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How to Use an Exercise Ball : Strengthening Your Abs Using an Exercise Ball

Learn how to flatten your belly and strengthen your abs in this free how-to video on exercise ball fitness and workouts. Burn fat and build muscle at home! Expert: Jamie Smithers Bio: Jamie Smithers has been a fitness model for more than two years, working for Nike, VPX’s Redline, and being featured in Oxygen Magazine. Filmmaker: Bob Hunt


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    How to Use an Exercise Ball : Push Ups With an Exercise Ball

    Learn how to do push ups on a physio ball in this free how-to video on exercise ball fitness and workouts. Burn fat and build muscle at home! Expert: Jamie Smithers Bio: Jamie Smithers has been a fitness model for more than two years, working for Nike, VPX’s Redline, and being featured in Oxygen Magazine. Filmmaker: Bob Hunt


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    Leo Laporte’s fitness ball bursts

    Leo Laporte’s fitness ball bursts


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    Stability Ball Crunch

    Sit on a stability ball and place your legs shoulder width apart on the floor. Walk your feet out as you roll yourself down until the lower part of your back is on the ball. With your elbows wide and chin off the chest, lift the upper part of your back off the stability ball (like a floor crunch). Slowly lower yourself back onto the ball. Be sure to control any movement with the stability ball. Focus on proper breathing and do not hold your breath. Video recorded in Bunratty Shamrock Leisure Centre.


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    Stability Ball Reverse Back Extensions – Lower Back Exercise

    AskTheTrainer.com Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS Stability ball reverse low back extensions are an exercise you should only do if you are advised by a qualified professional. The most important aspect is the contraction of your glutes as your raise your heels up. Your glutes are the prime mover for this exercise. Your lower back is just a stabilizer. If you only feel this in the low back you may have muscle imbalances. These will not rid you of lower back fat, but they will strengthen your lower back. Remember to reiterate for the 10000000th time. Resistance exercises DO NOT burn fat off of the muscle you are exercising. AskTheTrainer.com


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    BabyFit Pregnancy Core Workout with a Ball

    BabyFit’s prenatal fitness instructors demonstrate a short and effective abs and core exercise routine with a band and a ball. These exercises are suitable for all trimesters of pregnancy. Find more info about pregnancy and exercise at the 100% free site www.BabyFit.com.


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    Exercises & Fitness for Pregnant Women : Ball Squat Pregnancy Exercise

    Learn how to do the ball squat, a safe and effective pregnancyexercise, from a professional personal trainer in this free pregnancy exercise video. Expert: Casey Neuwirth Contact: www.gateway-fitness.com Bio: Casey Neuwirth is a professional personal trainer at a local gym in Austin, Texas.


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    6 Swiss Ball Back Extension

    Back Extensions over the Swiss Ball complement crunches perfectly. Advantages over more conventional equipment include increased activation of the inter-segmental stabilizers of your spine and core muscles in general.


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    Stability Ball Lunge with Weights- Coach Nicole’s Favorites

    Coach Nicole of SparkPeople.com demonstrates how to do lunges with a stability ball and dumbbells (optional). This is a great lower body exercise to target the thighs (quads, hamstrings) and butt (glutes). Using a ball improves your form and helps you get more out of this strength exercise.


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