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This workout features the stability ball as a tool to add instability, resistance, and variety to several lower body exercises. The muscles of the trunk and spine are used in nearly every position as you work to control the moving ball. In many of the exercises, dumbbells are added to apply more load and challenge the the muscles.
Practice standing, kneeling, prone, seated, and supine positions with the ball. You will notice greater resisted range of motion and dynamic challenge. Not only that, it is fun!
The stability ball is one of the greatest tools for in-home fitness programs. In this 30 minute workout, Lauren will take you through a strengthening routine that requires muscular strength and responsiveness from the trunk and spine to control the moving ball. This video will challenge the hi...
Working with the stability ball can help develop overall control and strength of the core, increase balance and stability, improve spinal mobility, and enhance postural awareness. In this classic Pilates routine, see how the stability ball, originally used for spinal rehab, can enhance many of t...
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help you strengthen core muscles and help give you improved spinal stability using a series of flexion-based isometric exercises. These are the muscles that bend the spine. This includes your "six-pack"!