Pilates Exercise Ball Fitness Ball, Yoga Ball for Workout, Gym Training Gry 75cm

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Price: 1699 USD

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New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is
Usage: Office use, Home Use
Maximum Weight Capacity: 600 lb Model: PANDA EYE
Item Width: 30in Material: Pe
Sport/Activity: Pilates, Fitness, Gym & Training, Yoga Type: Exercise Ball
Features: With Pump Color: Gray
Indoor/Outdoor: Both Item Weight: 4
Brand: PANDA EYE Muscle Group: Abdominal, Chest, Full Body, Legs, Thighs

How do you use an exercise ball?

You can use an exercise ball in a number of ways, and since it doesn’t take up a lot of space it’s an excellent piece of home workout equipment. One common way to use a stability ball is as a substitute for a bench. If you’re accustomed to performing exercises with a stable bench, using an exercise ball will require firing up your core, hip, and shoulder stabilizers in a new way. Just keep in mind that because of this extra requirement for stability, you should start by using less weight than you would use with a bench.

Stability balls also allow movement in exercises like ab or hamstring rollouts. And you can use a stability ball as a sort of weight (a very large, light weight) and move it from one side of your body to the other, or pass it between your hands and feet.

What size stability ball should I get?

Before you put your gym’s stability balls to use or buy your own, make sure you have one that’s the right size. Like any piece of exercise equipment, it’s important that your stability ball fits your body. To find the perfect size, all you need to know is your height. If you’re 5’4″ or taller, opt for a ball that’s 65 cm in diameter. If you’re shorter, 55 cm is best. Use a tape measure to make sure that you have inflated your ball to the specified size — it should be firm to the touch, but still have some “give.”


Product Description

Yoga Ball is an exercise ball constructed of soft elastic rubber that is filled with ear by removing a valve stem and filling with air. 

Also know as a balance ball, birth ball, body ball, ball, fitness ball, gym ball, gymnastic ball, physio ball, pilates ball, naval mine, Pezzi ball, stability ball, Swedish ball, or therapy ball.

Health and Exercise Benefits

A primary benefit of exercising with an exercise ball as opposed to exercising directly on a hard flat surface is that the body responds to the instability of the ball to remain balanced, engaging more muscles to control the action.  Those muscles become stronger over time to keep balance.  Most frequently, the core body muscles such as the abdominal muscles and back muscles, are the focus of exercise ball fitness programs.

Another major benefit of using an exercise ball is the ability to recruit more muscle units without the need to increase the total load.  The greatest benefit to increase activation of core trunk stabilizers (abdominal muscles is increased core strength and greater resistance to injury.

In addition, fitness experts and some doctors also recommend sitting on an exercise ball instead of an office chair.

Allows a wide range of exercise to be performed
The stability ball is a great way to get extra support for moves that require endurance and flexibility and it also adds a balance challenge to some yoga poses.

Yoga and Stretching 

Rolling Squats with the ball  ●  Upward facing dog and downward facing dog  ●  Downward dog with leg lift to lunge stretch  ●  Seated spinal rotation  ●  Seated stork pose  ●  Warrior I to warrior II and side angle  ●  Torso rotation  ●  Prone scissor kicks  ●  Superman on the ball  ●  Child’s pose  ●  Forearm balance  ●  Bridge on the ball  ●  Lying hip stretch

Workout Exercises

Stability ball jackknife  ●  Stability ball hamstring curl  ●  Stability ball dead bug  ●  Stability ball V-pass  ●  Stability decline push-up  ●  Stability ball wall squat  ●  Russian twist  ●  Single-leg stability ball hip thrust  ●  shoulder raise  ●  Stability ball roll out

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