The Indo Board Foam Roller Stability Package was introduced two years ago with trainers and fitness enthusiasts in mind.
The Indo Board Foam Roller Stability Package offers different levels from the sliver to half-round to full-round roller for a complete progressive Balance Board workout. The foam wedges helps with progression from the half round roller to the full round foam roller. The full roller can be used with the Indo Board Original, Mini Original and Rocker Boards but is also perfect for Myofascial Release of muscle tension before and after workouts. Use wedges to progress roller exercises from the half round roller to the full round foam roller. This keeps users at a level of difficulty that is comfortable. Slivers and Wedges are perfect for Beginners Use Wedges as chocks for the Roller creating a Teeter-Totter effect, this is good for learning to use an Indo Board Roller. Sort of training wheels for the roller.
If you are looking for a great balance exercise to help with stability and core fitness, then you should think about adding the Indo Board Foam Roller Stability Package to your balance training program.
3. Surfer Molli Miller uses the Indo Balance Board to teach the next generation of Surfers at her surf school
4.Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor, Chicago Open Champion, 2nd place Pan Am Championships, 2016 Master World Champion, and Indo Board team rider, Jim Barrett shows off his balance board skills.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor, Chicago Open Champion, 2nd place Pan Am Championships, 2016 Master World Champion, and Indo Board team rider, Jim Barret. Jim teaches Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Comprido Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy. 🙂 GeorgetteFind it here http://ss1.us/a/eA86FMpv
The Rocker has a slightly longer profile than the Original and the board has continuous curve from end to end. There is no stops on this board which makes it perfect to practice spin tricks like shuvits, 180’s, 360’s! This board is perfect for wake, wake surf and skim boarders to practice on. This board is also the favorite of Indoboardman to stand on all day while working at his stand up work desk. Even my cat loves the rocker!
The Indoman used a rocker deck to wake surf behind a boat!
Indoboardman shows off the Rocker!
Check out Dejan doing an ollie!
You can use the Rocker and the Gigante or IndoFLO cushions.
From the archives: Hunter Joslin receives the 2004 ISPO Brandnew Winner Award in Munich, Germany. But there’s more…
Indo Board President, Hunter Joslin, has been invited to Munich Nov 16-17, 2017 to participate in the selection process of the 2018 ISPO Brandnew Winners. As a former Brandnew winner back in 2004, Hunter will join the inaugural Brandnew Winner from 2000, Robby Naish, on the special jury commemorating the 30th ISPO Brandnew. How cool is that!
Stay tuned! American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, host ofStarTalk, will interview 11X surfing world champion Kelly Slater, and Indo Board will be there! Look for the episode between late January and early February 2018 onNational Geographic StarTalk.
High atop, at the base of Maui’s Haleakala volcano, Indo board Brand Ambassador and team rider Suzie Cooney and clients, Sid and Alysha, are looking out over the N shore and Maliko. Eyes glued to the water in preparation for the 2018 OluKaidownwind race. Training always includes Indo Board. You can get this gear on Suzie’s website at “Suzie’s Top Gear Picks”.
Challenge, Indo Board World Wide Tribe! How many tricks can you connect without letting your Indo Board touch the ground? Brand Ambassador, team rider, and fitness expert Bryan Twardus wants to take your fitness level to new heights! If you can, train with Bryan at the Auburn Fit!
Get it – Indo Board FAM! Wednesdays are for CRUSHING! How many of these weighted squats will you do today? Get your cardio going! Get that blood moving! Wake up every single muscle! How strong and how good do you really want to feel? Grrrr! Alise Isbell leads us into a great week! See Alise’s inspiring video and read the great comments here.
Longtime Indo Board team rider, professional wakeboarder, professional actor, and good friend, Nick Liam Heaney, stars as Avery in a new film titled, Culture of Fear. Indo Board Man, Hunter Joslin, and Nick take a moment at the Culture of Fear Press Party in Orlando Florida! Take a look at Nick’s FOX News interview here. By the way, that’s our new graphic, the Indo Board Snowflake. Get it here.
Indo Board was happy to be invited from event sponsor Quicksilverto demonstrate Indo Board products at the Quiksilver store on the Grande Plage right out in front of all the surfing action at the 2017 ISA World Surfing Games in Biarritz, France.Hunter Joslin, the inventor of the Indo Board and Nicola Cerciello (left), our number 1 European Master Trainer, gave demonstrations and provided valuable advice on Functional Training to improve Surfing Performance!
We were stoked to be at the World Surfing Games with Jim Hogan the coach of Team Costa Rica! In blue, Indo Board President, Hunter Joslin.
Our good friend, Peter Townend, was the very first ISA/ASP World Surfing Champion which began in 1976. He is now the coach of Team China, and Indo Board will be a part of their training program for the2020 Summer Olympics! Surfing will finally be recognized as an Olympic sport! How cool is that!
Team Englandhas been using Indo Boards for over 10 years as a part of their training regimen.
And here, Team Italia! Thank you, Quiksilver for having Indo Board at the in front of the Quiksilver Store on the Grand Plage at the 2017 ISA World Surfing Games Biarritz, France!
Lastly, we are grateful to have spent time with Peter Townend (center) who has been working very diligently with Team China. Hunter Joslin (left) and Adriano Roldan (right) worked with 10 different International Teams including Argentina, Italy, Senegal, Afghanistan, Australia, Sweden, England, China, Morocco, Panama, and Japan!
Hurry! Get 10% OFF the Indo Original FLO GF this monthly only, June 2017at http://indoboard.com/catalog/specials?price=0-133. The Indo Original FLO GF Natural features an all wood board with a large Indo Man logo on a fully textured deck and the IndoFLO Balance Cushion. The Original Indo Board and IndoFLO cushion is a mini gym in the comfort of your living room! (Includes Deck, IndoFLO Cushion & Demo DVD).
This product is designed so that anyone can use it as there is no learning curve or risk of falling. The 14″ IndoFLO cushion provides 360 degrees of instability that can be increased or decreased simply by changing the level of inflation of the cushion. This product is perfect for advanced fitness training, injury rehabilitation, physical therapy, senior fall prevention or as the perfect accessory for a stand-up workstation. Get yours here.
Challenge, Indo Board World Wide Community! How many wall ball squat variations will you do today? Fitness professional Bryan Twardus of Auburn Fit shows us how. Remember – don’t let the Indo Board touch the ground! Click here to see Bryan’s workout video. Come to http://www.auburnfit.comand let Bryan Twardus, his wife Jaquelyn Twardus and team help you keep your workouts fun. Want to see more? Check out Auburn Fit’s Instagram page.
How long can you balance on your Indo Board Pro on top of your IndoFLO® and Gigante Cushion? This exercise created by Indo Board Brand Ambassador, Suzie Cooney called the Suzie Floater is extremely challenging and fun! Demonstrating is Mike Miranda. This is super killer leg training! Find Suzie Cooneyon her Instagram here.
How many seconds will you hold a plank position like Alise Isbellin thisvideo? This is such a great core warm up exercise!
Remember you can practice stand up paddle board yoga on a dock when the water might be too cold or too choppy, or when you just want to keep your hair dry. Isn’t this a great view for Indo Yoga Boardpractice? Brand Ambassador, athlete, and yoga teacher, Evelyn O’Doherty, lives the dream.
Hunter Joslin, president, Indo Board Balance Trainer, Indian Harbour Beach, FL
I first experienced sup in 2006 when I purchased the very first sup paddle that Kialoa produced. It was all aluminum, and I used a 12-foot Greg Loehr Longboard for my first meager attempts to figure out what Laird was talking about. It was very difficult due to the 23-inch width of the board and the fact that there were no instructions back then.
The standup evolution, for me, started with a complete collection of the Surftech Donald Takayama boards. Starting on the 11’3”, I progressed over a short amount of time to the 10’3”, then the 9’8”, 9’4”, 8’8” and settled finely on the 8’4” as my everyday sup wave rider. In 2010 I had my right hip re-surfaced, and I used sup as a huge part of my rehabilitation. Using a Surftech 12’6” BARK, I began with 3- to 4-mile paddles, and steadily worked up to 6–10 milers over a year’s time. As my hip grew stronger I realized how much better I was surfing due to the increased fitness of my core, shoulders and legs from consistent suping.
Now here I am 10 years after my first sup experience, and I cannot believe the growth the sport has achieved and the future potential still to be achieved! As a child of the skateboard revolution back in the ‘60s and ‘70s, I can compare the growth of sup to that era. Gradually sup has introduced surfing inland! Skateboarding introduced surfing to inland dwellers; certainly not the same demographic, but inland nonetheless! Skateboarding attracted the non-conformists and social outcasts while sup is doing exactly the opposite. Suddenly tri-athletes, adventure racers, cyclists, trainers and fitness-minded people became interested in sup! This is the demographic that skateboarding never appealed to! Sup racks on cars and pickups are now everywhere from coast to coast.
Plans for 2017? The sport hasn’t even begun to plateau, but the rapid change in equipment is definitely difficult for the different brands to keep up without losing money due to outdated inventory. I’m fortunate, as the Indo Board designs are not subject to that product evolution. The Indo Yoga Board that I designed specifically for the sup yoga market is still growing and will continue to be an important part of our product mix. The importance of balance training, as an important aspect of the whole sup experience, will never go away, and I look forward to continuing to be an active part of the sup community.
Biggest surprise? The huge development of inflatables across the whole spectrum of sup board designs. I never thought inflatables could be as large a market segment as they have become.