What is it? Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board
The Simply Fit Board is a plastic exercise device designed to strengthen core muscles and reduce waist fat by using its balance-board design to enhance workouts.
The TWISTY BOARD is designed to give you an easy way to get a good workout for the mid section. It helps with balance and strengthens the legs too.
Duck Walker is rugged and simply designed and is one of the finest balance boards.
What does it do? Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board
Simply Fit Board promises to help in weight loss, toning and core strengthening with its one simple motion. Simply Fit Board assures that its unique design helps provide a twisting motion while standing over the board that pivots to engage the muscles. The twisting action ensures the core stays engaged, tones up the abs and legs while targeting muffin tops and bellies.
Twisty Board is easy to store and easy to use and you are sure to love this board. It is the perfect workout device for beginners. Works best if used on a carpet.
Twisty Board provides a great workout for your mid section and is great for both men and women.
Duck Walker is perfect for upper-body development push-up type activities by placing hands on the flat end panels. It offers both gross motor and vestibular exercises.
How does it work? Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board
Crafted from a special plastic, the Simply Fit allows you not only to rock back and forth like a traditional balance board, but also to twist from side to side according to a video on the website. The board’s surface includes handles for hands and non-slip surfaces for feet.
Twisty Board is extremely simple to use. For first time users, it is recommended to grab on to the back of a chair to make sure you have good balance on The Twisty Board before you start your workout. Then, bend your knees slightly and twist! You are guaranteed to be fit and strong in no time. Ensure you always use the Twisty Board on a carpeted surface.
Children rock side-to-side, spin 360 degrees on a smooth surface, or “walk like a duck.”
Features: Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board
• Simply Fit Board highlights to be easy to use and can even help improve the balance. Design wise, Simply Fit Board claims to be lightweight and portable making it easy to carry anywhere and even stored easily. It also gives users the chance to perform a quick exercise anytime, anywhere. Such farfetched claims by Simply Fit Board will be proved once it has been reviewed.
• Max user weight supported 400 lbs
• Available in 4 Colors – Orange, Green, Magenta and Blue
• Offers 6 workouts
• Easy to store and easy to use. It is the perfect workout accessory for beginners. Works best if used on carpet.
• Provides a great workout for your mid section and is perfect for both men and women.
• Made in America, Twisty Board is designed with fantastic quality. This board is not a toy. It is a high quality board that holds up to 300+ lbs. The Twisty Board Team is dedicated to making the highest quality fitness board.
• No need for excuses. You will love how simple it is to use this fitness board. For first time users, it is suggested grab on to the back of a chair to make sure you have good balance on The Twisty Board before you start your workout. Then bend your knees slightly and TWIST! You will be simply fit and strong in no time. Make sure you always use the Twisty Board on a carpeted surface.
• Walk like a duck
• Great for practicing balance control and coordination
• Builds and strengthens muscles
• A School Specialty Exclusive
• Color Will Vary
Material: Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board – plastic
Twisty Board – plastic
Duck Walker – reinforced polypropylene
Max User weight supported: Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board – 400 lbs
Twisty Board – 300+ lbs
Duck Walker – 200 lbs
Dimensions: Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board – 26 inches x 11 inches W x 3/4 inches D.
Twisty Board – Not found
Duck Walker – 24 x 5.1 x 3.6 inches
Price: Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board – $39.99
Twisty Board – $37.99
Duck Walker – $16.01 + $4.99 shipping
Review: Simply Fit Board vs Twisty Board vs Duck Walker
Simply Fit Board
Noticed a substantial improvement with my balance using the Simply Fit Board. It’s a great cardio workout, even in short bursts, and lots of fun. Absolutely not a scam!
You need to be perfectly balanced on it to keep it from walking. Sometimes leaning the board back a bit helps. It just takes time to get to that point.
Be careful. Keep knees bent a bit and do not swing too much to the sides. It is definitely not worth it. Didn’t the company tell people about the possibility of scratched floors, and the possibility of breakage?
Feeling positive to use this board and see some weight loss!
Strongly recommend using a bath mat with rubber backing. Never use the board without protecting carpets or bare floors. The color of the board will bleed into your rugs!
Proper foot placement and twisting at the waist is critical to minimize knee and back pain if you are prone to that. With sciatic problems, it is not making things worse.
It cracked in the middle very fast something does not work technologically. Be careful on tile floors because it really moves fast. Do it on carpet and it is harder to use. Start out by holding onto something.
If you use it on hardwoods or vinyl, you’ll have wear problems. It is much cheaper to replace a small throw rug than carpet or other flooring. Don’t think anyone is going to have a huge, weight loss story from using this board.
Twisty Board cracked on second use. This board flex almost flat even with small children.
If you are a heavy person it will not twist and work your body.
Twisty Board is super slippery on wooden floors. If you want to twist your torso and be in full control of your movement and intensity of the workout, the Twisty Board will only make you spin 360 degrees instead of twisting your torso left and right. Do not recommend this for children and do not recommend leaving this at a same space where your pets play. If your dog jumps onto one end of this board, the other end of the board will hit the dog. This board is very heavy and hard. Just be careful.
Twisty Board is way trickier than it looks on the video. Better hold on till you get used to it.
It really doesn’t feel like it targets anything but the quads. The Twisty Board is just the latest Shake Weight fad. It makes the exercise more dangerous.
Hard to keep it from sliding all over the place! Don’t feel any burn. It slides all over the place, needs to stay in place.
Tried it on a yoga mat but it moves around the floor too much. It does not have an exercise chart.
The bottom is not well rounded and when you level out the board you will be standing straight instead of teetering one way or another to balance.
Duck Walker is a flimsy product not all that great. Cannot duck walk with this (on carpet) as advertised. The foot pads are too far apart for a young child. Tried to use it with good soled slippers and it hurts the bottom of the feet.
Duck Walker is impossible to walk with. It comes with no instructions. It is okay for a person who doesn’t weigh very much.
The foot end is narrow and your whole foot does not fit on it causing pain after a short time. Duck Walker is a cheap and ineffective balance board. Not worth the money.
Kids found them very difficult to walk with, hence they quickly lost interest. It slips too much on smooth surfaces and does not move at all on carpet. It’s great if you’re just using it for balancing purposes.
Kids would love these, but they rarely get used. You have to take fairly small “steps” with them and so it’s frustrating when you don’t go far with lots of effort.