the chair fit
for fitness

Millions are spent on fitness
facilities and equipment.
So why are clients still
exercising on
banquet chairs?

the chair
fit for fitness

Millions are spent on fitness facilities and equipment. So why are clients still exercising on banquet chairs?

The Active Core Chair with Lumbar Cushion Support

FORM + FUNCTION = ACTIVE CORE CHAIR

  • Industry's widest seat with room to grip sides
  • Sturdy sleigh base for stable chair-based exercise
  • Barre height and comfortable grip for standing exercise confidence
  • Extra firm, removable lumbar support for proper posture and seated balance
  • Stackable, easy to wipe clean
  • Multipurpose office/conference capability

Our Story

Necessity truly IS the mother of invention. Find out more about Brigit Hassig and how the Active Core Chair came to be.

Active Core Chair Features

There are no other fitness chairs on the market that compare to the innovative Active Core Chair. We've optimized every detail to deliver a chair perfectly suited for your clients' support, fitness and well-being.

What People are Saying

"Supports posture alignment with standing and sitting.

It prevents leaning over and promotes correct standing posture with height of chair and handle, further giving postural support to any activity.

When I work with stroke patients who experience asymmetry in their posture, this solutions gets them into the correct position."

­—Kris Kober, OT, Hope Network

"It gives me the flexibility for a large variety of exercises. I can move both of my arms a full 180 degrees.

The firmness of the lumbar supports pulses of your spine when I move and keeps me in a comfortable, yet alert position. Even the design colors are energizing. The height of the chair is enough for me to easily stabilize myself, which gives me confidence during standing exercises, and it doesn't jostle with movement. Very stable.

The straight top on the chair and ergonomic handle help me to grip it securely."

­—Allison, Fitness enthusiast

"It's a stable chair that's good for my back.

In fact, when you sit down  you feel nestled between the sides of the chair and the lumbar, which is firm but comfortable on my back. I don't have any worries about teetering when lifting one of my legs.

I have back pain regularly and it helps give me the support I need to exercise properly without worrying about hurting myself.

Regular chairs are usually too short and hard for me to grip. I like this chair because I don't have to hunch, which helps me keep my balance. No one wants to fall trying to hold on to a chair."

­—Ben Spencer, Regular exerciser, back pain sufferer

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