Dudes you will look fit on the new CoolBoard

Posted on Apr 24 2009 - 10:18pm by Richard Sharp

coolboard202The coolest simulator around has recently been on exhibition at the Gadget Show Live in Birmingham, the CoolBoard. This fantastically exciting balance board gadget will act as a surfing simulator, a skateboard simulator and even a snowboard simulator – giving three exciting options in one compact board.

Clearly for regular surfers, skateboarders and snowboarders the CoolBoard will be a very attractive purchase allowing for all weather, all year practice. However the CoolBoard is also useful for other sports people and in particular those practicing martial arts who are looking to tone and strengthen their core muscles and it also will help to develop better balance and coordination.

The CoolBoard is also helpful as a therapy for exercising after injuries or for rehabilitation after sporting injuries allowing for gently exercising of joints, and strengthening muscles. The CoolBoard comes with a training ball which allows for a gentle progression to the much larger pro ball which is also included with the equipment. The wooden CoolBoard is handmade from sustainable wood so will satisfy those with environmental concerns.

The CoolBoard comes in a variety of sizes and is ideal for training in all sorts of boarding surfing, wake boarding, kite surfing, mountain boarding, as well as improving coordination and balance for more traditional sports, but more importantly it is a really fun way of gaining and maintaining a good fitness level. Prices for the first size CoolBoard package is £79.99 rising to £107.99 for the largest in the CoolBoard range. The CoolBoard package comes with your choice of board size and desired colour grip tape; blue, green or black, with a training ball, the pro riders ball needle and full instructions on the correct way to use your exciting new CoolBoard equipment.

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Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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