The description of Ball exercises 2017
What's the matter with these large inflatable balloons that occupy space around the gym? Stability balls (also called exercise balls, balance balls, swiss balls or fitness balls) are more than simple to sit and bounce. They are a great way to improve strength, cardio endurance and balance. By addressing basic movements (such as flexions, squats and boards) on an unstable surface, muscles get more bang for their money. Stability balls are also great for getting back into shape after an injury as they can reduce muscle and spinal tension during certain movements.
The ball exercises are grouped according to the main muscle group to which they primarily target.
Choosing each exercise will take you to a page where you can see detailed instructions and animated illustrations.
The Swiss ball is also known by a number of different names, including exercise ball, gym ball, pilates ball, sports ball, fitness ball or stability ball, therapy ball, yoga ball, ball Ball, body ball or birth balloon, fitness ball, stability ball, exercise ball exercise, work ball, stability ball exercises, pilates ball exercises, baseball, medicine ball With handles, exercise chair ball.
The bullet exercises mainly target these parts of your body:
- Lower back,
- Inside the thighs
- Sides Abs
- Flexors of the hip
- The back of the middle
- Low abs
This application provides:
- Exercise Squat above the ball
- Swiss Ball Hip Raise
- Wall Star
- Exercise Hamstring Curl
- Stability and stability ball climbing
- Swiss Ball Lunge exercise
- Flat board of fitness ball
- Extension of the stability ball
- Swiss Tricep Ball Slices
- Stability Ball Pikes
- V-Sit With Ball exercise
- Stability Ball V-Pass
- Stability Ball Knee
- Knee Suspension Raise Exercise
- Swiss-Ball Ski Step
- Stability Ball Jog
Do not hesitate to share this application with your friends and your gymnastic partners.