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Physioball

Movements

Crunches (Stability Ball)

Adding weight makes this ab exercise even more challenging.

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Rotational Reverse Crunch - Hanging with Stability Ball

Challenge your abs with this movement.

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Y's - Dumbbells (Stability Ball)

Build strength in your shoulders and upper back with this movement.

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L’s (Stability Ball)

Guard against shoulder injury with this prehab movement.

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W's (Stability Ball)

This movement will work your upper back and help protect your shoulders from injury.

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Movements with Mark: Physioball

Athletes' Performance founder Mark Verstegen demonstrates five strength-building moves using a simple tool: the physioball.

Movements

Plank with Rotational Knee Tuck (Stability Ball)

This movement will challenge your balance and stability and work your core.

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Cable Lift - Stability Ball

This movement will build strength in your torso rotators, upper back, chest and shoulders.

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Reverse Crunch - Stability Ball

This movement will build strength and stability in your abs.

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Rotational Row - 1 Arm Cable (Stability Ball)

You will feel this strength building movement through your torso rotators, lats, arms and the back of your shoulders.

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Russian Twist - Bench Holding Stability Ball

This movement will work your trunk and hips.

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Stability Ball Knee Tuck

This difficult movement will challenge your stability and balance.

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Stability Ball Knee Tuck - 1 Leg

This challenging movement will work your abs, shoulders and hips as well as improve your balance and stability.

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Pec Stretch (Stability Ball)

This movement is an effective way to stretch your pecs.

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Reach, Roll and Lift - Stability Ball

This stretch will be felt throughout your upper back and shoulders.

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Push-up - Physioball Feet Up

This challenging variation on the classic push up will challenge your strength as well as your stability.

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Push-Up (One Foot on Stability Ball)

This challenging variation of the classic push-up will work your chest, shoulders, arms and core.

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Rotational Crunch (Stability Ball)

A twist on the classic crunch makes this movement really effective.

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Hip Crossover (Stability Ball)

This movement will work your core and torso rotators.