How to Blow Up an Exercise Ball

Hi guys, it's Michael Hanson with Revolve Fitness Club, and today we're going to learn how to blow up and exercise ball

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  • An exercise ball can revitalize your fitness workout. Also called Swiss balls, balance balls or stability balls, exercise balls are known for working your core and can also strengthen every major muscle group. Physiotherapists use exercise balls to treat patients who have undergone surgery or been in an accident. The ball itself is made of rubber and must be inflated in order to use it. Blowing up an exercise ball is easy and only takes a few simple steps.

    An exercise ball can revitalize your fitness workout. Also called Swiss balls, balance balls or stability balls, exercise balls are known for working your core and can also strengthen every major muscle group. Physiotherapists use exercise balls to treat patients who have undergone surgery or been in an accident. The ball itself is made of rubber and must be inflated in order to use it. Blowing up an exercise ball is easy and only takes a few simple steps.

  • Hi guys, it's Michael Hanson with Revolve Fitness Club, and today we're going to learn how to blow up and exercise ball. Exercise balls are really useful for back, ab and leg exercises, especially if you're doing any kind of rehab. So, when you get an exercise ball, usually they'll come with a pump that looks something like this. What you want to do is whatever it's at, you hear it blowing? What you do is just stick the pump in there and you're going to pump it up. It usually takes about 20 minutes to pump up an exercise ball. So now that your ball is inflated, we can do exercises like alternating Supermans and leg raises, and there's a host of other ab exercises you can do. Thanks again for joining us, and this has been how to inflate your exercise ball.

    An exercise ball can revitalize your fitness workout. Also called Swiss balls, balance balls or stability balls, exercise balls are known for working your core and can also strengthen every major muscle group. Physiotherapists use exercise balls to treat patients who have undergone surgery or been in an accident. The ball itself is made of rubber and must be inflated in order to use it. Blowing up an exercise ball is easy and only takes a few simple steps.

  • An exercise ball can revitalize your fitness workout. Also called Swiss balls, balance balls or stability balls, exercise balls are known for working your core and can also strengthen every major muscle group. Physiotherapists use exercise balls to treat patients who have undergone surgery or been in an accident. The ball itself is made of rubber and must be inflated in order to use it. Blowing up an exercise ball is easy and only takes a few simple steps.

The farther your pelvis is from the ball, the easier the exercise.