Added by on 2015-07-28

Fit ball CORE STRENGTH - ABS WORKOUT

If I said “hard core workout” I mean you can do it but you will feel it! :) This is part of our superset series so combine this with any of the other in the Superset series to make 30, 45 or 60 minutes of non stop exercise!

Need to know what ball to use? Look here; http://www.efit30.com.au/how-do-i-choose-the-right-size-fitball/

You will nee d a fit ball and a wall! Jess is a personal trainer with Babes on the Run, and if you want a body like Jess well here is where you start!

Do 15, 30 or 45 minutes by adding in more eFit30 routines at the end of this, This is part of the super set series workout 3, Choose to do 15, 30, or 45 minutes of exercise! You can do this power workout once for 15 minutes, twice for 30 minutes or at the end of this we provide other suggested routines to build to 45 minutes! Your choice!

This Fit ball routine is designed to strengthen your core muscles and improve your balance. This will also strengthen your glutes and thighs.

Remember to always warm up before exercise and stretch after exercise.
See more from babes on the link below,

http://www.babesontherun.com.au

Full details for this routine are available at www.eFit30.com.au or on our main Channel

http://www.youtube.com/user/efit30

Contact us: [email protected]

Calories burned?
We use and recommend “My Fitness Pal” to monitor this.

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/iphone

or have a look at “Calories Burned – Activity Calculator” if you plug in your weight and height etc you will get a more accurate number!

http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calories_burned.htm

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Do not attempt exercise without consulting your medical expert if you have not exercised for some time. Remember to hydrate. If the exercise causes you pain stop immediately. #eFit30 #fitness #yoga #Pilates #exercise #health
Video Rating: / 5

Todd Galati and Julia walk you through 3 great stability ball exercises and how to perform each one properly. The abdominal crunch, back extension and plank are great for the beginner to the athlete.

Video Contents — 5:57 length
0:00 — Crunch
1:54 — Back Extension
3:45 — Plank
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