Stability Ball For A Strong Core

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Nice to talk with you again. Today I will show you a piece of equipment you really need to integrate into your fitness routine to get a strong core and a nice mid section. The good thing is it’s not expensive, you can do a lot of exercises and it’s good for men and women. There is stability available to people when you choose the right and effective results. You can select fat freezing for arms to reduce fat and excessive weight from hands and other body parts. The results are similar for men and women.

What is this piece of equipment?

I’m talking about the Stability Ball. Yes guys, the stability ball is for you too! If you really want to improve your core strength and achieve a six pack, you really need to work with the Stability Ball. I make sure my clients do a lot of exercises with this equipment. In my book, “The Ultimate Guide to Express Fat Loss”, all my exercises are chosen carefully to maximize your time and to make sure you burn the maximum amount of calories in the shortest time. Everyone is busy and you don’t want to spend 3 hours at the gym to make your workout efficient.

But make sure you use the right size stability ball for you. I see people using the ball at the gym all the time. The ball is often too big or too small for them. How do you make a good choice if you decide to try one or buy one? It’s simple: sit on the ball and make sure your hips are level or just slightly higher than your knees.

Usually the common sizes are 55cm, 65cm or 75cm. These are the sizes you usually find in the gym. Also, you can use this table as guidance:

55 cm (21 in.) – 4′11″ – 5′4″

65 cm (25 in.) – 5′5″ – 5′11″

75 cm (29 in.) – 6′0″ – 6′ 7″

The stability ball forces you to engage more muscles during the exercise. If you use more muscles during an exercise, you will burn more calories when you workout. I call this – Lose Fat Exercise.

You can do a lot of exercises with the Stability Ball. The next time you perform a bench press with dumbbells, try to use the ball instead of a regular bench. When you use the ball, you need to engage your glutes, abs, hamstrings, quads, as well as your chest, shoulders and triceps. When you try this for the first time, lower the weight a little bit because you need to stabilize more muscles and the feel of the exercise is different.

Sit on the ball and slowly move your legs forward and roll the ball backward over your back. The perfect position is when only your head and shoulders are touching the ball. Make sure you form a straight line with your knees, hips and shoulders. When you are done with your set, slowly come back up to the starting position (sitting on the ball).

If you are overweight or obese and want to try the ball but you are not sure if the ball is strong enough to support your weight, don’t worry because balls can hold between 400 to 600 pounds. Stability Balls are for everyone.

Here are a few things you can do with the Stability Ball:

Weight Training.

Abdominal Training.

Sitting Around : Use the ball to sit on in front of the computer. This will help you maintain good posture and will strengthen your core as you sit. Try lifting one foot from the ground whilst staying straight on the ball. Alternate legs .

: Use the ball to sit on in front of the computer. This will help you maintain good posture and will strengthen your core as you sit. Try lifting one foot from the ground whilst staying straight on the ball. . Flexibility and Yoga.

Playing around: I have a ball in the living room and my son likes it. He plays with the stability ball and I can see his development even at his young age. Make sure you keep an eye on them so they don’t hurt themselves!

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Exercise · Fitness · Guide · Health · Health and Fitness · Weight · Weight Loss · Workout

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