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Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball

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  • To perform the exercise, as per the publication, the person grabs a Swiss ball or exercise or stability ball. Next, he gets into a push-up position, with his feet on top of the ball. Then, he makes the pike by using his core muscles to lift his buttocks into the air, over his torso. After that, the person does the roll-out. He brings the body down, allowing his body to move along the ball, until it is under his knees and the arms out in front of him.

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  • A is a type of exercise equipment in the form of large, inflatable balls, generally with a diameter of about 17.75 inches to about 29.5 inches (45 cm to 75 cm). These balls are also known by a number of other names, but the other types may differ from the “original” Swiss ball. These include , ball, therapy ball, sports ball, , and . Whichever exact type is used, there are Swiss ball exercises in which they can be employed in a variety of ways.

    More often, a person uses the ball as part of a program of Swiss ball exercises in which he or she interacts with the ball in a variety of ways. For example, it can be used for upper body, lower body, and trunk exercises. More specifically, it can be used to target the pecs, shoulders, and triceps; lower, middle, or upper back; quadriceps, hamstrings, and buttocks; abs; or core in a variety of combinations. There are Swiss ball exercises suited for beginners as well as for more advanced users.

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  • Another way to characterize the types of exercises that can be done with Swiss balls is by how the balls are used in the exercise. In some cases, the ball may be used as a seat or a bench. For example, in some Swiss ball exercises, the user may recline on the ball and do leg extensions, leg raises, back arches, or forward leans. Other exercises may call for the user to press against the ball, either with the ball against the wall or the floor. One may perform planks, balancing ones arms or feet on the ball, or hold the ball between one’s feet or thighs or hands while performing certain movements.

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Because it provides an unstable surface, it is particularly useful for core strengthening and adds extra difficulty to many exercises. Then slowly lower yourself onto the ball, holding that position for a few seconds, then lifting yourself back up gym ball exercises for beginners and repeating the process. In some cases, a Swiss ball can make an exercise easier too, for example a Swiss ball squat exercise helps maintain form for those new to squatting.