Staying on base Everlast For Her Pilates Inflatable Ball, Base and Adjustable Tubing: Conventional ball that sits atop a base, which has stretch cords attached. Likes: Two-way pump inflates the ball quickly; four-section plastic base snaps together in seconds. Allows for moderate-intensity chest flys, triceps extensions, lateral stretches, knee extensions and leg abductions. Dislikes: The base must be used for cord exercises, so some desirable exercises are off limits, such as a seated, ground-floor row with the ball against the soles of your feet. Also, the base tends to slide around on noncarpeted floors. Price: $25.99; http://www.amazon.com .
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