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See the below image for the Ball exercise plan infographic diagram. I’ve included 173 exercise ball exercises with over 300 illustrations detailing exercises that require nothing but an exercise ball. I’ve included a variety of sample exercise ball workout programs for individuals with different levels of experience and involvement in sports.
Or, a stability ball, to be exact. Also referred to as an exercise ball or a balance ball, stability ball exercises can take your workouts to the next level. Stability ball workouts help to teach the body to move as one unit,” explains Openfit fitness specialist Cody Braun.
Exercise Advice: Using a large exercise ball, lay your back on the ball with your feet placed firmly on the floor. Your lower back should be centered on top of the ball. Place your hands on either side of your head. Crunch your upper body forward and roll your shoulders towards your hips.
See the below image for the Battle rope exercises diagram. Battle rope workout. 1 1 – Alternating waves. A classic battle rope move that mainly works your upper body. Lift one arm up and then the other to create waves down the rope. 2 2 – In and out waves. 3 3 – Two-handed waves. 4 4 – Clockwise swings. 5 5 – Counter-clockwise swings. More items
They can also be done with dual/double waves (rather than alternating, the arms/ropes are moving in sync with each other). Two other exercise examples that we love to do with battle ropes are Battle Rope Burpee Power Slams and Battle Rope Skier Jack Waves.
The Battle Rope Crunch On your back, direct your arms up over your shoulders – stabilize – then crunch. Even though you’re crunching, try to maintain some length in your spine as you compress your top rib down. Hollow out your abdomen and pull the belly button down to the ground with intensity. 3 sets, 30 reps each. 2. V-Sit Arm Pumps