Some 90 per cent of all osteoporotic fractures are caused by falls. Training on the kyBounder is effective in preventing falls.
Simple exercises on the unstable surface strengthen your deep inner muscles and improve your posture. Many elderly people have a fear of falling. Training on the kyBounder improves balance and thereby increases stability when walking. Even the over 90s regularly train on the long kyBounder mats and enjoy making good progress. Small hurdles can be used to intensify training. Exercising on the soft kyBounder mats promotes well-being and is fun for everyone.
Residents at retirement homes in Steinach, Switzerland, and Rohrbach, Austria, have been successfully training with kybun equipment in order to stay fit. Improvements in mobility, coordination, stability and performance were observed after a short period of time. The more the residents practiced on the kyBounder course, the better the results.
Exercising daily on the kyBounder is a gentle way to improve mobility and physical well-being.