|Place of Origin:||Shanghai|
|Certification:||6P free test from SGS|
|Model Number:||Half Balance Ball|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100pcs|
|Packaging Details:||1 pc/carton box|
|Delivery Time:||15-45 days based on quantity|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||200000pcs per month|
|Material:||100% PVC||Color:||Any Color Is Available|
|Name:||Half Balance Ball||Certificate:||SGS|
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Yoga Half Ball Balance Trainer Fitness Strength Exercise Gym Core Training
Balance ball exercises combines all the elements of fitness cardiovascular toning and flexibility into unique and highly effective combinations
balance trainer combines physical and mental focus
balance exercises has the option to take it with you to the gym, park, or friend's house with its lightweight and easy to carry design
Mold size Chart
|Gym Half Balance Ball||55cm||3600g||1pc|
Why the Yoga Half Ball Is a Worthy Exercise Tool?
The beauty of a yoga halfball is that you can perform all types of exercises with it—everything from leg exercises balancing on it, to core exercises and even upper-body and cardio work. Beachbody super trainer and creator of 80-Day Obsession. In any of those scenarios, it simply adds an extra element of instability, which requires you to engage more of the small muscles in your core that help you control your body and stay balanced.
Ultimately, you’ll get a more intense core workout—no matter what muscles the exercise technically targets—and improve your balance by using a tool that challenges stability like a BOSU ball. It also can help improve proprioception (knowing where your body is in space) . Having a greater sense of body awareness helps you better control your movements, positioning, and ultimately, both your posture and ability to do exercises with proper form. So like, it’s kind of a big deal.
Like any new exercise or piece of equipment, it’s best to start with the basics and work up to more complex moves after you’ve built your stability a bit. Before you do anything else, simply stand on the blue side of the yoga halfball to get a feel for it. Yes, you'll feel wobbly, but with time, you'll start to feel more stable. Then, try out some of the moves below.
Exercises to Try With Yoga Half Balance Ball
Place the blue side of the Gym Half Balance Ball on the floor.
Bend down and grip the sides of the black platform.
Extend your legs out behind you to get into high plank position. Your body should form one straight line from your shoulders to your heels.
Squeeze your entire core, your glutes, and your quads, and tuck your butt under a little to keep your lower back straight. Make sure you are not dropping your hips or hiking your butt up high toward the ceiling.
Position your head so that your neck is in a neutral position and your gaze is in between your hands.
Once you're stable in high plank, slowly draw your right knee to your chest.
Extend your right leg back out to starting position, and immediately draw your left knee to your chest.
Continue to alternate sides for 30 seconds. Move slowly at first, and then increase the speed as your stability improves.