Side Bridge on Forearm
This exercise lying on your side biases the muscles on the side facing the floor - the quadratus lumborum, hip abductors, peronei, obliques, etc.
Bridge with Hip Roll
Because you are supine this ball exercise biases the muscles of your back, buttocks, hamstrings, and calves.
This is a very advanced exercise that requires very strong stabilizers and a good feel for the way the ball responds to forces you exert on it.
Swim Kick with One Hand Support
Strengthening the hip extensors in an open kinetic chain through these exercises will help strengthen hip extensors as well as your core musculature.
One Sided Hand Walking
This is a very strenuous dynamic exercise that demands strong shoulders and core.
Pike Push Up
The pushup with feet on the ball is hard. This is even harder as your weight is shifted forward.
Seated Leg Raise (arms up)
Here is a good exercise in balance and pelvic control.
Ab Crunch 3
This is a basic abdominal exercise made more difficult by using and unstable surface and moving your arms over your head.
Oblique Crunch 3
Another basic abdominal exercise to strengthen obliques.
Squat Leg Raise
This is a good exercise for hip extensors, pelvic stabilizers and quadriceps. Using the exercise ball helps you maintain good form and posture.
Back to Basics Core Exercise Routine
Beginner Ball Exercise Workout I
Beginner Ball Exercise Workout II
Intermediate Exercise Ball Routine I
Intermediate Exercise Ball Routine II
Advanced Exercise Ball Workout II
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