Stability Ball Leg Curls

How To : Do a leg curl with a stability ball

This version of the leg curl is one of the most demanding hamstring exercises you will find. One should at least have an intermediate level of workout experience before attempting this exercise. A certain degree of muscle control is required in order to be able to stabilize th ...more

How To : Do stability ball hammer dumbbell curls

Learn how to do stability ball hammer dumbbell curls. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Hammer curls are tough to begin with, but doing them while balancing in a modified squat against a stability ball engages your whole body in a battle for stability ...more

How To : Do the split squat with back leg on ball

Learn how to exercise by doing the split squat with back leg on stability ball and front leg on half round flat up and parallel. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: glutes Secondary Muscle Group: calves, hamstrings, quads Base Movement: split squat Equipment: half round fl ...more

How To : Exercise with superman with opposite sides on ball

Learn how to exercise by doing the superman with opposite side arm and leg on stability ball. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: lower back Secondary Muscle Group: glutes, hamstrings, neck extensors, shoulders Base Movement: superman Equipment: stability ball Training Typ ...more

How To : Exercise with the jack knife and pushup on ball

Learn how to exercise by doing the jack knife and pushup on stability ball. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: abs and obliques Secondary Muscle Group: chest, hip flexors, pec minor, serratus anterior, triceps Base Movement: leg raise, pushup Equipment: stability ball Tra ...more

How To : Do a bicep curl with an exercise ball incline

Unless you're tightrope walking, stability is quite a fun killer. Relish in the unknown by learning how to do bicep curls with an exercise ball incline. By forcing your core and your back to deal with the bouncy, unstable nature of the ball, you'll have to work those areas in ...more

How To : Do a BOSU ball leg workout

Three movements on the bosu ball will challenge your balance and stability. They will also build strength in your lower body. First, warm up. Then, do a simple back squat on the bosu ball. Stand on the bosu ball with our feet in front of you, extend your arms, and squat. Do ei ...more

How To : Do a hand to foot stability ball pass

Learn how to do a hand to foot stability ball pass. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits This Pilates-based exercise will help strengthen your core and train your balance and coordination. Starting Position Lie on the floor on your back. Hold a stabilit ...more

How To : Do stability ball dumbbell reverse flys

Learn how to do stability ball dumbbell reverse flys. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Think you have to move your legs to tone them? Think again. For this exercise, just stabilizing your upper body on the stability ball gives your legs a great worko ...more

How To : Do stability ball push-ups and knee tucks

Learn how to do stability ball push-ups and knee tucks. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits The stability ball push-up and knee tucks is a two-in-one workout that focuses on your chest and abs while simultaneously improving overall core muscle strength, ...more

How To : Develop core strength with quick build back arches

Learn how to develop core strength by doing quick build back arches. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Back arches develop core strength while working your legs and shoulders. Go from a flat to a fully arched position, pressing through your legs and s ...more

How To : Do one arm medicine ball push ups

Learn how to do one arm medicine ball push ups. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Push-ups with one hand on a medicine ball work your chest and shoulder muscles especially hard on the lowered side. The effort required to keep you from tilting is a ful ...more

How To : Practice a pilates obliques exercise

This pilates how-to video illustrates the Obliques exercise. This exercise is great for rotation, flexion and strengthening pelvic stability. The Obliques exercise targets the transversus abdominis, rectus abdominis, and obliques. Only take the legs as low as pelvic stability ...more

How To : Tone abs with a medicine ball bicycle maneuver

This instructional video from Men's Health demonstrates one of the best ways of toning your abs. Start out with an easy weight and progress to a heavier ball for more effectiveness. Lie on your back holding a medicine ball in front of your chest, elbows flared out to the side ...more

How To : Do stability ball pike ups

Learn how to do stability ball pike ups. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits You probably think of push-ups as primarily a chest and shoulder exercise—which it is—but the plank position also strengthens the core and abs. This exercise takes that potenti ...more

How To : Do medicine ball knee tucks

Learn how to do medicine ball knee tucks. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits Knee tucks are more than an abs cruncher. The use of the stability ball trains your abs to have a greater degree of stability and control, while also improving your shoulder s ...more

How To : Hold a squat and do a single cable wide pull down

Learn how to do hold a squat while doing a power single cable wide pull down. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life. Benefits For this exercise you'll stay in a deep squat as you do wide pull-downs with controlled speed and powerful force. Doing pull-downs while in ...more

How To : Do a supine stability ball crunch exercise

This exercise is good for abdominal strength and endurance. It is safe and easy to do. The crunch is one of the most incorrectly performed exercises. This exercise works best when done slowly. A workout mat is recommended. In the supine version of the stability ball crunch, t ...more

How To : Lose belly fat with repitition for the lower abs

In this tutorial, we learn how to lose belly fat with repetition for the lower abs. The first exercise you can do is a reverse curl. You will start by laying down flat on the ground with your arms next to you, and bringing your legs into the air, raising your butt in the air. ...more

How To : Do a prone hip extension on a ball

The prone hip extension exercise is used to target the gluteus muscles. It is relatively easy to perform. This exercise is sometimes called the reverse hyperextension. To begin, lie down on a stability ball. Ensure your stomach is on the ball, and then place your elbows and f ...more

How To : Tone arms and legs with 10 minute 300 workout

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tone their arms and legs with a 10 minute, 30 rep workout. This entire workout routine will target the arms, legs, abs/core, aerobic and balance. There are 6 exercises in this workout. The exercises are: plank rows (with weights), b ...more

How To : Define your lower abs with bar exercises

In this video, John Alvino talks about his favorite lower ab exercises. The first is called the lowball pulling. You begin by putting your feet on top of a swiss ball, put your hands in push up position, have good stability and bring your knees towards your chest and then exte ...more

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