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I have a small hole in my theraband exercise ball can it be repaired?

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SOURCE: What's an exercise ball construction?

An exercise ball is constructed of soft elastic material with a 14 to 34 inches diameter, filled with air. The air pressure is changed by removing a valve stem letting the air inside the ball to deflate.

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Can I inflate/deflate an exercise ball?


Ofcourse youcan! Check out these two informative websites to learn how to inflate/deflatean exercise ball: www.livestrong.com/article/22214-inflate-exercise-balls/and http://www.livestrong.com/article/73718-deflate-exercise-ball/

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What is the difference between a medicine ball and an exercise ball?


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The exercise ball was developed in 1963 by Aquilino Casani, an Italian plastics manufacturer. He perfected a process for molding large puncture-resistant plastic balls. The balls were first used in treatment programs for newborns and infants and nowadays the balls are for exercises and physiotherapy.

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Does exercise balls have warranty?


I most cases the exercise balls got a 3 month warranty but I advise you to check it before you buy a new ball and then decide if you want, the warranty is very important because exercise ball tend to get ruined pretty fast.

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