that. Just position yourself in a corner and practice standing on it: first both legs, then one at a time, then with the eyes closed. Your ability to balance will skyrocket!

3. You want to increase your “core” strength (think stability – spine or otherwise). Many exercises are made much more challenging by the addition of an unstable – seating disc – surface. Think push ups, sit-ups, squats, lunges, side bridges, etc.

4. You want a great deal on the price. I picked up 7 of them while attending a seminar in Post Falls, ID this past weekend, so I got a deal: not shipping and a break for buying so many. I paid $25 a piece. You can have one for $29 (plus tax). So call 425-348-5207 or stop by when we’re open and get one while they last:-)

DrD

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3 Comments »

  1. Send me two of these!
    You’ll have plenty of time, you can’t go hiking and need to stay inside due to the smoke!

    Comment by Sam Smith — August 25, 2015 @ 2:29 pm

  2. Think I pulled a Dennis.

    Just realized (after I hit send) that I posted a comment and everyone can view it….

    Comment by Sammy Smith — August 25, 2015 @ 2:31 pm

    • You had to rub it in… the good news is that almost no one reads this Blog so we are probably safe: the chances you will be back to read this are slim indeed!

      Comment by doctordilday — August 26, 2015 @ 12:31 pm


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