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Jill710
On: March 07, 2015 20:29 PM
Where can one obtain the half spikey balls discussed in this lecture? I have been online and have ot found them. Also, if you have a good/ cheaper source for the overball and large tennis ball, I'd appreciate that also. Thanks
AngeloG
On: March 08, 2015 07:02 AM
Hi Jill, We take old spikey balls that have worn out or split and cut them in half at the seam. The large balls you can sometimes find at pet stores (they're sold as fetch balls for large dogs...) Here's a link to our store: https://www.fusionpilates.com/products-page/balls/
alesia_216
On: June 21, 2018 10:48 AM
[QUOTE="angelo, post: 417, member: 1"]Hi Jill, We take old spikey balls that have worn out or split and cut them in half at the seam. The large balls you can sometimes find at pet stores (they're sold as fetch balls for large dogs...) Here's a link to our store: [URL]https://www.fusionpilates.com/products-page/balls/[/URL][/QUOTE] What is the diameter of the "bigger" tennis ball used in this workshop? Online, large tennis balls come in diameters of 4.5", 8", 8.5", 9". I am not sure which size to order. Also, it would be greatly appreciated if a detailed description of all props used in your workshops were clearly listed. I have spent a great deal of time trying to figure out what props are needed.
angelo
On: June 21, 2018 10:49 AM
Those are approximately 5".
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