Watch a Day in the Life as CEO- Starring Lander! Here is a video of our day-to-day activities that get addressed when running a business from home! Even though the Corona Virus has changed the way we live, we can still find joy in the little things. Stay healthy and stay safe – Whirly Board.…

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balance board benefits for your body and mind

Be it physical or mental, the key to a healthy life is balance. A Balance board is a fitness tool that can help you improve your strength, balance, and coordination. The most interesting part is that a balance board benefits your entire body, and using it doesn’t feel like work. It is a fun and entertaining piece of fitness equipment that is portable and doesn’t take up a lot of space.

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snowboarding

Training for SnowBoarding Balance training is an important part of improving your snowboarding skills or even preparing yourself to learn to snowboard. Unfortunately, we start to lose our ability to balance after age 25 and we need to exercise to maintain it. Improving balance will help anyone from beginner level riders, all the way to expert.…

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Three kids using their whirly boards at the farmers market

Fox 4 News Dallas Recommends WB as the Perfect Holiday Gift for that Indecisive Tween Shoutout to Fox4 in Dallas, TX! The lone star state has discovered that Whirly Board is a great gift for those hard to buy tweens that are constantly changing their minds. A Gift for the Whole Family … but they…

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balance board for athletes endurance runner

5 Benefits of Using a Balance Board for Athletes A Balance board for athletes that performs to the highest standards and is fun to use- is hard to find. You want to make sure that it will strengthen your core as well as your ankles and knees that are most prone to injury as an…

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girl-balancing-on-log

Exercise your Sensory Systems Balance can be an overlooked area to incorporate into our daily exercise routine, but it can have many great benefits for our body and our mind. Our bodies utilize three systems to give input into our brains about equilibrium. We use our visual system (eyes), vestibular system (inner ear), and somatosensory…

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