ABOUT THIS ITEM
- Jan 9th, 2017: Showcase is the only place to try the Simply Fit Board! See a demo here.
- Jan 9th, 2017: Watch our customers try the Simply Fit Board.
- Dec 28th, 2016: Lori Greiner commissions trainer Rosalie Brown to develop 21-Day Challenge.
- Dec 12th, 2016: John Bolton who is poised to be US Deputy Secretary of State tries Simply Fit on Fox & Friends.
- Dec 3rd, 2016: Simply Fit Board Update after Shark Tank success!
- Nov 28th, 2016: Simply Fit Board featured on Fox's Good Day LA.
- Nov 3rd, 2016: A Closer Look's review of the Simply Fit Board.
- Sept 12th, 2016: Getting started with your Simply Fit Board.
A balance board with a twist. The Simply Fit Board has a unique design that makes it easy to get in an efficient workout almost anywhere. Simply place the board on a smooth, firm surface and stand on the board to engage your core, legs, and back while doing basic twists, weight training, knocking out squats and planks, and more.
As always, please consult your personal physician before beginning any diet or exercise program. Take a realistic approach: If you work consistently and follow the program, you maximize your results.
- Best value in Canada!
- Easy and fun to use
- Lightweight and portable
- Supports up to 400 lbs
- Stores away easily
- Tones abs, legs, entire core
- Improves your balance
- As seen on Shark Tank
- Includes: Workout DVD, User Guide, Simply Fit Board
Q: On what type of flooring can my board be used?
A: It'll work on all types: carpet, linoleum, tile, laminate, and hardwood. We highly recommend using a small, tight-woven rug on hard floors to protect the board and your floors. If your carpet is extremely plush and thick, you can buy a single tile to use as a base.
Q: Why's my board moving around on the floor?
A: This is common at first, but usually works itself out quickly. You're moving because you're just slightly off balance and may be leaning forward or to one side. This normally stops in about a week or two when you get a feel for it. But if you start to move, simply tilt the board back slightly to re-center it. Focusing on one spot in front of you helps, as well as keeping your back straight and head up.
Q: I'm having trouble balancing. What can I do?
A: Try holding onto a chair or table when you first step onto the board. Balance is one of the fastest things to lose, but also one of the easiest things to regain as you start stabilizing muscles. Standing on the board and rocking your ankles back and forth and side to side will help improve your core, leg strength, and balance, so we suggest keeping at it.
Q: Do I twist with my legs or waist?
A: You should be twisting at the waist, and your knee joints shouldn't move. A good way to get the motion correct is to hold two hand weights straight down at your sides and swing your arms in a semi-circular motion, with a slight bend in your knees. Let the board naturally start to twist. Keep your core and abs tight as you do the basic twist.
Q: How do I maximize my workout?
A: We recommend using hand weights (3–5 lbs.) as you twist. This'll give you an even greater workout.
Q: Can this be used if I have back-of-knee problems?
A: We recommend you consult your physician before beginning any exercise regimen.
Q: What's the weight limit of the board?
A: There is a 400 lb. weight limit.