It was time for a new fitness ball and I was in the market for a quality one this time so it could last. Many balls are not very durable but this stability ball with seems extremely durable. It has been perfect for toning my abs, thighs and working on all over fitness with my busy exercise routines. I like that it has an good texture that doesn't slip while I am trying to squeeze in a workout. It is a great size and it very comfortable to use in my home.
A key feature of this quality stability ball is that it adds variety and fun to my workout too. If you are not familiar with them, an exercise ball or stability ball has a variety of unique and fun uses for all ages. It has become very popular for strengthening your core like your abs and back. Even my 80+ year old mom loves it. It can help to improve posture and maintain balance and you can use it as part of strength training.This is really a premium-quality, extra thick exercise stability ball.
It is perfect for Yoga, Pilates, Core Training, Gym, Fitness, Fitballing and more. Ideal to use as an active desk chair. Think about how you can train your abs while you work away in your office or home office. All you need to do is change your chair for the Stability Ball a couple of hours a day. This is an easy way to stay fit, avoid back pain, and train your core and pelvic muscles just a little more.
Fitness Ball Facts and Uses:
- Exercise your way to a stronger core
- Improve balance, posture and flexibility.
- Great for physical therapy.
- Can be used with a ball stand in order to make a chair.
- For best performance, re-inflate your new ball once or twice after the initial inflation.
- Durable, premium quality exercise stability ball
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