Starting Position: Sit on the ball and slowly walk out so that your back comes in contact with the ball. Walk out until your shoulders are in the middle of the ball. Squeeze your butt to lift your trunk into a table top position with knees bent to 90 degrees. Extend your arms out in front of y
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Stability (or Swiss, physio or balance) balls are a great way to challenge your muscles. Performing exercises on the ball rather than on a table can improve your balance, coordination, and strength of stabilizing muscles. Movement patterns done with or on the ball are great for building core st
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