SPRI Xerdisc

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Ideal for use at home or in the gym, this lightweight, portable SPRI® Xerdisc™ has been updated to offer an even better balance workout. Its thicker side-wall construction and increased rigidity deliver more stability for basic push-ups, squats and crunches, while also allowing experienced users to perform more advanced exercises. The disc can be inflated or deflated to control the challenge level.


  • Inflatable PVC plastic disc
  • Thick side-wall construction with increased rigidity
  • Offers stability for basic and advanced exercises
  • Tapered platform surface offers varied foot placement
  • Lower profile decreases elevation off the floor
  • Can be inflated or deflated for different challenge levels

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inflatable exercise disc

By Terr

from San Francisco, CA

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Comments about SPRI PRODUCTS, INC. SPRI Xerdisc:

I am 67 years old, and for me, balance is an issue. This disk is very helpful in improving my balance. I can use it while I watch TV, and after practice, can even read some while using it.

My 8 year old twin grandkids use it as well. Their balance is WAY better than mine, but I think it is good for them to get into the habit of paying attention to balance and fitness.

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Great for any training and rehabbing on feet,ankles, and cal

By Training 4 life

from Maryland

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Comments about SPRI PRODUCTS, INC. SPRI Xerdisc:

Used it for training martial arts to sports training to rehabbing injuries.

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