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This workout features the stability ball to train the abdominal and back areas of the body. The ball will gets you off the floor, helps you to transition from one exercise to the next, and allows you to have improved comfort in many common trunk and spine exercises. and adds new challenges to the neuro-muscular system.
You will notice an increased overall range of motion in many common trunk extension, flexion, and rotation exercises, while making it fun. All levels welcome!
The ball is the best prop to use when strength training. It allows you to position the body in unique ways to encourage joint support and greater range of motion to get more from your exercise routine. This class will move at a comfortable pace using modifications and cues throughout.
The 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. It is considered to be an unstable surface, but it can also make exercise feel much more comfortable. Enjoy this workout in a moving fashion as you transition fr...
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. Some of the best hip and glute exercises can be done with ...