The Halo Trainer was invented in 2009 by Bryce Taylor, a practicing physical therapist. In the process of creating new and innovative back, hip and shoulder stabilization exercises with the stability ball and BOSU, he realized that these elastic surfaces were difficult to control and difficult to scale. Additionally, much of the previously known stability ball exercise content needed updating. Out of this realization, the Halo Trainer was born. This friction-fitting ergonomic handlebar apparatus allows the exerciser to control the level of stability while providing an updated integrated approach to core training. Hundreds of exercises have been classified into levels of difficulty to make it easy for fitness pros, rehab pros, and even non-pros! Constructed from heavy-gauge metal with thick, durable ergonomic rubber grips, the Halo Trainer can be used with exercise balls ranging from 55 cm to 65 cm and in conjunction with other body weight training equipment and even used as a ball chair! It is a sturdy piece of fitness equipment, having undergone rigorous compression testing up to 800 lbs. It assembles and disassembles easily for ease of transportation and storage. The friction-fitting ergonomic handlebars of the Halo Trainer allows exercisers to control the level of stability when performing exercises using the trainer alone or when using it in tandem with a stability ball.
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