|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|
|Material:||PVC||Name:||Mini Yoga Ball|
|Sample:||Available||Type:||Yogan & Pilates|
pilates balance ball,
yoga stability ball
Pilates Mini Exercise Yoga Balance Ball For Pilates Yoga Fitness Training
|Mini Yoga Pilates Ball||18-25cm||80-120g|
Made from high quality PVC; these large, durable, anti burst Swiss sports balls are available in variety of colours.
Take your workout routines to the next level! These balance balls can replace your old weight lifting bench and be used with various free weights and dumbbells to improve your stability and form.
Great for yoga workouts, sit up / abdominal exercises and stretching after a hard cardio or bodybuilding work out routine. This gymnastic ball can be used while wearing exercise gloves and on a mat.
Suitable for use as a pregnancy birthing ball or as part of a physiotherapy health program to help you strike various poses and postures to relieve stress and improve your body and mind.
Tired of having a bad back from sitting in that same old office chair? Replace it with one of these big, bouncy balls! Its tough portable design means it’s suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Exercises to Try With Yoga Balance Ball
11. Back Extension
You can do it, put your back into it! Start with the stomach and hips on the ball, legs extended straight behind (toes resting on the ground). Hold onto the ball with the hands for balance. If this position is difficult to maintain due to slippery shoes, try placing the feet against a wall. Raise the chest high (like a yoga “cobra”), bringing the hands to the back of the head. Hold for a beat or two, and return to a relaxed position. Repeat for 12 to 15 reps.
12. Tricep Dips
Get stronger tris with this adapted dip exercise. Sit on the ball with legs forming 90-degree angles and feet hip-width apart. Next, place the hands on either side of the hips on the ball and slowly scoot the hips forward so they’re a few inches in front of the ball. At this point, the heels are on the ground and the hands are on the ball supporting the rest of the body. Use the triceps to lower the arms down a few inches, and then return to the starting position. Keep the back straight and abs engaged for 10 to 15 reps.
Been there, done that? This super-advanced move will have even fitness buffs sweating. Start in push-up position (as in no. 8), but with the toes instead of shins resting on top of the ball. With straight legs, use the abdominals to pull the toes towards the chest. Done properly, the torso will be in a push-up position with the back straight (no arching or sagging) and legs angling down towards the ball. This move ain’t for the faint of heart, so give it a shot for 5 to 8 reps.
14. V-Sit With Ball
V-Sit with Ball
V for victory (in the killer abs department). Lie face up on the ground with ankles resting on the top of the stability ball. With arms pointing towards the feet, roll the torso up so the body forms a V with the hips on the ground. Hold for five counts (long enough for a serious case of the ab-shakes) and slowly roll back down to the ground. Repeat for 6 to 10 reps.
15. Ball Jog
Get your heart pumping and release that inner child all at once! For this blood-pumping move, sit tall on the ball with abs engaged and feet firmly on the floor. Lift the knees up and down to bounce as high as possible on the ball. Try bouncing for 2 to 5 minutes to keep the heart rate up mid-workout (or try it as a fun warm-up!).