ABL Deluxe Skier is the most fun way to lead children towards an active lifestyle by duplicating real world sports movements! This skier takes children on an adventure to imagine themselves in the Olympic downhill ski race, all while elevating their heart rate and improving balance!
"An excellent age appropriate unit that provides a complete cardiovascular workout!"
The unique skier movement engages the quadriceps, triceps, deltoids, trapezius, external obliques, and entire range of central core muscles including the transverse abdominis, back, and pelvis. The child engages in lateral movements that distribute their body weight, while in motion!
By engaging the upper body and the core muscles, children are able to increase trunk control, while simultaneously improving balance and coordination. Unit allows for progressions in the ABL Lab, as experienced users to eventually ski without use of the safety handrails!
Dims: L=48" W=40" HT=60"
Product weight: 160lbs
User Weight limit: 250lbs
Elementary Height Range: 42" -68"
Adjustable floor levelers compensate for uneven floors.
No external power required.
Kid friendly computer reads calories, speed, time, and distance.
Adjustable Tension to accommodate all physical levels
Designed as a cardiovascular and core balance station
Sized specifically for youth fitness and available in 4 sizes
The Ab Crunch machine is specifically sized for youth and is designed with the developing child in mind. The ab crunch focuses on strengthening children's core muscles.
Why is core strength important for children?
Poor core strength not only causes bad posture but is also a contributing factor in poor endurance and poor balance. Without core strength, the child's gross and fine motor skills are impaired. Strengthening the child's core is considered a vital building block in the developing body!
Meet with your ABL Expert for a tour of a school near you! Checkout an Action Based Learning Lab or Kinesthetic Classroom in Action! Allows educators the opportunity to talk with principals, teachers (and students!) to learn more about ABL.