60 Up

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60 Up is a non-electric board that's been made to help people improve their balance by creating or recreating a strong connection between the brain and the entire body, including the legs, feet, and core. This exercise board has been designed with senior citizens aged 60 and up in mind, but it can be used by anybody, and athletes may find it especially useful. It comes with an instructional DVD that contains workouts for people who are at various levels when it comes to mastering balance.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of 60 Up is $249.95 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Assemble Board

    When you receive your 60 Up board, the board will be in one piece, but you'll need to add some extra pieces, such as the poles, the resistance bands, and the red ball. To find out exactly how to add these pieces, consult the included quick-start brochure and instructional DVD, or the official website. Test each piece to make sure it's been secured tightly in the proper place before you move on.

  2. Mount Board

    Next, once your board is set up, place it on a flat surface and hold onto one of the attached poles with each hand. Following that, you can step onto the board and rock back and forth to test out how it feels. If you've been struggling a lot with balance, or are otherwise fearful, you may want to try placing one foot on the board at a time, before finally stepping on with both.

  3. Start Workout Dvd

    When you feel like you're used to standing on your board with two feet, you can start up the included workout DVD. It's best to start with the most basic workouts and work up from there, even if you're experienced with physical activity. How fast you'll progress through the different workouts will depend on your unique fitness level, but you certainly shouldn't expect to finish them all in one day. You should exercise as long as you feel comfortable, regardless of whether you do so for only a few minutes or for more than an hour.

  4. Dismount Board

    After you're done exercising for a while, take one foot off your exercise board at a time, while still hanging onto both poles. Then, let go of the poles and leave your board in place until the next use, or remove the poles so you can store it in a closet or under a piece of furniture. For help with removing the poles, consult your instructional material.

How It Works

Often, as people age, some neural connections between their brain and body weaken, and this makes it harder for the body to respond quickly to a loss of balance. This can happen not only due to age, but also due to a lack of exercise for a long period of time, or a physical injury. When this occurs, falls are more likely to happen. The 60 Up board can help reawaken the connection between the body and the brain, though, by forcing the brain to focus on certain challenging movements as the entire body is exercised through those movements. Over time, as the brain-body connection is strengthened, a person's balance and reaction time should naturally improve, regardless of their age. Consequently, falls should become less of an issue.


  • For Indoor and Outdoor Use

    Some exercise machines can only be used indoors, as they require electricity to operate, but this board can be used on flat surfaces outdoors, too. It's 100 percent manually powered by the user who's on it, so you'll never need electricity or batteries in order to use it properly. However, if you'd like to use the instructional DVD instead of doing the exercises from memory, you will need a digital device to play the DVD with.

  • Supports 300 Pounds

    The 60 Up board is fairly lightweight itself, coming in at a weight that's slightly shy of 15 pounds, but it'll actually support up to 300 pounds. Although the majority of adults don't weigh more than that, if you are a bit heavier, you can order special poles that will provide you with extra support. People taller than six feet, two inches and shorter than five feet, two inches will also be able to obtain specially created poles.

  • Includes Bands, Ball

    Various workouts that you'll do with your balance board, if you follow along with the instructional DVD, will involve the included resistance bands and the red ball at the front of the board. The resistance bands will help you strengthen your arms as you balance, while the red ball will massage certain pressure points within the feet and thereby speed up how reactive the feet are. If the feet can react more quickly, they'll be able to correct shifts in balance more quickly for you.

  • Won't Tip Over

    While you're standing on your balance board, you won't have to be concerned that it'll tip over and send you to the floor. As it rocks, it'll only do so at an angle of eight degrees, which isn't a steep enough angle to make it tip.

Positive Points

  • May Add Years to Life

    In some cases, improving your balance as a senior (or even as a younger person) can literally add a few years to your life. Even if that's not the case for you, you'll likely experience more years of physical activity due to using this board, because of the excellent shape it can keep a person in. You may be able to continue living independently for much longer than you otherwise would be able to, instead of moving in with family members or into a retirement home.

  • Can Help With Stair Climbing

    If you're aging or injured, you may find that one of the most difficult things to do is climb stairs, but your 60 Up will likely help you out with that type of movement. When you complete the workouts that your instructional DVD will provide, you'll be working the same muscles that people often use while climbing stairs. Once you're on the stairs again, your muscles will be fairly used to a similar challenge, so they won't find the exertion as fatiguing as usual.

Critical Advice

In order to give your brain as much of a challenge as possible, it's best to keep your eyes forward at all times as you use your 60 Up board. The alternative is keeping your head down and staring at the board, but this won't challenge your brain as much, so progress may happen more slowly for you. If you go this route, you'll actually be making your eyes do most of the work.


  • Don't Exercise in Socks

    When you're using this balance board, you must wear athletic shoes, or no footwear at all (bare feet). If you wear socks only, your feet may slip off, and you could injure yourself.

Wise Advice

Do not buy 60 Up online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy 60 Up online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 16 Nov 2020 Shellie - (Bullhead City, AZ)

Bad Review has bad Information

Also this is an Amazon review page NOT 60UP and they are trying to get you to buy something they sell. By the way I am a seller on Amazon.

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Posted: 21 Sep 2020 Robert Appleton - (Phoenix, AZ)

Available Parts

Is there an available part that keeps the board level so we can use it for a step board as well? Can we order the heavy duty poles as well as keep the normal poles? If necessary, we can pay extra for the two sets.

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Posted: 07 Sep 2020 Kris Brown - (Amarillo, TX)

Commercials Need Help

You talk about how inexpensive the board is. Nowhere in any of the commercials is there a price shown. Also, there is a disclaimer that this product is not available on Amazon but your web page sends you there to compare prices. We seniors may be lacking health physical health but we are not stupid, your commercials seem to me. To imply we are.

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Posted: 11 Aug 2020 Rhanda G - (Port Aransas, TX)

No No No

They expect retirees to cough up 2-3000 dollars for this GIMMICK!
Please practice your step ups and step downs on the lowest 2 steps in, or out, or near your homes: same benefits and it’s FREE! We are all on limited incomes. I find this shameful!

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Posted: 16 Nov 2020 Shellie

I think you are mistaken about the price not Thousands of dollars it's the regular price is $350. And my mom went from sitting for nearly 3 years and barely walking and having vertigo until now she is up and walking. Not a gimmick.


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Posted: 07 Jul 2020 Robert J Curl - (Perkasie, PA)


I've had the same problems as Bob. This board is the best thing I've ever bought for myself.
I've been using the board for three weeks. Starting at the beginner level.
I can't believes the difference it's made in my life.
I'm 76 years old. I'm walking better with better posture. This board is the best.
I do the board twice a day every day. I can't wait to move on to intermediate level.
Dan and Bob.

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Posted: 18 Jun 2020 Dawn - (Chattanooga, TN)

Incredibly Pleased with Purchase

I am just 57 and started experiencing balance issues as it was discovered that I at some point had at brain aneurism. No further aneurysms to be fearful of but the lack of balance was very depressing to me. I have purchased other balance boards in the past and stop using them because I could not master getting/staying on without holding on to a wall. The polls on 60 Up are perfect for me. I feel safe on the board and in a few sessions, I can find my balance while moving about. In the training video, dan said to trust the board, once that sunk in I got on with both feet. I use this daily now and I have noted that my balance is much better during the day, and I am walking with more stability during the day. Also, a nod to great customer service with an issue I had. Very pleased overall.

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Posted: 04 Jun 2020 Kathy - (Boynton Beach, FL)


I have had my 60 Up for a week now and I can already feel the difference in my balance I am 67 years young. I have noticed my balance has been getting worse over the years. Trying to get out of the pool without a rail I can barely do. When I am at church thank God for the pew in front of me because when I kneel I can hardly get back up. I like to walk but that doesn’t improve the strength in your legs. This really forces you to use your legs and to use your muscles and regain that muscle that you lose over the years. It is well worth the investment. Who needs a gym. Dan, the trainer, on the DVD or YouTube, explains every move you do in the workout and why you need to do it. Thumbs up!

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Posted: 30 May 2020 vivien s smith - (Camden, SC)

Suitable for People with RA?

Is the 60up balance board suitable for people with rheumatoid arthritis?

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