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Flatten and firm your abs, core, and glutes fast with our total body conditioning Easy Balance Fitness Ball Kit. Our inflatable peanut-shaped fitness ball is specially designed to offer better control, balance, and form resulting in quicker results. Includes a workout DVD of two 10-min workouts: “Total Body Toning” and “Strength Conditioning,” plus bonus abs workout: “Abs from Every Angle.”

Easy Balance Fitness Ball Kit Features:
  • Center cradle for maximum comfort, balance, and support
  • Firm, strengthen, and define core and back muscles
  • Tighten and firm hips, thighs, and glutes
  • Promotes proper form and alignment for core work
  • Includes: Peanut-shaped anti-burst Fitness Ball, Easy Balance Fitness Ball DVD
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Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ball size feedback After blowing  up the ball I was shocked in the difference of  the size they are showing in the pictures and dvd Vs. what you get. The dvd is a good workout, however the models are either using a larger size ball or may be short in height. . . I'm 5"8 and it barley comes up to my hip. On the dvd the instructor's ball is coming up to her belly bottom almost below her chest.  So I was disappointed in that, just be aware.   January 12, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding Gaiam's line of media products. Unfortunately, due to the nature of computers and their operating systems, there are a variety of factors that can contribute to a DVD not responding in a computer's DVD drive. To determine if the DVD is defective, we suggest inputting it into a standard DVD player. If the DVD plays in a stand-alone DVD player, we advise you to contact a computer specialist to rectify any compatibility issues that might exist. If the DVD fails to operate in your stand-alone player, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-869-3446 and we can replace the disc for you.
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I can see that several people have already asked this question, however I don't think a direct answer was given.
I have inflated my fitness ball to the point where it can no longer be inflated and the height of the ball is greater than 55cm. However, the ball looks considerably smaller than the one on the cover of the box and the one used in the DVD as several people have mentioned already. Was a larger ball used in the DVD to make it easier for people to follow or can my ball be inflated more?
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The ball used in the video will be the same ball. Our balance balls do take some time to reach full capacity. It will take a few weeks for the ball to stretch. Continue to add air to the ball and measure the height until it reaches its full capacity. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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I just purchased the easy balance ball and did the first segment of the workout DVD included in the box- the actual ball does measure 55 cm (I measured it at 29 inches, which, I think, is actually longer than 55 cm) but the easy balance ball used in the DVD and on the box cover is obviously much larger than 55 cm. The exercises did seem to work with the smaller easy balance ball, but it felt strange trying to follow the DVD with such a different-sized product. Is there a reason why the box cover and DVD product is so much larger than the actual product?
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The height at the ends of the ball are what should be 55 cm not the length. Sometimes when they are coming out of the package the need a day to expand. The easiest way to make sure they are properly inflated is to take a measuring tape and measure out 55 cm away from a wall and place a book or object at that point. Then take the ball with the length running along the wall and pump until the ball is 55 cm wide. This should make the ball much larger if it doesn't please contact me at ProductSpecialist@gaiam.com so I can further investigate the rest of our inventory. We haven't had any other complaints along these lines so if your ball is defective we should be able to replace it.
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I usually recommend using a coin, or the flat side of a butter knife to help lift the plug up. Take the flat edge of your choice and stick it between the plug and the ball. Then wiggle your flat edge until the plug comes up enough to grip it with your fingers to pull it out.
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I just purchased this ball from Target today. I filled it up as much as I could, and it looks downright tiny in comparison to the photos on the box, and especially compared to the ball used on the DVD. Mine is barely long enough to reach to my mid-thigh (I'm 5'4") and, well...it just doesn't seem big enough. Both my husband and I inflated it and inflated it...and it just won't get any bigger. When fully inflated, what should the dimensions be?
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When the ball is laying on the ground like shown in the photo it should be 55 cm tall. The easiest way to insure it is properly inflated is to go to a wall and measure 55cm out and then place a book or object at that point. Then place the ball with the length running along the wall and between the object and inflate until the ball touches the wall and the object. Sometimes new balls need a while to relax so give it another try and you should find it inflates the rest of the way. If it doesn't please exchange the ball with Target as it is defective. If they are unable to assist you please let our customer service department know and they will have another one sent to you.
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