|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|
|Feature:||Eco Friendly||Color:||Any Color Can Do|
yoga stability ball,
pilates gym ball
9 Inch Mini Soft Yoga Stability Ball Balance Exercise Bodyfit Fitness Ball
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.
|Mini Yoga Pilates Ball||18-25cm||80-120g|
Exercises to Try With Yoga Balance Ball
1. Overhead Ball Squat
Squat and Reach
Ready to use the arms and the legs? For this one, complete a traditional squat, while holding the stability ball with the arms extended overhead. Adding weight (nope, not quite light as air) while keeping the torso in an upright position engages the shoulders and deltoid muscles. Go for 10 to 15 reps of this bad boy.
2. Wall Squat
Put those quads to work with this power move. Stand about three feet from a wall with feet shoulder-width apart and the back to the wall. Place the ball between the lower back and the wall and squat down slowly until the legs form 90-degree angles at the knees. Use the ball to support the back as it rolls from the lower back to the shoulder blades. Slowly stand up again, and repeat for 10 to 15 reps.
3. Standing Ball Squeeze
If you embarrass easily, try this move at home. It may look funny, but it seriously works the hips, lower back, and inner thighs. Stand upright and place the ball between the legs, so the center is about even with the knees (it should not be touching the floor). Squat down until knees form 90-degree angles, squeezing the ball to stay balanced. Hold the position as long as possible, working up to 30 to 45 seconds per set. Note: For this move, consider using a ball that’s not the perfect fit. A larger ball makes this move more difficult, while a smaller ball is a little easier on the thighs. Beginners can also use a chair or wall for help with balance.
4. Hamstring Curl
Lie on the floor with arms extended perpendicular to the torso and lower calves and heels resting on the ball. Engaging the glutes and abs, lift the hips up from the floor. Use your outstretched arms for stability—you'll feel wobbly! Exhale and slowly bring the knees in towards the hips, so the feet are resting flat on top of the ball. Pause for a few seconds in this position and then inhale, straightening legs out again. Keep those hips up the whole time to get maximum gluteus maximus benefits. Aim for 10 to 12 reps of this total-body move.
5. Squat and Reach
Get the blood flowing with a slow and steady squat that works your arms and abs as well as legs. Hold the ball with straight arms so it’s about level with the face. Squat down, bringing the ball all the way to the left side, just above the left foot. Hang tight in this position for three slow breaths, and then untwist the torso and return to standing before repeating on the other side. For the best results, keep that butt down in the squats and hold arms straight out in front of the torso. Try 10 to 15 reps of this twisty move to get the arms, core, and legs in tip-top shape.