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How is air added to the TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls?

The small "fork" in the TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls accessory package is used to remove the stopper from the ball and release air. Use a high-volume pump to add air and replace the stopper immediately. Adapters for standard air compressors you would find at a service station are included in the package.

Is the TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls latex-free?

TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls are manufactured with PVC and do not contain latex.

Can a person lift weights while using a TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball?

Using free weights with a TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball can be potentially dangerous. It is not recommended to use the Exercise Ball in conjunction with free weights. Research has not shown any additional benefit to strength training of the extremities while using an Exercise Ball.

How is the TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball cleaned?

Use mild soap and warm water to clean a TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball. Do not use anything abrasive or any chemical cleaners.

Can the TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball be patched?

Thera-Band Standard Exercise Ball cannot be patched. It is used as an exercise product, and if it is improperly patched, it could burst. Thera-Band Standard Exercise Balls are manufactured with PVC, and patch kits are not available

Do TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls contain BPA's?

TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls do not contain BPA's. They are from PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride).

Do TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls contain phthalates?

TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls contain phthalates.

What is the life expectancy of a TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball?

We cannot suggest a specific shelf life for the TheraBand Standard Exercise Ball as each person/facility uses their Exercise Balls at a different frequency. We recommend that you carefully inspect the exterior of the ball for possible damage (abrasion, scuffing, roundness, air leakage) before each use. Should any damage be evident, discontinue use and replace it with a new ball. When not in use, store TheraBand Standard Exercise Balls in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. Do not store near a painted wall or varnished surface.

What is the difference between the TheraBand Stability Ball - Standard and the TheraBand Stability Ball - Pro Series?

TheraBand Pro Series Exercise Balls are made of thicker PVC material that is slow deflating and thicker than most stability balls. The higher quality material is better for rigorous activity or more frequent use.


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