Because of the shape of exercise balls, it can be challenging to effectively store them but that is not going to be a problem anymore. We are sharing some very useful tips that will help you store them properly.
1. Closet space
Quickly go and check if you have some extra closet space. If yes, utilize that space for the ball. Now, this might appear to be a no-brainer but many people do not think of such locations when looking for spots to store exercise balls.
To fit the ball in there without leaving the inside of the wardrobe cluttered make sure to take out all your clothes and reorganize them. Also, if you have a room dedicated to fitness activities in your room, try cleaning out an already-in-use closet or get a small new one and place it in that room to store your exercise ball and other fitness equipment. This way you will not have to work too much to set up your closet and your fitness room will remain neat and clean too.
2. Use a Bungee Cord
You can use a bungee cord in a corner of your room to rest the ball. This one is a pretty cheap way as the work can be done using a plain string or even a rope. Moreover, it is ideal for those who do not have a lot of storage space since walls usually are empty.
3. Attach a large net to your wall
If you are looking for a simple hanging option, consider going for a large net that can help you keep your exercise ball away with minimum hassle. We suggest that you choose a corner space to hang the net around so that you don't keep bumping into it.
4. Build a PVC storage rack
For fitness freaks who have multiple exercise balls, getting yourself a small storage rack will be a good way of keeping all your balls together in an organized way. You can easily build a storage rack for yourself using pipes, by making 2 rectangles using a pipe and making 3-way elbow joints. Next, you will want to support the pipes into the joints at the corners and fit the 2 rectangles together and ta-da you are done!
The best way in which you can store your Trideer exercise ball is by keeping it in a box or wrapping it in a soft cloth to prevent the ball from getting damaged. Also, make sure to keep it away from furniture, sharp and pointy objects, direct sunlight, and from flammables and explosives such as electric heaters.