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The Push Up
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Lie on your toes, prone placing your
hands on top of the ball. Extend your
legs and keep your back fully st...
The Push Up (With Knees)
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Kneeling in front of the ball, place your
hands on top with your back straight.
From this posi...
The Push Up (Feet Up)
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Lying in a prone position with your
thighs across the ball, extend your legs
and back straight ba...
The Bear Hug
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Assume a sitting position on a flat bench.
Make sure your back is aligned straight
and your are seated wit...
The Sit Up
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The focus of this exercise is to work the areas of
the abdominal muscles but as well as working your
core mu...
The Push Up (With Knees)


Kneeling in front of the ball, place your
hands on top with your back straight.
From this posi...
The Ball Reverse Crunch
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Lying on your back flat against the
floor, grab the ball with your calves
with your arms spread...
More resources
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From BallExerciseWorkouts.com

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BOSU Ball Exercises: http://www.ballexerciseworkouts.com/bosuball-exer...
Standard Stability Ball Exercises
Standard Stability Ball Exercises
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Stability Ball Exercises that Balance You as Well as Your Core.

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Standard Stability Ball Exercises

  1. 1. http://www.ballexerciseworkouts.com
  2. 2. The Push Up  Lie on your toes, prone placing your hands on top of the ball. Extend your legs and keep your back fully straight. Perform a regular push up from the top surface of the ball. Breathe out pushing, inhaling coming down.
  3. 3. The Push Up (With Knees)  Kneeling in front of the ball, place your hands on top with your back straight. From this position perform a regular push up motion. Breathe out pushing, inhaling coming down returning to starting position.
  4. 4. The Push Up (Feet Up)  Lying in a prone position with your thighs across the ball, extend your legs and back straight back while placing your hands flat palm onto the floor. From this position perform a regular push up motion. Breathe out pushing, inhaling coming down returning to starting position.
  5. 5. The Bear Hug  Assume a sitting position on a flat bench. Make sure your back is aligned straight and your are seated with your back against a hard vertical flat surface for support. Grip or bear hug the ball against your chest with your hand squeezing either side. Squeeze in then out and repeat the motion for a set number of repetitions. Make sure you breathe out after you release each squeeze.
  6. 6. The Sit Up  The focus of this exercise is to work the areas of the abdominal muscles but as well as working your core muscles by working upper abdominals as well as the hips muscles.  Lying on the lower part of your back against the ball and place your hands clasped behind your head; raise your trunk and the upper part of your body from the ball then return it to a rest position.  Make sure you breathe out while performing the upward motion of the crunch and exhale when you return to the rest position.
  7. 7. The Push Up (With Knees)  Kneeling in front of the ball, place your hands on top with your back straight. From this position perform a regular push up motion. Breathe out pushing, inhaling coming down returning to starting position.
  8. 8. The Ball Reverse Crunch  Lying on your back flat against the floor, grab the ball with your calves with your arms spread out flat against the floor. Squeezing the ball with the calves of your legs bring your knees forward towards your chest as far as you can then gently roll back the ball back down.
  9. 9. More resources  From BallExerciseWorkouts.com  BOSU Ball Exercises: http://www.ballexerciseworkouts.com/bosuball-exercises-bosu-balance-trainer/ Yoga Ball Exercises: http://www.ballexerciseworkouts.com/yoga-ballexercises/ Medicine Bal Exercises: http://www.ballexerciseworkouts.com/medicine-ball-exercises/ Swiss Ball Exercises: http://www.ballexerciseworkouts.com/swissball-exercises/          From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exercise_ball http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medicine_ball http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BOSU From WikiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Use-an-Exercise-Ball-for-Beginners

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