Get on the Ball: Develop a Strong Core and a Lean Toned Body

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Marlowe & Company, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 184 pages
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Using an exercise ball for strength and fitness may be a relatively new concept, but it’s not just another exercise fad. The ball has been used extensively in rehabilitation and physiotherapy for over 30 years, with phenomenal results. Now fitness expert Lisa Westlake offers exercise buffs a simple, highly effective way to achieve a strong, defined physique using this revolutionary fitness tool. Based on the concept that working out on the “wobbly” ball forces us to use extra muscles and cultivate new skills, Westlake has developed over 90 innovative exercise techniques that will help readers achieve better muscle tone and definition as well as a stronger, healthier, injury-free body. Great for elite athletes, regular gym-goers, and determined beginners alike, Get on the Ball will show readers step-by-step how to use their exercise ball to achieve improved health and appearance. This extensive step-by-step guide is illustrated throughout with 120 duotone photographs.

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Review: Get on the Ball: Develop a Strong, Lean and Toned Body with an Exercise Ball

User Review  - Selika - Goodreads

Good ball workouts. Limited leg at calf exercises. Needs more Pilates work. Read full review

Review: Get on the Ball: Develop a Strong, Lean and Toned Body with an Exercise Ball

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

Pretty good set of exercises that can be done on a exercise ball. Read full review

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