Can you patch an exercise ball?

A punctured, torn, or damaged ball should be replaced. Because the ball is designed to be safely used only as designed, we do not recommend attempting to repair the ball if it’s been damaged, and we do not offer a repair kit.

Is it possible to patch an exercise ball?

In rare cases it happens that an exercise ball, sitting ball or bouncing ball gets a hole or crack. In most cases, you can patch a bouncy, sitting and exercise ball.

How do you plug a hole in an exercise ball?

How to Plug a Yoga Ball

  1. Select the right-sized exercise ball for your height. …
  2. Remove the plug from the yoga ball by using your fingers or by sliding a plug-puller, or the edge of a quarter, underneath the plug. …
  3. Insert the end of the air pump into the hole. …
  4. Sit and position the ball on the floor between your legs.

How do you patch a hole in a slam ball?


Quote from video: It right inside where the original plug was supposed to go step three you pull that out step four you glue it step five this is optional you can surround it with either duct tape or gorilla tape.

What can I use to plug an exercise ball?

Quote from video: Probably make it out of a lot of other materials. But everybody has duct tape at home alright.

How do you seal a hole in a ball?

Quote from video: You'll put in the needle first and that's important put a kneel first then put it into the hole of the ball be very careful in that. Right there very carefully. And see it's now sticking out.

Do exercise balls have plugs?

Fitball repair

Do yoga balls have plugs?

Inflating an Exercise Ball:



1) Remove the ball plug. Use a ball plug remover if needed. 2) Use an air pump to inflate your ball. Any air pump (electric or manual) can be used to inflate your exercise ball.

When should I stop filling my exercise ball?

You want to fill the ball with air only until it feels like it has a slight give and it’s not too taut or firm. There’s a big difference between filling your ball with air so it’s tight like a drum and filling it with just enough air so that it’s firm and stabilizing as it should be.