Once you learn how to use a stability ball (Swiss Ball, Exercise Ball, Antiburst Ball) you will able safely and effectively add them to your training to increase intensity and add variety.
Have you ever seen those big coloured balls in your training facility?
Stability Balls can be used for whole bunch things! How you choose to use them should be:
1) based on your abilities
2) based on your experience
3) based on your knowledge of how to use them safely
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In this video we show you how to use a stability ball to:
1) train your lats
2)train your glutes
3) stretch your lats
4) partner up and do some core exercises and core training
Our goal is to show you how versatile stability balls can be and how to train on them safely and effectively. Doing crunches on a stability ball is only the tip of the iceberg!
Planning your exercises on a stability ball should be done with respect to:
1) your fitness level
2) your experience working with stability balls
The partner based training is really useful because, fitness - at any level - should be fun and invigorating. Adding a partner can potentially add a level of competitveness to training that might otherwise be routine and bland.
Our 60lbs adjustable sandbags come with an entire training library of resources to get your training off to a great start and keep you training safely and effectively.
The most common question when performing 360 Steel Mace Swings and 10 & 2 Steel Mace Swings is " Which hand goes on top ?". The answers on this question vary as you ask different Steel Mace Coaches.
Steel Mace training and swinging the steel mace will bring more questions as more people pick up steel maces and bring them into their training. Just because you have an answer today, keep the chapter open so you can always add to story to as more people bring answers to this question.
These 4 Tips should be kept in mind if you are thinking of starting to swinging a mace; already swing a mace; or, if you are considering moving up in weight with your Steel Mace swings.
We are very happy that Coach Harbert "Heartbeats" Egberts "The Flowing Dutchman" was kind enough to share his writing with us on this topic. The Flowing Dutchman was getting this question a lot, and it’s a good question. We are very happy to be able to share his knowledge and insight with you here.