Dont tell me to use it for post birth exercise, as I will laugh my ass off
So, happy for someone to collect it but as no one seems to want it, any ideas what I can do with it? Where would it be useful? I dont want any money for it, but I would like to see it put to better use than it currently is which is being chucked around the conservatory by the kids!
could give you lots of ridiculous ideas... my dc have one in the garden and try to use it as a handsfree spacehopper failing that... and quite seriously now, I work in SEN education and we're always begging for this sort of stuff, as exercise balls for children with physical disability or movement issues. Maybe either contact a local group, sen gym club, school voluntary group or charity to donate, or check out the special needs board on here?
can picture it... heehee (if you can imagine a seven year old in a footie kit using a mahoosive blue gymball as a handsfree spacehopper, usually holding his own ears as the gymball doesn't have any then you get the idea of what my neighbours see. Insanity central.)
so when we see ticket opportunities for "scoobydoo live" coming to a town near you very soon, we'll know who the star of the show will be? You could make a fortune. And you will piss yourself laughing, then you will wish you'd used it for the post-baby exercises that it was meant for
At baby & toddler gym classes they use them for various "exercises" with the child, like lying the child on them & rolling side to side, as apparently it is good firstly for developping eye muscles in younger babies then things like balance & core muscles - you could probably look up what to do if you were that interested, but it'd be a bit of a pain to keep it for a few mins play now & then.