The New Shape of Fitness™
Exercise Star by AbStar®
The patented Exercise Star is a compact, inflatable exercise device that helps you improve your strength, stamina, stability, and body awareness safely. With its unique rounded-star design, you will maintain proper positioning to maximize exercise benefits. With the Exercise Star, you can work out your abs, back, legs, arms, and entire body at home, in the gym, at your favorite boot camp, and even in your pool.
It is only 10 inches high, 20 inches in diameter, and 3.6 pounds. Its built-in, anti-slip base inhibits rolling. One-size-suits-all, it is easy to use, carry, and store. Easily sanitizes with alcohol wipes or disinfectant sprays.
Get fitter, faster with the Exercise Star!
The New Shape of Fitness™
Buy or License the Exercise Star
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Anti-burst, rated to 500 lb.
Integrated, anti-slip base means it stays where you put it.
The industrial-strength air valve prevents air leaks and means no re-pumping needed.
Dimensions: 10” high and 20” in diameter
Weight: 3.6 lbs.
Made of PVC
Safely sanitizes with alcohol wipes or disinfectant sprays and gels.
Disclaimer: Not designed for standing balance.
Unique. Effective. Affordable.
For the first time, AbStar Fitness is offering a full license for the manufacture and distribution of the patented Exercise Star.
Call 310-734-8500 or email email@example.com to inquire.
Benefits for Your Customers
Great for individual home use or group fitness classes, personal training, or boot camps, indoors or out.
ROM Stretch – Low Back
Safely Add Weight
Hit Every Muscle
Disclaimer: Please do not step, stand, jump, or bounce on the Exercise Star by AbStar. Please use only as directed for your safety.
One-size-suits-all, the Exercise Star is smaller, safer, and more effective than an exercise ball.
Each ball above is rated at 65cm high despite the obvious size differences. Each Exercise Star is uniform and only 24cm high (about 10 inches).
Improving strength, stamina, and stability safely are key benefits of exercising with the Exercise Star by AbStar. Utilizing the unstable yet supportive surface may facilitate greater efficiency in core training and enhance body awareness and muscle recruitment.
Young or old, beginner or advanced exerciser, anyone can benefit from using the Exercise Star to maintain and improve physical skills.
- Unique, patented design
- Only one SKU
- Ships and stores flat
- Stacks and displays easily
- Approximately 4 pounds boxed
- Multiple target audiences
- Multiple sales channels
- Low-cost production
- Eco-friendly manufacturing options
A division of Bionic Ventures LLC, AbStar Fitness creates unique fitness products and programs to help people exercise more safely and efficiently.
- Anti-slip base keeps it in place
- Less than 4-pound weight
- Easy to use, carry, and store
- Sanitizes with alcohol wipes or disinfectant sprays
- Patented design helps exercisers stay in the proper exercise positions
- Low, 10-inch height so you never fear of falling
- Compact, less than 20 inches in diameter
- Industrial air valve so you never need to re-pump
- Use bodyweight or resistance from the Exercise Star
- Endless, low-impact exercise options
- Improves strength, stamina, and body awareness
- Allows for range-of-motion (ROM) stretching to improve flexibility
Why Exercise on an Unstable Surface?
From Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 2010, 35(1): 109-112, https://doi.org/10.1139/H09-128
"The use of instability devices and exercises to train the core musculature is an essential feature of many training centres and programs. It was the intent of this position stand to provide recommendations regarding the role of instability in resistance training programs designed to train the core musculature.
The core is defined as the axial skeleton and all soft tissues with a proximal attachment originating on the axial skeleton, regardless of whether the soft tissue terminates on the axial or appendicular skeleton. Core stability can be achieved with a combination of muscle activation and intra-abdominal pressure. Abdominal bracing has been shown to be more effective than abdominal hollowing in optimizing spinal stability.
When similar exercises are performed, core and limb muscle activation are reported to be higher under unstable conditions than under stable conditions.
However, core muscle activation that is similar to or higher than that achieved in unstable conditions can also be achieved with ground-based free-weight exercises, such as Olympic lifts, squats, and deadlifts. Since the addition of unstable bases to resistance exercises can decrease force, power, velocity, and range of motion, they are not recommended as the primary training mode for athletic conditioning.
However, the high muscle activation with the use of lower loads associated with instability resistance training suggests they can play an important role within a periodized training schedule, in rehabilitation programs, and for nonathletic individuals who prefer not to use ground-based free weights to achieve musculoskeletal health benefits.”*
*Bold type and paragraphs added by AbStar Fitness.
Benefit by Using the Exercise Star
In lay terms, the aforementioned research study abstract means that the vast majority of exercisers can benefit from using a safe, unstable surface to enhance muscle use and recruitment. It means that you will use more muscles and you will benefit by using them differently at each moment due to the unstable base of the Exercise Star.
Although similar benefits can be achieved by using heavier weights or more active, sports-inspired actions, our exercises are designed to minimize detrimental impacts on the body while maximizing positive effects. Thus, using lighter weights with the Exercise Star along with other total body exercises can give you similar benefits more quickly and safely than using heavier weights or high-impact-type exercises. That makes using our Exercise Star safe and effective for every exerciser.
STRENGTH. STAMINA. STABILITY.
Buy or License the Exercise Star by AbStar®
Add our flagship product, the Exercise Star, to your gym or fitness portfolio. Call 310-734-8500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.