Who doesn't want a ball exercise tip that can challenge your current Pilates exercises as well as your balance and core strength?
My clients love a new challenge and one of the most fun and challenging workouts is on the exercise ball.
I might have a smile on my face here, but my whole body is quivering inside to keep my balance and keep me from flying off this ball!
Whether you are balancing on top of your knees, feet, tummy, or back the exercise ball if both fun and challenging.
TIP #1: Using Pilates Principle's!
Pilates with your ball is a great exercise ball back program.
Working with the ball and using your Pilates Principles teaches each individual how to activate the deep core muscles to help stabilize and protect your back while working your abdominal and back muscles simultaneously.
Find out more about Pilates exercise ball workouts in the articles below.
TIP #2: How-To's for Beginners!
Maybe you just got your ball and want to learn some basics about how to use your exercise ball.
Check out these great articles for beginners just getting started with an exercise ball.
Find out the many benefits from a stronger midsection to improved balance, of an exercise ball workout and get a great looking ball too!
And...This one really helps with the SI Joint pain you may feel during and after pregnancy.
TIP #4: Improve your Game!
A great ball exercise tip for golfers, tennis players, hikers, bikers, and just about anybody that wants to increase their core strength and improve their sport specific skills can be found in these articles.
TIP #5: Challenge yourself! Check out these latest exercise ball tips for a variety of intermediate and advanced exercises you can learn to perform on your exercise ball.
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The best exercise for people with scoliosis will depend on what type of curvature you have. With an "S" stabilize the spine, with a "C" stretch one side and strengthen the other.
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