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.
Your resistance bands are wearing out fast and they are snapping- what could be the problem? In our last article we spoke about choosing an appropriate anchor point for your bands. In this article we look at one very popular exercise and talk about how add this resistance exercise to your workout maybe unsafe and costly.
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Resistance bands workouts can be unsafe if you choose the wrong anchor point for you resistance bands.
Extend the life of your resistance bands by choosing the right anchor for them. Choosing the right anchor will increase the safety of your training, save you money and improve your overall training experience.