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Stability Ball Basics

This vidoe shows you the basics on beginning to use a stability/swiss ball, including proper inflation. www.numberoneme.com


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Fitness – Full Body Core Workout 8: Legs and Calves

For the all 8 parts of this workout and all of Zuzana’s fitness and exercise video tips visit her fitness site: www.BodyRock.Tv


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Stability Ball Workout : Stability Ball: Preacher Curl

You can use either your knees or toes to steady yourself as you do preacher curls with your stability ball. Learn how to do a full body workout with a stability ball in this free fitness video. Expert: Sue Conrad Contact: www.fitnesscanbfun.com Bio: Sue Conrad is a personal trainer with a certification through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) since 2001. She currently teaches cardio kickboxing and trains clients of various ages. Filmmaker: Patrick Eaves


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Exercise Index: Swiss Ball Squat

Demonstration of the Swiss Ball Squat. Trainee Rob Turner, owner Functional Performance Systems Before everyone and there mother messages me about the usefulness of this exercise please realize that this is just another tool in the arsenal and not a movement that we depends on at FPS. I do find it a good way to wake up the nervous system and lower extremity stabilizers. Coaching Tips 1. Hold neutral spine positioning with area below belly button pulled inward to activate abdominal wall. 2. Exhale going down. Inhale upon rising. (yes, that’s right for this movement) 3. Perform squat while standing on high quality, burst resistant swiss ball. Regression/Make it Easier ***1. Learn to be very proficient at kneeling and standing on swiss ball. 2. Stand in doorway or hold onto nearby structure to provide additional support while mastering the squat movement. Possible Progression/Make it Harder 1. Keep hands crossed at the chest. 2. Move feet closer to center of ball. 3. Add a small load. 4. Close eyes. Benefits 1. Activates the stabilizers of the lower half. 2. Improves abdominal wall function. 3. Improves proprioception. 4. Strong central nervous system activation. 5. Improves neuromuscular coordination. 6. Challenging and fun. Please seek advice of qualified health professional before attempting as all exercise are not beneficial for everyone. Please subscribe. Thanks for watching. Email – Info@functionalps.com.


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MMA Stability ball

Getting freaky with the ball www.intocombat.com Music: Typhoon – Wind waait


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How to Use a Stability Ball for Exercise

Coach Nicole of SparkPeople.com explains the basics of using a stability or “Swiss” ball for fitness. Learn which size ball you should use, and get safety tips and exercise ideas to improve your core (abs) strength, balance and coordination.


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    Stability Ball Core Exercises : Stability Ball 4 Point Bridge Exercise

    The stability ball four point bridge works glutes, hamstrings, abdominals and the lower back. Learn the four point bridge with tips from aprofessional trainer in this free exercise video. Expert: Carol Ann Contact: www.StudioGroupX.com Bio: Carol Ann, known as the trainers’ trainer, has 19 years of professional fitness training experience and holds a master’s degree in exercise science and health promotion. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz


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    The Best Butt Workout with a Stability Ball

    Work your butt off! Coach Nicole of SparkPeople.com leads you through a short (5 minute) exercise routine that will help you tone up your booty.


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    Stability Ball Squats – Ask The Trainer – Learn Proper Form

    AskTheTrainer.com Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS YES, I went to Oregon State – Go Beavers! Stability Ball Squats are a great exercise for beginners, and people who have postural deviations which prevent them from performing a squat with safe, proper form. Never let your hips jut forward for this motion. Keeping your knees on top of your ankles and in line with your toes relieves undue stress on your patellofemoral joint which is prone to overuse injuries from weight, and cardio training. You can hold dumbbells from the low hang (as pictured) or high hang (at shoulders) position. The stability ball in the video is the Duraball Pro, by far the best stability ball. It will last over a year with heavy, very heavy use and is Highly Recommended. http San Francisco Personal Training


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