Live Event with Lauren Eirk | Stability Ball Leg Workout
On the Ball • 1h 10m
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!
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