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Rebounder Stabilizing Bar
The legs of the stabilizing bar slip onto the legs of the Needak rebounder, creating a hand hold for those who need that extra benefit during their workout. This product flexes with the person who is rebounding, thus reducing the likelihood for injury. Save money by ordering the bar in the combo package—i.e., at the same time as the rebounder.
The stabilizing bar adjusts to 3 different levels: 29”, 34” and 41”. It weighs approximately 10 pounds and is shipped in 4 pieces in a box 15x35x2”. The price shown for this bar includes $17 for shipping. If you order the package that includes the bar along with one of the rebounders, you save $9. No returns on this item.
Purpose of Stabilizing Bar: The stabilizing bar is offered as an optional accessory to aid persons with balance concerns or those recovering from injuries. It allows the user to control his/her position on the jump surface. It is purposely designed to move and flex with the user to prevent injury as he/she bounces. It is not a rigid or immovable bar. Not everyone needs a stabilizing bar. If you (i.e., the intended user) do not have balance issues, you probably do not need the bar; just order the rebounder, and save yourself money. In other instances (due to the nature of a user’s infirmity or injury) one stabilizing bar is not enough and you actually need two!
Improper use of a stabilizing bar can damage the frame and leg tubes of the rebounder. When properly used, pressure on the stabilizing bar is directed downward to the floor. Pulling the bar toward the user or pressing it away from the user puts direct stress on the leg tube. Even when set at the lowest setting, the leverage generated can break the platform pin from the frame and deform or split the leg tube. Needak (the manufacturer) places a warning label on every stabilizing bar cautioning about this and giving notice that it will void the warranty based on evidence of misuse. Most instances Needak has observed of damages to rebounders have been caused by children. Children generally have good balance and do not need a bar. We do not recommend leaving the bar on the rebounder when children are using it. Children have a natural joy when bouncing and inevitably wind up swinging from the bar. Even a small child swinging from the bar will generate the torque necessary to break a steel platform pin.
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