Last Updated on July 28, 2019
Do you have an exercise (aka stability) ball? Do you use it? Home workouts are among my most popular requests. People are busy and find working out at home both time-saving and economical.
A lot of people want easy, yet effective workouts that don’t require a lot of thinking or fancy, expensive equipment.
That’s why I recommend getting a stability ball. I find that most people already have one… but if you don’t, exercise balls are a must-have for your home gym. They’re fairly inexpensive and extremely beneficial. Exercise/Stability balls:
- Engage multiple muscle systems… which means they help target and activate more muscle fibers at once
- They can be used as either a bench or as a weight
- They help establish, restore, and maintain balance
Today, I’m kicking off a series of stability ball – or exercise ball – workouts that target different areas of the body.
My goal is to show you fun new exercises you can do using your exercise ball… and also get you to recognize and appreciate how they engage more of your muscles. See me explain more and share the workout with you in this episode of CCtv.
How to do this Exercise Ball Workout for Beginners
- Do each exercise, until you feel the burn… once you feel the burn do 5 more.
- Once you’re done with each exercise, move to the next with little to no rest between the different moves.
- Do each exercise back-to-back one time to complete 1 ‘round’ or set.
- You need to do 3 full sets to complete your workout.
Heads up! This workout isn’t going to do much if you’re not following a meal plan, cardio and full body weight training program. You can’t out-exercise a bad diet. For the best possible results, follow a meal plan and complete workout program. If you need help I’ve got you covered.
Results using my Total Transformation Program
You’ll get noticeable results in DAYS not weeks!! Guaranteed.
It only works if you work it, so work it. YOU are so worth it! Leave me a comment and let me know if you felt the burn.
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