|Place of Origin:||Shanghai|
|Certification:||6P free test from SGS|
|Model Number:||Yoga Ball|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100pcs|
|Packaging Details:||deflated then into a master carton box|
|Delivery Time:||15-45 days based on quantity|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||200000pcs per month|
|Name:||Yoga Balance Ball||Special:||45cm-85cm|
|Type:||Yoga & Pilate|
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Core Exercise Yoga Pilates Ball 55cm 65cm 75cm Soft Stability Ball With Pattern
As adopted durable and high-quality material in balance ball, it can support 600 lbs which provides you with the most rigorous workout / fitness condition. High durability enables you to sit on the exercise ball chair in the office / home everyday, which helps you improve the sitting posture.
Balance ball fits for different exercises, such as yoga, pilates, stretching and crossfit, which enhance coordination and balance and increase flexibility in abdomen, thighs and lower back. Also, it can help you tone, sculpt and chisel your shoulders, arms, hips, thighs and other muscle groups through using the exercise ball. Meanwhile, your muscle can be greatly relaxed. Thus, stability ball is perfect for different kinds of exercises.The size of balance ball includes 55cm 65cm 75cm and 85cm exercise ball in diameter. There are 5 colors available in exercise ball, including BLACK, BLUE, PURPLE, SILVER, PINK.
Mold size Chart
|Anti-burst Yoga Ball||55cm||850g|
|Common Yoga Ball||55cm||800g|
Exercises to Try With Yoga Balance Ball
1. Ball Lunge
Ready for the balance big leagues? While standing, place the ball behind the body and put one foot top-down on the top of the ball. Step the other foot out about six inches, and bend both knees in a deep lunge. Make sure the knee of the front foot does not go over the toes. (For the stability-challenged, a chair or railing can provide extra support.) This advanced move will test stability as well as strength, so shoot for 8 to 10 reps (or as many as you can do with proper form) on each side.
2. Reverse Extension
Last but certainly not least, time to work that booty! Start with your chest on the ball, with fingertips and toes resting on the floor. Roll forward so hands are under shoulders and hips are directly touching the ball. With the feet together and the core engaged, lift the legs straight from the floor until they are in line with the torso. Hold for a beat and then repeat. Try for 12 to 15 reps before heading back to solid ground.
3. Balance Push-Up
These ain’t your mama’s push-ups! Take this basic bodyweight move to the next level with a stability ball. Lie facedown on the ball with hands and feet touching the ground and the stomach on the top of the ball. Walk the hands out until the shins are resting on the ball and the torso is in a flat push-up position. Lower the torso towards the ground until the upper arms are parallel to the ground. Return to the “up” push-up position and continue for 8 to 10 reps (or more, if you can hang).
4. Standing Plank
Pump up the intensity of a standard plank with this move. Using a wobbly stability ball gives the shoulders and arms an extra-tough workout. With one leg extended behind, rest the elbows and forearms on the ball (for a really tough challenge, try this with straight arms). Step the other leg back so the feet are together. Hold the position as long as possible, working up to 30 seconds per set.
5. Roll Out
This multitasking move works the arms and and core (score!). Kneel behind the ball, with palms down on top. Slowly use the hands to push the ball forward until the triceps are resting on top of the ball and the legs are almost all the way extended with the knees on the ground. Remember: A tight core will keep the body moving straight ahead. Feeling pressure on the knees? Place a towel or yoga mat under them for a little extra TLC. Concentrate on maintaining the proper form for 10 reps straight.