Portable Slant Board, Adjustable Incline Boards and Calf Ankle Stretcher | Anti-Slip Design | 4 Positions Foot Stretch Wedge Board (250 lb Capacity)
Is it easy to have muscle pain after exercise? Will you worry about the flexibility that leads to injury? Our Portable Slant Boarduseful for not just leg related pains and injuries, but also for proper blood circulation and the relief of back pain.
- RELIABLE STRENGTH-ENHANCING EQUIPMENT: This adjustable balance board helps to make your muscles more responsive during exercising; Helps you stretch properly and reduce the chance of injury.
- DEMONSTRATED HEALTH BENEFITS: Not only helpful to stretching before/after work out, but also beneficial to the body recovery from plantar fasciitis, achilles tendon injuries, shin splints, calf strains and other foot and ankle injuries and pain
- ANTI-SLIPPERY DESIGN: Features a textured surface and a plastic/rubber lip for heels to protect you from slipping off.
- VERY EASY TO CARRY ON: A very popular alternative to the heavy wooden slant boards, this light-weighted foot slant board is suitable and flexible for use in home, office, travel and indoor-outdoor exercise. It is fully assembled, ready to use out of the box.
What is a Slant Board?
A slant board is a flat-surfaced device which is made from durable wood or lightweight plastic material and is used to keep our muscles and tendons in perfect shape. By standing in a slant position on this board, you improve the performance of your muscles for exercise and cut down on cases of injury. If you're an athlete or someone suffering from Achilles tendon injuries, this board will help to relieve you of the pain. Different slant boards come in angles, and the angles range from one to five. With any of these angles, you can stretch your calf without the fear of falling backward.
What are the Benefits of a Slant Board?
Any health-conscious person will be quick to learn the advantages of this simple yet powerful device. You know why? A slant board is useful for not just leg related pains and injuries, but also for proper blood circulation and the relief of back pain. Let's take a list of these benefits very quickly.
- The calf plays a great role in our daily activities and movement such as running, walking, jumping and standing. Hence, you need a slant board to help you stretch them and make them flexible.
- It helps to prevent inflammation which often comes with pain.
- Using a slant board allows you to protect the Achilles tendon which is the strongest tendon in the body.
- It's also useful for relieving the stress around muscles which tend to ache after exercise.
- Preventive medicine also values slant boards to ensure that possible leg injuries are avoided.
- A slant board helps in the circulation of blood to the leg to prevent swellings.
Other benefits that are attached to a slant board include improved digestion, improved posture, easier breathing, headache relief and much more.
Lightweight And Portable
Supplement your exercise with the on-the-go slant board for the perfect stretch, anywhere, anytime.
If you care about your health, then you would know about the importance of flexibility and stretching.
The Slant Board improves flexibility while reducing the chance of injury. We recommend this for athletic people and people with Achilles tendon injuries, shin splints, calf strains and other foot/ankle injuries and pain.
A Popular Alternative To The Heavy Wooden Slant Board
- Size: 12"x10.6", 250 LB weight capacity
- Four adjustable angles: 20, 30, 40, 45 degrees
- Features a textured surface and a plastic/rubber lip for heels to protect you from slipping off
- Suitable and flexible for use in home, office, travel and indoor-outdoor exercise.
How to use the slant board
Movements 1 and 2
- Stand upright, straight and tall, Engage the core and breathe deeply in a slow and controlled manner.
- Place your hands on your knees and bend forward at the knees slightly. Maintain a flat back by engaging the core and sway from side to side.
Movements 3, 4 and 5
- Keep you body in an upright position, perpendicular to the ground. Stretch you hands forward as if you were pushing against something.
- Warm up your body by bending forward. Try to touch your toes without bendng the knees.
- Place your right hand at your lower back and bend forward. Try to touch your toes with your left hand, allowing your left knee to bend slightly. Repeat with the other side.
- Perform a lateral side stretch by reaching your hands up to the sky and bend from side to side in a slow and controlled manner
- Relax your heart and body
- Choose the most suitable slanting level or degree and stand on it
- Fit your feet to hold the base firmly
- Stay in that position for about a minute or two
- When the time expires, climb down carefully.