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    buying a bosu ball

    I'm looking to buy a BOSU Balance Ball. Can I buy one somewhere in Hong Kong?

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    Try the Kettler store on Connaught Rd, next to Wing On in Sheung Wan. Or see if you can buy one through a sports physio. They are expensive.

    What do you want one for- static balance or dynamic?

    If you want something cheap, try the little sports stores dotted around that sell badminton racquets, etc. Some of them will carry budget versions (about a foot in diameter, no stable platform, only good for balance and not bouncing on).

    Or you can get a balance platform (wooden disk with a hard hemisphere on one side) made up from the little woodworking shops dotted over HK. You will need to draw a picture for them though.

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    Perhaps give Never Second in Prince's Building a call.

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    Go to the Optimum performance studio they would definitely sell them. You need to go to 50 Stanley Street, its on the 2nd floor.

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    Another option if you're lazy but patient is to just order one online and wait for it to be delivered. Looks like these guys will post one for a couple of hundred HKD.

    Bosu Ball Balance Trainer

    I trekked all over the place looking for a Bosu and found it a bit frustrating. I did find one in the end (maybe in the Princes Building but I can't remember).

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    Thanks for all your help. I found one at Optimum Performance Studio. A bit too pricey for me though (1200 HKD) but it was the same price everywhere else in HK. They had the full range of the latest gym equipment though.