Stability Ball Flab-Fighting Workout
Do more than crunches on a stability ball with these head to toe flab-fighting exercises.
-Leaning back on the ball and move your feet on the wall. Hunch your body up and touch you toes, keeping your core in gauged lean back with arms overheard and rock your body forward again. Do three sets of 20 reps. Really squeeze the ball between your butt and your leg and tiny pulses up and down with that leg without dropping the ball, do 20 to 25 reps, switch sides in a beat 3 sets total. Starting flying position with your shins on top of the ball, keeping one leg in place on the ball and move the other leg to tap your knee to your elbow or as close as you can go. Switch sides on your feet, do 3 sets of 15 reps. Get into a full point position on the ball with your hands touching on the center of the ball and your elbows lower your body to the ball and the ball will [unk]. Then as you straighten your arms, bring the ball towards you and 3 sets of 15 reps. This is just like a superman but this time resting your hips on the ball on your feet resting against the wall. Extend your body forward towards the floor and then left your body up until it form a straight line, continue this motion, do 3 sets of 20 reps. Standing on one leg at the other bent behind you. Hinge forward and reach the ball over your head as far as you can stretch. Straighten your lifted leg behind you as you do this. Reverse this motion back to start. Do 20 reps switch sides on the beat to 3 sets total.
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