Best Floor Discs for Women

Best Floor Discs for Women

The best floor discs for women are game-changers for your workout and can be used in a variety of settings, from the gym to physical therapy and fitness training to improve balance, stability, and coordination. They're incredibly versatile and come with scores of benefits.

Learn more about the benefits of floor discs, how they're made, the muscles they target, safety, and potential benefits. 

What are Floor Discs? 

Floor discs, also known as balance discs, gliding discs, or wobble cushions, are small discs used to enhance different exercises through sliding. Whether you want to get your body moving or improve your stability and core, the best floor discs for women can help.

What Are the Best Floor Discs for Women?

Uplevel your workout with some of our favorite floor discs that you can incorporate into dozens of exercises. Here are some of our favorites to consider.

Donut Dual-Sided Floor Sliding Discs

Pick up a fun and sassy pair of these Donut Dual-Sided Floor Sliding Discs. With one rough side and one smooth side, you can glide across the floor with the level of resistance you want for your workout.

This set of two multi-functional sliding discs uses a fabric surface for use on tile, wood, laminate, or similar floors. A convenient Movéo logo bag makes our floor discs convenient while traveling.

Pizza Dual-Sided Floor Sliding Discs

Our Pizza Dual-Sided Floor Sliding Discs come in a delicious pizza pattern with a smooth surface to use on carpet and a fabric, more textured surface for use on tile, wood, laminate, or other floors. Enjoy a Movéo logo bag to keep your body moving on the go.

What Are Floor Discs Made From?

Floor discs are usually made from a soft, flexible material, including rubber or foam. They are typically covered in a non-slip surface to prevent them from sliding around during use. Some floor discs also have a rough, textured surface on one side to offer additional grip and more options for your next workout.

How Do Floor Discs Enhance Your Workout?

The best floor discs for women challenge you to keep your balance by stabilizing your core. Use floor discs on your feet or hands for a full-body workout. You end up with a more intense workout as you slide the discs across the floor.

What Kind of Exercises Can You Do with Floor Discs?

Not sure how to start using floor discs? Here are some exercises to incorporate into your weekly workout routine.

The Plank

Kickoff your floor disc exercises with the plank by placing the disc under your hands (or feet) and assuming the plank position. The unstable surface of the disc will engage your core muscles to work harder. 


Stand with one foot on the disc and the other foot on the ground, then lower your body down into a lunge position. The disc will help challenge your balance and coordination as you move through the exercise.

There are many other exercises that can be done with floor discs, including squats, Russian twists, and side planks. The possibilities are endless, and incorporating floor discs into your exercise routine can add an extra level of difficulty and variety to your workouts. Just be sure to start slowly and gradually increase the difficulty as you become more comfortable and confident with the unstable surface.

Which Muscles Do Floor Discs Work?

Floor discs significantly impact your muscles, including your core, legs, and feet. The muscles in your core from your abs and lower back are vital for maintaining balance and stability.

When you use floor discs, you ultimately improve your strength and endurance, which can help to improve your overall stability and balance. Developing strong muscles can also help improve your athletic performance, everyday endurance, and ability to adapt to physical challenges. 

Are Floor Discs Safe to Use?

The best floor discs for women are generally considered safe as long as they are used correctly. It is essential to follow the manufacturer's instructions when using any floor discs and start with a smaller or more stable if you are new to using them.

Pay attention to how your body feels and its signals, and stop using the floor discs if you experience any discomfort or pain. If you are pregnant, have a pre-existing medical condition, or are recovering from an injury, it is essential to check in with your doctor or a healthcare professional before using floor discs.

Shop for the Best Floor Discs for Women

Ready to take your movement and fitness goals to new levels? Browse our entire selection of the best floor discs for women, cooling towels, exercise mats, foldable travel mats, resistance bands, and more to empower yourself to succeed.

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