Flexus appeals immensely to teenagers. With its swaying swinging movements it provides immediate physical response. Teenagers love that. When standing on the footrest, holding the support bars and swaying the lower body back and forth, teens train the ABC of motor skills: agility, balance and coordination. The sense of balance is fundamental for all other motor skills. It ensures that humans can manage the world securely. During tween and teen years, due to growth spurts, the sense of balance needs extra training. The Flexus develops of the sense of balance through play, and the agility and coordination increase, too. The movements resemble skiing movements and train leg, core and upper body muscles. The teenagers additionally engage in tons of positive competition on the Flexus. They teach peers new skills and train turn-taking and negotiation.
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