Stability Ball Workout

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Hi Everyone!

This was my workout last night. I had fun switching it up and using a stability ball. It was a nice (and challenging) change. 

We are still trying to get unpacked and get settled in so I only had time to go through this workout once. It can be repeated if you have more time. 🙂 

If you don’t have a stability ball don’t worry, you can perform the majority of these movements with your own body weight. The stability ball does add an extra element of challenge to your balance and core. 

I hope you enjoy the workout! The video is below.
Melissa

Beginner: 10 reps
Intermediate: 15 reps
Advanced: 20 reps

1. Squat and Stretch (dumbbell optional)
2. Hip Lift
3. Butt Pull
4. Decline Crunches
5. Bridge
6. Side Crunch (right)
7. Side Crunch (left)
8. Butt Lift
9. Reverse Crunch
10. Leg Lift

6 thoughts on “Stability Ball Workout

  1. Johanna

    Hey Melissa, this will be my workout for tomorrow morning 🙂
    I was wonderin if you might want to do a dip station workout? would be very much appreciated. 🙂
    thanks for all the great workouts!!

  2. Great workout trips. I am going to add them in my exercise routine. I am new to exercise well I am more of a runner. But now I am realizing that walking is not enough and some exercises are also necessary.

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  4. Congrats to you. This feels like an honest starter videodisc or a pleasant addition for folks that desire a quicker pace on most days. i prefer however she talks regarding straining and explains everything. i am fascinated by obtaining a ball.
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  5. Tatyana Lime

    Wonderful workout! Thanks, Melissa! I completed 2 rounds of 20 reps, it took me 25:19. The most challenging exercise for me were Decline Circles, and the most enjoyable – Squat and Stretch (with 6 kg dumbbell).

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