Weekly Exercise

Exercise Of The Week: Bicep Curls Using A Stability Ball And Wobble Cushion

This week's exercise uses two pieces of equipment that we'd previously incorporated into the weekly exercises- a stability ball and a wobble cushion. This set requires stability- take your time in completing the movement because form is most important while you built strength and balance. Once you've mastered staying steady on the ball and cushion,… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Bicep Curls Using A Stability Ball And Wobble Cushion

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Exercise Of The Week: Planks On An Exercise Ball

Continuing with our series of exercises using an exercise ball (also called a stability ball), this week we're adding planks to the mix. Start by kneeling on the floor, and lean forward to where your stomach and hips are leaning on the ball.Walk your hands forward, so the ball ends up at your ankles. You'll… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Planks On An Exercise Ball

push ups with stability ball
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Exercise Of The Week: Push-Ups Using An Exercise Ball

Over the course of the past couple of months, we have shared a variety of exercises that can be modified using an exercise/stability ball. Almost any exercise can be made more difficult using the ball; the balance required of your body to stabilize while completing an exercise adds that much more difficulty to any movement.… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Push-Ups Using An Exercise Ball

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Exercise Of The Week: One-Arm Dumbbell Row With An Exercise Ball

Using dumbbells while on a stability ball instantly adds a new element to the exercise. This week's variety of exercise is a simple bent over, one-arm row while on a stability ball. Grasp a dumbbell in one hand and position yourself so the exercise ball is under your stomach and hips. You'll know the ball… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: One-Arm Dumbbell Row With An Exercise Ball

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Exercise Of The Day: Tricep Kickback On An Exercise Ball

This tricep kickback builds strength in your abs (as you stabilize on the ball), as well as your triceps and back. To complete the exercise: Holding a dumbbell in each hand, lie face down with your stomach on a stability ball, toes on the floor, and body in a straight line. Keep your upper arms in… Continue reading Exercise Of The Day: Tricep Kickback On An Exercise Ball