Fitness Rehab: Position around the body to help elevate the feet or relieve back pain. Use to perform stretches and strengthening exercise in adult therapy. Perfect for Pilates, yoga and care training. The peanut ball only moves in one direction, making it the perfect alternative for those who experience difficulty in balancing on a round ball. Children's Play/Therapy: Your child love to bounce around with these balls, pretended it's a horse, toss it, roll it and just about anything else kids do with ball. Recommended by physical therapist to help with gross motor strengthening, balance and stabilization of the care. The peanut ball is uni-directional making is safer in therapy than a traditional large round ball. Also great for the sensory child looking for vestibular input. Fidgety children and teens prefer using the peanut ball as a saddle seat rather than a traditional chair.
Which Size Ball Is Right For My Child: Measure from the tip of your child's fingers to his armpit. Chose a ball sized within 2 to ensure that your child will sit on the ball securely.