Start out with three sets of 12 of each exercise, or enough to feel fatigue in the muscle your toning. Remember, if you cannot do the recommended sets and reps, reduce the weight. Try higher hand weights in a week or two. Check your form, as well. Your form can make or break a workout. Don't let the simplicity of a balance ball fool you. You'll still need a five- to 10-minute warm-up to prevent injury. Try a combination of jumping jacks and jump roping to warm up your whole body before working on the exercise ball with weights.
No matter what your goals, it’s a good idea to warm up, cooldown and stretch as part of your routine. Warm up without your exercise ball or weights and raise your heart rate and warm your muscles using dynamic movements. Jumping jacks and jogging in place while performing arm circles are effective choices. If you perform a cardio workout with your ball and dumbbells, cool down for several minutes without them. Walk around, raise and lower your arms and turn your torso from side to side while your breathing goes back to normal. Finish with a good stretch.
The Hausmann 5545 Exercise Ball Weight Set features color coded, inflatable excercise balls sealed with weight pellets for use in rehabilitation facilities and physical therapy clinics. Hausmann Excercise Ball Weights feature an anti-slip PVC exterior and includes 6 different sized exercise balls including 1.1, 2.2, 3.3, 4.4, 5.5, and 6.6 lb.
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