Body Domes Rogers AR

The Body Dome is basically a large, rubber inflatable dome that sits on a hard plastic bottom. It has 2 long and 2 short resistance bands connected to the bottom on either side for resistance training purposes.

Academy
(501) 217-3700
11400 West Markham (between S Shackleford and S Bowman)
Little Rock, AR
 
Academy
(479) 494-1740
5001 Phoenix Avenue (at Airport Blvd)
Fort Smith, AR
 
Sportsman Warehouse
(479) 986-0300
4323 Pleasant Crossing Bl
Rogers, AR
 
Hibbett Sporting Goods
(479) 631-6392
100 N Dixieland Rd
Rogers, AR
 
Jones Softball Sales
(870) 239-5454
2101 Fairview Rd
Paragould, AR
 
Academy
(501) 210-6030
6100 Warden Rd
Sherwood, AR
 
Sports Authority
(501) 224-7137
11700 Chenal Parkway
Little Rock, AR
Services
Golf Trade-In Program, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Delivery & Assembly
Hours
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Holiday hours may vary.

Brock Stone
(479) 936-8470
12903 Highway 62
Rogers, AR
 
Camo Shop the
(870) 931-6369
1509 E Lawson Rd
Jonesboro, AR
 
Sportsman Center
(870) 222-4536
205 N 1st St
Mc Gehee, AR
 

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Body Domes have gotten a lot of attention lately on the infomercial circuit. And, to my horror and against every grain of wisdom I had to offer, my own mother was reeled in by claims that this wonder dome would help her lose up to a pound a day if she followed the 10-minute daily workout regime.

I hate to say it folks, but your mother isn't always right. In my dear mother's defense, and I'm really stretching it here, the body dome is based on the same principles as the stability ball. It focuses on strengthening your core stability. However, for $100 online (on average), I could have purchased her a stability ball in every color of the rainbow and a complete set of resistance bands.

Ok, because she's my mother I went over to look at the thing, but mostly to say "I told you so!" The Body Dome is basically a large, rubber inflatable dome that sits on a hard plastic bottom. It has 2 long and 2 short resistance bands connected to the bottom on either side for resistance training purposes. In theory, I'm sure the dome does have some redeeming core-strengthening attributes. As I said, it works on the same principles as a $20 stability ball or a $60 wobble board because it forces your body to keep its balance while standing on the ball in essence, strengthening your core muscles (the abdominals, hip flexors, lower back, shoulders, arms, chest, back, legs and hamstrings). The package came with 3 aerobic workouts on the dome, a core training workout guide and a ...

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