Begin this exercise with the roller centered under the board and try not to let it move. Balance the board with a stance just slightly wider than shoulder width, knees bent 2-5 inches lower than the comfort zone (3 inches), hips tilted slightly forward, head and shoulders up and arms relaxed. The goal is to try and keep the roller from moving for 1 to 2 minutes in order to get the blood moving and wake the legs up. It’s all right if your legs move a little and the board tilts slightly, just try your hardest to keep the roller from moving at all. This should create some leg burn which indicates the blood is startling to flow through the muscle tissue.
Using an Indo Board can be dangerous and hazardous. Injuries and falls can occur. Please ensure that you read and understand the?Safety Precautions?and follow the basic instructions on?Getting Started. Follow these links to get the required information. Use of the Indo Board is entirely at your own risk.