Exercise Ball Research
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Below you will find various research abstracts pertaining to
exercise ball exercises and back stability:
Evaluation of functional and neuromuscular changes after exercise rehabilitation for low back pain using a Swiss ball: a pilot study.
Sitting on a chair or an exercise ball: various perspectives to guide decision making.
The response of the transverse abdominus and internal oblique muscles to different postures.
Classroom seating for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: therapy balls versus chairs.
Changes in muscle activity and perceived exertion during exercises performed on a swiss ball.
Muscle force and activation under stable and unstable conditions.
Ball or chair as seating arrangement in the classroom. A prospective study.
Do exercise balls provide a training advantage for trunk extensor exercises? A biomec
Increased deltoid and abdominal muscle activity during swiss ball bench press.
Contraction of the abdominal muscles associated with movement of the lower limb.
The Effect of Short-Term Swiss Ball Training on Core Stability and Running Economy.
The Effects of Stability Ball Training on Spinal Stability in Sedentary Individuals.
Trunk muscle activity in healthy subjects during bridging stabilization exercises.
Importance of the intersegmental trunk muscles for the stability of the lumbar spine. A biomechanical study in vitro.
Back and hip extensor fatigability in chronic low back pain patients and controls.
Effects of pelvic stabilization on lumbar muscle activity during dynamic exercise.
Woman's position during second stage of labour.
Relationship between limb movement speed and associated contraction of the trunk muscles.
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