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- Performing The Correct Stomach Exercises For Those Washboard Abs: Washboard and rock-hard ab is the trademark of a good physique. Scientific research confirms that a tight midsection is attractive to both sexes. People often ask for the best “Stomach exercises.” This is a misnomer.
- Training With Bosu Balls: The bosu balls (pronounced Bo-sue with a “long” o), standing for “Both Sides Up,”
is the strangest looking piece of low-tech exercise equipment that I have ever seen. It seems that someone must have cut apart an exercise ball, sealed a round Rubbermaid or Tupperware lid to the open side and re-inflated it.
- Can Stability Ball Exercises Be Used For Core Training?: By now, everyone and their dog understands the balance of core training for the abs like Stability ball. Core workouts trains the abs muscle and part of the lower back primarily, but also the hips and the entire lower body. As the muscles are forced to contract under pressure, they must dynamically adjust the strength of their contractions to maintain balance and keep you from falling off. But despite all the information out there, a lot of people still aren’t using a ball for their workouts.
- 10 Fitness Ball Workouts to Add to Your Routine: For this article, I will interchange the terms “fitness ball” and “stability ball Exercises,” because according to Wikipedia, people have applied these two terms, among many, to the exercise ball. I will be addressing actual ball workouts for use with this versatile piece of inflatable vinyl exercise equipment that has rolled its way into the hearts of many fitness enthusiasts.
- Using Stomach Exercises to Gain Those Washboard Abs: People often search online for the best “flat stomach exercises," "stomach flatting exercises.”
This is a misnomer. Washboard and rock-hard as is the trademark of a good physique. Scientific research confirms that a tight midsection is attracted to both sexes. The stomach is an organ, not a muscle, and can’t be trained through exercise.
- Using an Exercise Ball: Many of you have seen exercise ball on TV, in the gym or on the Internet and thought that you would never be able to keep your balance on them. However, using the exercise ball is not as hard as you might think. Once you have learned the exercise ball basics, you can go on to learning exercises that are more complicated.