Stability Ball Exercises

  • Ball On Wall Squat Hold

    This is a great squat to do if you are concerned about your knees, as the wall supports some of your weight, and your spine stays perpendicular to the floor so does not put your knee at an exaggerated angle.

  • Ball On Wall Squats

    This is a great squat to do if you are concerned about your knees, as the wall supports some of your weight, and your spine stays perpendicular to the floor so does not put your knee at an exaggerated angle.

  • Ball Push

    This is a simple variation of a traditional crunch to challenge the abs a little more by holding the ball over your chest.

  • Ball To Floor Lunges

    This exercise adjoins the upper body with the lower body-you will get a back and shoulder workout by touching the ball to the floor and a leg workout by doing the lunges.

  • Bicep Curl

    You can concentrate solely on good form and fatiguing your biceps since you are sitting on the ball in this exercise.

  • Bridge Balance

    Not only does this strengthen your glutes, it will work muscles deep within your hips and back as you attempt to maintain your balance and your hip placement as you lift one leg.

  • Calf Press

    Although you do not need the ball to work your calves in this manner, this exercise is a good way to bust boredom or just incorporate the ball into your entire workout.

  • Chest Fly

    With this movement you will get a chest stretch while you strengthen the chest and biceps.

  • Chest Press

    You can adjust the weight with this chest exercise more than you can with a push-up but still strengthen the same muscles.

  • Clam

    The clam strengthens your external hip rotators which give you support when standing on one leg or landing from a jump. This can in turn lead to healthier knees because they will not receive undue torque from the upper leg bone being internally rotated.

 

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