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Both the stability ball and the "mini" sponge ball can act as an amazing tool to help support the joints, add resistance, and cause us to have to react to the moving surface. Each providing resistance, they are different sizes and designed for different exercises. They are both considered to be unstable in some cases, but they also make joints feel much more comfortable.
We will target the upper, lower, and core areas with these versatile tools to add variety and challenge in your workouts. The stability ball will allow you to transition from one position to the next, as the sponge ball can be used in many ways to create a fulcrum to move around. All levels welcome, as modifications will be given.
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This workout is designed to be creative and fun, allowing you to focus on specific areas of the body. Each has three variations, called TRI-sets! Many modifications are given for each exercise. The ultimate goal is joint integrity, muscle strength, and improved motor learning.
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