Exercise Balls

Can you really get a good workout by playing with a giant bouncy ball? Yep. We'll get you started and show you moves to target muscle groups and improve coordination and balance.

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Exercise Balls For Dummies

Published 05-06-2005

If you want to shape up or lose weight, get on the ball! <p>It&#8217;s inexpensive. It&#8217;s something you can do at home. It&#8217;s effective!</p> <p>However, unless you have a personal trainer, using the exercise ball correctly to get maximum results can be tricky. That&#8217;s where <i>Exercise Balls For Dummies</i> comes in. You&#8217;ll discover how to turn an ordinary workout into a super workout that builds strength, increases flexibility, and sculpts a great-looking body. The book includes:</p> <ul type="disc"> <li>Step-by-step details on using exercise balls in your regular workout program</li> <li>Tips on selecting and maintaining equipment</li> <li>Illustrated exercises covering a complete muscle workout: shoulders and upper back; biceps, triceps, and forearms; chest abdominals and lower back; legs and hips: flexibility in general</li> <li>Specific applications for Pilates, weight training, stretching, and aerobic exercise</li> <li>Mat workout routines</li> </ul> <p>Admitted couch potatoes can start at the beginning; fitness fanatics can jump right in and integrate the exercise ball into their routines. <i>Exercise Balls For Dummies</i> was written by LaReine Chabut, a fitness model, actress, and writer who owns a women&#8217;s workout spa and stars in workout videos. Of course, she makes it look easy!</p>

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