exercise ball


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exercise ball

n.
A usually large, inflated plastic or rubber ball used especially for strengthening muscles and improving posture and balance, typically by leaning against or sitting on the ball and assuming different positions or by maneuvering the ball without using the hands. Also called gym ball, stability ball, Swiss ball.
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In the first video, Luna attempts to do some abdominal work with an exercise ball.
The challenges are even more weird: Blow something substantial off a table; get an exercise ball into a bath (without touching it); and best of all, perform a miracle.
The VersaBall Stability Ball is an inflatable exercise ball that can be used to help promote proper posture, increase lower back mobility, and build back and abdominal strength for people of all abilities.
Initially, they believed it was an exercise ball, but when one of the boys moved it, he quickly realised it was too heavy and the appearance of the object was similar to an explosive.
com), a home fitness product that improves upon the bulky and dangerous exercise ball.
To challenge the obliques, make the exercise ball less stable by moving your feet closer together.
So he likes to tee off while balanced on an exercise ball with an extra-long club.
Lie on an exercise ball instead of a bench when doing bench presses, and use lighter dumbbells.
Squats with an exercise ball are a sure route to leaner thighs.
Besen-Engquist stretches throughout the day by using an exercise ball at her desk.