Swiss ball

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Swiss ball


[From the early use of exercise balls by physical therapists in Switzerland during the 1960s.]

Swiss ball

n
(General Sporting Terms) a very large inflatable ball made of strong elastic rubber, used for physical exercise and in physiotherapy
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Next stop was Mary Grace Dela Cruz, the spa's fitness instructor, for a yoga ball class.
Gladstone-Lamas said she was inspired to try flexible seating in her classroom a few years ago after using a yoga ball instead of a desk chair.
The dogs in the study were presented in the same way with everyday noises and three common objects--a cardboard box, trash bag and an inflated yoga ball.
A wide range of home and living and mobility applications, including carpet tiles, a yoga ball and an automotive floor mat made with Hexamoll DINCH, the trusted non-phthalate plasticizer designed for sensitive applications with close human contact.
This is also known as a fitness ball, yoga ball or gym ball, and is used as part of an exercise regime.
During that interim he was voraciously collecting and upcycling the mass-produced flotsam of everyday life: an old pair of jeans, a no-slip bath mat, a broken window screen, a shoe, vinyl place mats, a deflated yoga ball .
Sitting on a yoga ball with your legs spread is apparently good for the baby too.
The workout facilities include weights, a yoga mat, yoga ball and hula hoop.
Mitchell is also promoting his memoir, which he wrote while sitting on a yoga ball due to a long-term back problem.
I went walking and bought a yoga ball to do sit ups and squats on.
Gravelle said, and sensory room items for this sense include rocking chairs, a big yoga ball, and balancing boards.
It's not so much a narrative as a series of pianissimo movements that grow out of this structure: Theresa and Schultz strike up a romance that dissolves in bitterness; Lauren reveals uncomfortable truths about her family life; James is caught off-guard by unexpected feelings; and Marry gets knocked off her yoga ball by the sting of one of her truth exercises.