Fitness Ball Exercises To Strengthen Overall Body Muscles!

It’s a dream of every one to lose weight, get into a good body shape, and be energetic.

It can be possible through signing up at local gyms.

However, most of the people prefer purchasing home fitness equipment for their convenience and effectiveness.

One of the best options to consider while purchasing home fitness equipment is fitness ball. Fitness ball is also known as exercise ball, gym ball, Pilate’s ball, therapy ball, yoga ball, sports ball, and Swiss ball.

Fitness ball exercises are becoming very popular for its wide benefits. The major benefit of a fitness ball exercise is it allows the body to react to the ball’s instability while maintaining your balance and involving more muscles too.Fitness Ball Exercises

The fitness ball exercises mostly works on core muscles of the body, back muscles, and abdominal muscles.

They can be used to develop overall body strength and control of the core muscles, the abdominals, back, chest, arms, and legs. Want to try fitness ball exercises but don’t know how to start? You can try these fitness ball exercises given below.

Elevated Pushups

This fitness ball exercise works on muscles of shoulders, triceps [Tricep Exercises], and abs. To do this, keep the front of your knees on the ball and hands on the floor in such a way that your body is parallel to the floor.

Now, look down at the floor and lower your face to few more inches, then get back to the starting position.

Core Crunchers

This fitness ball exercise focuses on abs and core muscles. To do this exercise, stand on your knees, bend at the waist and place your elbows on the fitness ball.

Now, squeezing your abs, move the fitness ball forward until your upper body and thighs form a straight line. Then, return to your starting position.

Trunk Extension

This fitness ball exercise works on lower back muscles. Start this exercise by getting down on your knees and place your upper body on the top of the ball, with your hands behind your head or arms lightly squeezing the back of the ball.

Now, lift your chest from the ball until your spine is in a straight line or extended slightly. Then, get back to the starting position.

Basic Crunches

This exercise focuses on abs. To do this exercise, keep your feet flat on the floor, lower back on the ball, and upper body and thighs parallel to the floor. Do crunches routinely by lifting just your shoulders and upper back off the ball, by means of your abs.

Seated Wall Roll

This fitness ball exercise works on quadriceps, hamstrings and buttocks. To do this exercise, stand by keeping your back to the wall, feet shoulder-width apart, and set the ball in between the wall and your lower back.

Now squat yourself by allowing the ball to move along your back until you are in a “sitting” position (forty-five degrees angle). Then, get back to the starting position.

The best aspect about fitness ball exercises is that they work on multiple muscle groups and is possible to do several different variations with single equipment.