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Fitness Stability Ball Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Fitness Stability Ball.

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Balance Training 101

What is with all the weird looking toys you see in the gyms, sporting goods stores, and fitness magazines today? We see funny looking things like a cut-in-half stability ball called a BOSU. There are the small circular "pillow discs" that a...  Read more

Getting Started with SparkPeople's Fitness Starter Kit

Congratulations on purchasing SparkPeople's Fitness Starter Kit! You've taken the first step in making fitness—and all the benefits that come with it—a priority in your life. So you've got the kit…but where do you begin...  Read more

Medicine Ball Training

Medicine balls are a great way to exercise any area of your body, whether upper, lower, or core. There are different sized exercise balls from 2-12, that you can use for numerous different exercises. Medicine ball training is suitable for...  Read more

7 Exercises to Work Your Whole Body

Ever gone through a workout and afterwards said, "That was great, except I forgot to work my triceps," or "I should have done a set of leg lifts"? Here’s a workout that will have you thinking, "Why haven't I don...  Read more

You Can Do Perfect Pushups

Make your fitness dreams come true once and for all, starting with the classic pushup! Pushups tend to be much easier for men, since they have greater muscle mass and strength than women. But you don't have to be G.I. Jane to master the &quo...  Read more

More troubles with the fitness tracking map
Updated 8/27/2014 5:25:19 PM

I was having trouble with mapping a route on the fitness map and being advised that there was a problem of not being able to delete a marker. I was using Firefox and was asked if I had tried another browser. I tried IE and that worked until this morn...  Read more

Kickboxing fitness calories
Updated 8/29/2014 11:01:11 PM

Hi all, So I go to fitness kickboxing 2X a week and would like to track it on my SP fitness tracker but it says that it's like 750+ calories burned/hour. Can that be right? I would assume the class will be different depending on the gym/centre y...  Read more

Fitness and weight loss buddy?
Updated 8/25/2014 7:29:23 AM

Hello all! I am 23 years old and started out at 195lbs in June of this year. I lost 17pounds but over the last two weeks my motivation has dropped to none. Now I gained back 5 pounds and was hoping for someone willing to share motivation and keep eac...  Read more

Change Fitness Setup
Updated 8/23/2014 9:54:51 PM

I recently increased the number of days that I work out and have added strength training to my fitness schedule. I have looked everywhere it seems, and I can't find where I can change days/minutes/cardio or strength planned on my fitness tracker. Whe...  Read more

Do you use the exercise ball?
Updated 8/20/2014 12:03:11 PM

I love Coach Nicole's 15 minute workout. When I lie on the ball and lift my legs to do the back strengthening exercise, I feel like I can feel something in my tummy. Does anyone else have this experience?...  Read more

Sit

Use a Stability Ball for sitting at the computer...  Read more

Kettle bells

I like to use a kettle bell instead of dumbbells because they make me have to try a little harder to balance. Their unique shape makes them easier to swing and do more exercises than the dumbbell.323322...  Read more

SparkGuy's 10 Minute Fitness Club

Group for anyone to build a consistent fitness habit by doing at least 10 minutes of fitness most days per week. See the message board in the SP Challenges forum by the same name....  Read more

8 Great Stability Ball Exercises

One of the most versatile pieces of exercise equipment found in the gym, or even in your own home, is the stability ball. Not only does it help you to build better core stabilization, while aiding in balance and flexibility, it also allows for a m...  Read more

Work Out Twice as Fast with These 10 Compound Exercises

Compound exercises are those exercises that work multiple muscles or muscle groups around multiple joints such as a squat. Isolation exercises, on the other hand, work a single muscle or muscle group around a single joint such as a bicep curl. Compou...  Read more