Caring For My Plyos

1) Check the inflation level on a weekly basis! This is especially important when using them in a group setting. If the balls are slightly deflated they have a much greater chance of the surface tearing or the valve popping out. The black balls should be at 3 PSI, the green balls should be at 2 PSI, and the rest at 1 PSI.2) Check the surface you are throwing into. For the best results throw into a padded Plyo Wall. This is not feasible for everyone so smooth concrete walls are a good substitute. Do not throw them into brick walls, chain link fences, or any textured surface. If you need to use something like a yoga mat or horse stall mat (we use these in our facility) to provide padding. This is the quickest way to ruin your new PlyoCare balls.3) If you live in a cold weather environment, make sure they are getting stored somewhere that does not get below 40 degrees (i.e. equipment shed, car trunk, etc.). If you throw them while they are cold the is a greater chance they will rip on the surface.

2) Check the surface you are throwing into. For the best results throw into a padded Plyo Wall. This is not feasible for everyone so smooth concrete walls are a good substitute. Do not throw them into brick walls, chain link fences, or any textured surface. If you need to use something like a yoga mat or horse stall mat (we use these in our facility) to provide padding. This is the quickest way to ruin your new PlyoCare balls.

3) If you live in a cold weather environment, make sure they are getting stored somewhere that does not get below 40 degrees (i.e. equipment shed, car trunk, etc.). If you throw them while they are cold the is a greater chance they will rip on the surface.

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