Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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stand-up swaying
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This handsome pair of hand-finished, ash rockers consists of six-feet long, three-inch wide, curved strips. Just buckle in your feet and sway away.

The gentle rolling is a relaxing break from sitting and it gives a great workout to the abs and back muscles. For some variety, rock the feet out of sync like a moonwalk in place. Not recommended for use on snow.

FarmerJohn, Apr 23 2003

Rhönrad Discipline http://www.rhoenrad...linen_englisch.html
You're not strapped in. Which seems like a good thing. [DrCurry, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       Can I have mine in Beech?
silverstormer, Apr 23 2003

       You would soon end up with enormously powerful calves - perfect for skiing, skateboarding, or clicking your heels together like a military officer of the thirties.
friendlyfire, Apr 23 2003

       ss: Yes, we've recently located a grove of naturally bent beech on a windy, Baltic coast.   

       UB: To be avoided since one of the boughs may break, the pedi-rocker will fall apart, and down will come Bubba, pedi-rocker and all.
FarmerJohn, Apr 23 2003

       I've seen people sway pretty well unassisted when they are exiting a pub or a bar.   

       Why not go all the way and make big hoops you strap into, for 360 degree rocking (and rolling)?
Canuck, Apr 23 2003

       I'm going to be a doubting Thomas on this one. Unless you provide some serious bracing to the knees and possibly the hips, there is no way you could rock back and forth on six-foot rockers (well, *I* couldn't, anyway). You might as well just rock at the ankles. Or maybe I'm not picturing this right.
DrCurry, Apr 23 2003

       Ay, matey. It’s jus’ the way to keep yer sea legs ashore.
pluterday, Apr 23 2003

       If I may have a second opinion, Doctor, I'm afraid I don't conCurr. One can rock sitting down on 3 1/2 feet rockers by swinging only a leg. This would be somewhat similar to rocking a rowboat, standing.
FarmerJohn, Apr 24 2003

       Side-to-side for that desirable swaying-with-Gospel-music effect
thumbwax, Apr 24 2003


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