I love my stability ball. Stability balls, or exercise balls, are an excellent method to add a little extra challenge to your strength training workouts. As we age, our balance suffers and stability balls help engage and strengthen the core – the muscles most responsible for aiding us in mobility.
Live Infinitely Stability Ball
For this routine, you will need a stability ball. I use the Live Infinitely Forever Flex exercise ball. It comes in a variety of sizes. Use the size chart to select one height-appropriate one for you. The Forever Flex stability ball can hold up to 2200 pounds. Its anti-burst design ensures you don’t experience unexpected explosions. However, I’m not sure exactly how you’d destroy this thing! It’s very sturdy.
It comes with a hand pump, an air valve remover, and an instruction sheet. I found the printable posters especially helpful. While I am accustomed to using exercise balls in my regular fitness routine and own several, I found the programs provided on their website immensely beneficial. They offer over 30 printable posters, several videos, and helpful information.
In this conditioning routine, I take you through several movements encompassing a full-body workout that works the abs, the thighs, hamstrings, quads, upper and lower back, abdomen, arms, and obliques. Since this is just s a quick and dirty video – about 10 minutes long, I only perform one set of five of each exercise. However, feel free to either pause the video between sets to add more – or watch the video through a couple of times.
Also, please keep in mind, I’m just a blogger that likes to stay healthy. So please remember, I’m not a fitness trainer. Please check with your doctor before starting this – or any other – workout to make sure it’s safe for you.
Full Body Workout Video With a Stability Ball
Special Thanks to Live Infinitely for providing the ball for this blog post.
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