The Harley Davidson Dyna was first introduced in '91 with the FXDB Sturgis that was available in limited quantities. In '92 the line of Dyna Models was continued with other dyna models being released. The Dyna features a Big Twin engine and traditional frame styling. This model Harley can be distinguished from the Softail by the traditional coil-over suspension that connects the swingarm to the frame, and from the Sportster by their larger engines. At Deadbeat Customs the Dyna is a favorite of ours, it's my personal daily driver and a favorite among Harley stunt riders. From hanging wheelies to scraping footpegs in the corners, the Dyna is worthy of it's own Dyna Parts category at Deadbeat Customs.
This post will explore fun activities for children using the Peanut Ball! The Peanut Ball is a great piece of equipment that comes in a range of sizes to suit each child’s unique size & therapeutic needs! It is a great dynamic sitting option, providing a bit more stability than a standard exercise ball. Encouraging weight bearing through lower extremities, while leaving the upper body free to engage in crossing midline, reaching and manipulating objects. The peanut ball can be used to promote developmental positions such as prone propping, quadruped, even sidelying. It is also a fun tool to incorporate in dynamic balance challenges for older children!