An inflatable exercise ball has many purposes as it has many names. Also called a training ball, birth ball, Swiss ball, balance ball, and work out ball, exercise balls are often used by physical therapists, fitness trainers, and for rehabilitation purposes. These large balls offer an inexpensive way to build core strength and get a full body workout without leaving the comforts of your own home.
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Between that dusty old treadmill, inflatable exercise ball and clunky set of weights, our homes can quickly turn into gym junkyards. But to get a true full-body workout, fitness expert Amy Dixon says all you need is one piece of equipment: the kettlebell. This compact, cannonball-shaped weight can work your entire body in one session, when used properly.
Inflatable exercise balls are a great, fun way to improve core strength of the back and abdominal muscle groups. Strengthening your back and abs will help improve your posture, which can help alleviate back pain, and increase your ROM. I recommend this exercise ball because of its very high weight capacity of nearly 900 pounds! Two sizes to choose from, either 30cm (Pink) or 75cm (Red), where the smaller size makes workouts more difficult. Also, the ribbed surface on the ball improves traction to help prevent slippage – which is great for safety.