Every once in while I like to challenge my core and go on a Swiss ball. These type of exercises and amazing for Balance, control, inner unit musculature, nervous system, dynamic posture, purely fun and so on...
I don’t really think you should exercise on it all the time but doing a couple of weeks on each training cycle these are very beneficial. Specially if your sport requires tilting type of reflexes. .
⚠️- warning ⚠️ if you can’t even kneel on a SB then definitely this is not the exercise for you. Like the title says, mainly for athletes.
- the combination of these exercises cover all the muscles on your shoulder (Teres major, Teres minor, Supra and infraspinatus, mid traps, Rhomboids, you name it...)
Draw the belly button in slightly and tuck the tail bone under gently. .
Start by holding onto a machine/ structure .
Warning ⚠️- also make sure the ball you are using is strong enough to take your weight and anti-burst.
Make sure you clear the floor from potential damaging objects
Shout for questions .
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