About this item
- Made for: strengthening the back, enhancing the core and increasing muscle activation
- Moves with: sturdy anti-burst design that holds up to 300lbs
- Must-have features: comes in 55cm, 65cm and 75cm, pump included
- All in Motion is there to make it easy and comfortable to embrace a bustling lifestyle
Enhance your workouts with a stability ball that helps you build back and core strength by adding balance and resistance to increase muscle activation. The ball comes in three different sizes to accommodate a wide range of different heights so you can find just the right fit for your body.The 55 cm ball is recommended for heights 5'0" to 5'5", the 65 cm ball is recommended for heights 5'6" to 5'11" and the 75 cm ball is recommended for heights 6'0" to 6'5". Each anti-burst ball comes with a pump for easy inflation to help you get started — or continue on — your journey to feeling and being your best self.
When families come together to discover the joy of staying active, All in Motion is there to make it easy and comfortable to embrace a bustling lifestyle. From running errands to running intervals, the collection AIMs to propel you forward with thoughtfully designed pieces that fit and feel great — movement is the core of this performance line, with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Q: how do you determine which size ball to get?
A: Hi rosemary - Our guests are loving the All in Motion™ collection! The 55 cm ball is recommended for heights 5'0" to 5'5", the 65 cm ball is recommended for heights 5'6" to 5'11" and the 75 cm ball is recommended for heights 6'0" to 6'5". Thanks for stopping by! - Juliesubmitted byJulie - 3 years agoTarget staff support
A: Found this in the description... The 55 cm ball is recommended for heights 5'0" to 5'5", the 65 cm ball is recommended for heights 5'6" to 5'11" and the 75 cm ball is recommended for heights 6'0" to 6'5"submitted byscoop - 3 years ago
A: the 55cm is too small for me, at 5'4"submitted bycc - 3 years ago
Q: To what is the measurement in the description (55 cm, 65 cm, or 75 cm) referring, is it the diameter or circumference of the ball?
A: The above answer is wrong! The measurement refers to the *diameter* of the ball. In the case of a 75cm ball, this is approximately 30 inches tall in imperial units. If the measurement of 75cm were the circumference, then that would mean that the diameter would be 75cm/π= 23.8cm. This would be approximately the size of a volleyball, and wouldn't be terribly good at doing what is advertised. No worries this is not the case. It's the diameter.submitted byAnton - 2 years ago
A: Hi Nida - What a nice addition to your exercise routine! The measurements available describe the estimated inflated circumference. Thanks for asking! - Allisubmitted byAlli - 3 years agoTarget staff support
Q: If we get it delivered, will it be inflated already or does it come with a pump?
A: Hi - Get the most out of your workouts with the help of a stability ball from All in Motion! A pump is included. Thanks for dropping in! - Vanessasubmitted byVanessa - 3 years agoTarget staff support
A: it comes with a pumpsubmitted byjames - 3 years ago
Q: How am I supposed to get the plug out of the ball in order to re-inflate? The package doesn't include a remover tool.
A: I found it easiest to use a spoon for removing the plug, I know it sounds weird but it works better than pliers and it is safer.submitted byTmitch - 3 years ago
A: Hi Jamie - Take your workouts to the next level with a Stability Ball from All In Motion! The plug can either be removed with your fingers or pliers. We hope this helps! - Vanessasubmitted byVanessa - 4 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Is latex used in the stability ball All in Motion
A: The All in Motion Stability ball is made with 100% PVC. It does not contain latex.submitted byFit for Life Team - 23 days agoBrand expert
Q: im 5 feet and recently purchased 55 centimeter ball and i found to be too small and short..I mainly want the ball for sitting while i work...i need a ball that sits high?would you recommend the 75 cm?
A: We recommend the following balls sizes for these heights: Small- 55cm, for heights 5'0" - 5'5". Medium- 65cm, for heights 5'6" - 5'11". Large- 75cm, for heights 6'0" - 6'5".submitted byFit for Life Team - 6 months agoBrand expert
Q: can i deflate the ball to put it away for storage and then re-inflate when i want to use it? i live in a small space so don't want an item that i can't put away
A: This ball is very easy to deflate in my experience. As long as you're careful removing the plug I can't see why you'd have any trouble deflating and reinflating as needed.submitted byShelby - 7 months ago
Q: why does the instructions say not to use during pregnancy?
A: We do not recommend using the AIM Stability Ball during pregnancy, as this item is designed for normal exercise only. It is not designed for pre/post-natal exercise.submitted byFit for Life Team - 9 months agoBrand expert
Q: I'm looking to put this at my desk to use as a chair and the one I have now is too short. Is it safe to say that the 75cm one is the taller of the three? Thanks in advance!
A: Yes. The 75cm Stability Ball will be the largest size.submitted byFit for Life Team - 9 months agoBrand expert
Q: My pump stopped working half way through inflation. Am I doing something wrong?
A: Hello Ingrid - Thanks for stopping by! The ball should be at room temp when inflating. You should inflate, deflate, and inflate again for the best results. Happy exercising! - Elsasubmitted byElsa - 1 year agoTarget staff support