Made for your Pilates, physio and stretching sessions. Look after yourself with this simple, fun accessory. Do you want to fight back pain or get a flat stomach without overdoing things? This Gym Ball won't burst, comes in three sizes, and is a favourite of healthcare professionals.
VersatilityStrengthen your back, flatten your stomach, improve your posture and stretch.
Burst resistanceIf it gets punctured, don't worry - it goes down slowly.
CompatibilityThe ball is compatible with most pumps using the tips provided.
What size should you choose?
- Size S: up to 1.65 m tall. - Size M: between 1.65 and 1.85 m tall. - Size L: over 1.85 m tall.
How do you inflate it to the right size?
When you pump up your ball for the first time, don't be afraid to over-inflate it. Sit on it and adjust it by deflating it slightly if necessary until it is the right size for your height. Your knees should be at the same height as your hips, or slightly lower. To save time, you can inflate your ball using the Gym Ball pump (sold separately).
What exercises can you do with your Gym Ball?
Don't know which exercise to start with, or how to get your posture right? Take a look at the domyos.com website. Our design team and qualified sports coaches have developed a coaching service to guide you. There are a dozen free videos with exercises you can do with your ball.
The team's tip
We've swapped our office chairs for a Gym Ball. The result: we've been working our abs and strengthening our backs each day, (almost) without realising it.
The story behind this ball
Did you know that our teams design gym and Pilates products in Northern France? We have engineers, designers, product managers and Pilates enthusiasts developing a range of clothing and accessories for current and future sports users. It took us 18 months to design, test and approve this ball. Our Gym Ball passed a range of tests with flying colours, from usage tests to durability, toxicity and ball texture tests.
Did you know?
The Swiss Ball was originally created in 1963 by an Italian manufacturer, and was later used by a physiotherapist named Suzanne Klein based in Switzerland, which it where it got its name. What we call the Gym Ball, commonly known as an exercise ball, was initially designed for medical treatment, particularly for back, orthopaedic and neurological disorders. Are you ready to get started?