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The Gymball MAX engages multiple muscle systems, uses the body’s natural processes to restore balance and boost core muscle activation. Be sure to look at the Gymball Accessories and Special Bundle Offers!

Exercise Balls FAQs

What can an exercise ball be used for?

Exercise balls can be used for improving balance, core strengthening and muscle toning. They have a wide range of applications from physical therapy/rehabilitation to general fitness, they are also referred to as Stability balls and can be used for Yoga and Pilates in addition to Physiotherapy and Exercise.

Does the exercise ball really work?

You can use an exercise ball in conjunction with your exercises or by themselves. Exercise Balls pose numerous benefits such as core strengthening, back and spinal health and better posture. Therefore, if you are trying to achieve any of these things and using the exercise ball correctly and responsibly then Exercise balls do really work.

What do exercise balls improve?

The main areas of improvement with an exercise ball are the core and the spine. Exercise balls, with appropriate exercises, can be used to strengthen core muscles which include muscles in and around the lower back, the abdomen (abs) and the pelvis. An exercise ball can also be sued to strengthen the muscles around the spine. This all helps improve posture, endurance, and core strength.

How do you get a flat stomach with an exercise ball?

A flat stomach requires intense core exercise that burns fat around the abdomen and strengthens the core muscles. There are numerous exercises you can do with an exercise ball to help burn fat and achieve a flatter stomach. Crunches are a great high-intensity workout to get you started. You can have a look at exercise guides for inspiration on how to use an exercise ball to achieve your aim of getting a flat stomach

Are exercise balls good for your back?

Exercise balls are a great tool for working on your back mobility and core strengthening. You can use an exercise ball to stabilize the muscles surrounding your spine, help with an existing or prevent a potential injury and increase your agility. The benefits gained from exercise balls, therefore, help improve posture and strengthen the core which can alleviate considerable stress and strain from your back. Please be advised that overuse of exercise balls can actually have negative effects on back pain

What size of exercise ball do I need?

Exercise balls are sold according to size, the size of the exercise ball that will suit you depends on your body dimensions. Take a look at the list below for more information on sizing for exercise balls.

  • 45 cm : 5' and below
  • 55 cm : 5'1"– 5'8"
  • 65 cm : 5'9"– 6'2"
  • 75 cm : 6'3"– 6'7"
  • 85 cm : Taller than 6'8" 
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