(Health-NewsWire.Net, January 18, 2016 ) Wilmington, Delaware -- This month, King Athletic is proud to welcome their newest product to its line of at-home fitness equipment to the market - the Fitness Ball. This professional grade anti - burst balance ball is made with durable, high quality material rated at 2000 lbs load capacity. It is also made from materials that are free from BPA and phthalates..
To celebrate the launch, King Athletic is offering a special 40% OFF discount on Amazon.com with exclusive code FITBALLS. This deal is only for a limited time and won't last long, as the company believes stock will go fast. This professional grade anti-burst balance ball includes a free and easy to use foot plump and is made with durable, high quality material rated at 2000 lbs load capacity.
This stability ball is best for toning and sculpting abs, glutes, hips, thighs and more. It increases flexibility, relaxes muscles, decreases tension and aids in stretching. It enhances coordination and balance by increasing core strength and is a useful tool for Yoga and Pilates.
"King Athletic is excited to introduce another durable, high quality piece of equipment to its fitness equipment line. We believe this product will thoroughly impress our customers both old and new." King Athletic spokesperson Benjamin Davies said. "This product can be great for bringing something new to an old routine or an interesting piece to introduce to an office."
King Athletic stands behind the quality of its products so much that they offer a better than Lifetime Guarantee: if for any reason there is an issue with the Fitness Ball, the company will send the customer a new one as well as refund the purchase in full.
About King Athletic
King Athletic is a design oriented and innovation focused company, constantly seeking to help athletes of all skill levels reach their peak performance. King Athletic strives to be a leader in the sporting goods and accessories industry (specializing in Jump Ropes) with a brand built on a love and passion for sports and athleticism.