HARISON SLANT BOARD FOR CALF STRETCHING
HARISON Slant board is a perfect device for calf stretching, which is made of high quality PP and thickened stainless steel material. The board is stable and durable. Features a textured surface and a rubber lip for heels to prevent you from sliding off the board. The lightweight ankle slant board is suitable and flexible for use in home, office, travel and indoor-outdoor exercise. It is collapsible and very easy to carry.
|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||12.99 x 11.18 x 3.23 inches|
|Package Weight||1.54 Kilograms|
|Weight Capacity||450 LBS|
|Material|| PP and stainless steel|
|7 Adjustable Angles||:6°,12°, 18°, 24°, 30°,|
The non-slip standing surface of the tread keeps you from slipping and falling even if you use the slantest level.
Adjustable 7 Levels
This slant board stretch has 7 positions: 6°,12°, 18°, 24°, 30°,36°, 42°, you can adjust the gear according to different needs.
Triangle Ergonomic Design
The triangular structure is reasonable, stable without shaking, not deformed. It can help relieve fatigue and pressure efficiently.
What are the Benefits of a Slant Board?
IDEAL ADJUSTABLE CALF STRETCHING BOARD TO RELIEVE THE ANKLE MUSCLE
The incline board for calf stretching can effectively reduce or prevent pain from plantar fasciitis, achilles tendon injuries, shin splints, calf strains, and other foot and ankle injuries, improve leg muscle toughness, relieve muscle tension, and reduce the risk of muscle strain. Physical therapists recommend using a stretch board to stretch your legs before and after exercise.
Injury Prevention Equipment
Slant board helps to make your muscles and calf stretching, which helps you stretch properly and reduce the chance of injury.
Great Physical Therapy Tool
Not only helpful to stretching before/after work out, calf stretcher slant board ideal for lower leg injuries rehabilitation, flexibility & strength enhancement.
Calves, hamstrings, hips, feet, shins and ankles get effective stretching before and after exercise, improving your core, agility, and reducing injuries during exercise.