Vivora Luno Sitting Ball Review

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The Vivora Luno Sitting Ball is designed to fit in to any sitting environment, whether it be your living room, office, or even a kid's room. Sitting on the Luno instead of a traditional chair helps activate your core muscles so you sit up straighter and work out your core and lower back in the process.

Click here to purchase the Vivora Luno Sitting Ball.

Unlike traditional sitting balls, (aka exercise balls, swiss balls, etc.) the Luno is wrapped in high quality felt so it has a sleek and modern look. This felt also makes it more comfortable to sit on and exercise with, especially if you are wearing shorts. 

You can also use the Luno as a traditional exercise ball, and its integrated handle makes it really easy to move from place to place especially if you are carrying other things.

The Luno is available in various sizes and colors to match any body size and setting.

Find out more about the Vivora Luno.


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