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    • Dawigbcool

      Supine Lateral Shift with Exercise Ball | Core Stabilization ---- Lie face up with feet hip-width apart on floor and shoulders, head and neck on ball. Reach arms to the sides, palms up. Slowly roll ball to the right shoulder. Hold. Roll back to the starting position, then to the left shoulder. Hold. Return to starting position and repeat.

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      balance ball exercises for lower back | Exercise Description: Supine Lateral Shift with Sissel ABS Exercise ...

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      Fit ball abs workout 15 mins Core strength

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    Lumbar Roll with Sissel Ball; Back, Abs This is an advanced exercise. Lie face up with legs bent 90 degrees and the exercise ball under your legs (the ball should be touching your calves, hamstrings and glutes). Extend arms on the floor at shoulder height, palms up. **Without letting your shoulders lift of**f the ground, slowly roll the ball to the left side, then reverse the movement to the right. **For added resistance, place medicine ball between feet or knees.

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    Back Extensions on Sissel Ball | Anchor feet firmly and lie face down with the exercise ball under your pelvis and ribs. Bend your arms and place your hands by your ears. Slowly lift your torso until just your pelvis touches the ball. Do not excessively arch through the back. Release and repeat. For more intensity, hold a Sissel medicine ball to your chest. As you lower your ribs toward the ball, extend the medicine ball in front of you.

    Push-Ups with Feet on Exercise Ball Chest, Core Stabilization, Shoulders your feet and ankles on the ball and your palms on the floor, hands aligned under shoulders. Lower chest toward floor, keeping your upper arms and elbows close to ribcage as your arms bend. Release and repeat

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    Kneel in front of a stability ball with your knees hip-width apart, then place your forearms on the ball, hands in loose fists. (a) Keeping your back flat, brace your core and slowly roll the ball away from you by straightening your arms; extend as far as you can without allowing your hips to drop. (b) Pause, then bend your elbows to roll the ball back to start.

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    Kneeling Push-Ups on Exercise Ball Kneel several feet behind ball with palms on ball. With abdominals contracted, slowly lower chest to ball, keeping upper arms and elbows close to ribcage as your arms bend. Return to starting position and repeat. Variation: For more intensity, perform push-up on toes (This is an advanced exercise)

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    Hip Extension on Sissel Ball ...bridge position with your shoulders and head on the exercise ball and your knees over your ankles. Your knees, hips and shoulders should be aligned. Slowly lower hips toward floor, keeping the knees over the ankles. Then, lift hips away from floor until they are back in line with knees and shoulders. To intensify, perform on one leg.

    One-Arm Prone Bridge with Feet on Sissel Ball Assume push-up position, with your legs extended, feet and shins on the Sissel ABS exercise ball. With both hands aligned under shoulders, place left hand on left hip, balancing on the right arm. When you are balanced, begin moving left arm away from hip until the hand is extending forward (inside of elbow beside ear). Return left hand back to hip. Release and repeat right side.

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