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Using Swiss Ball Exercises In Your Fitness Program

If you are interested in mixing up your workout a little, then I highly recommend that you try out yoga.

While you might think that yoga and body building simply cannot compliment one-another, many pro body builders use yoga exercises regularly to improve their flexibility, their balance (great for dead lifting) and their overall energy and stress levels.

However, grabbing any old yoga DVD off the shelf at the store won't necessarily cut it. I've tried many different yoga programs, and there is only one that delivered the results it promised, and helped me improve my bench by 20 lbs in just weeks.

It's called Brilliant Yoga.

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The Swiss Ball was actually developed by an Italian plastics manufacturer. It is an inflated, elastic ball available in several sizes from 14 to 34 inches in diameter.

The Swiss Ball can be used for a wide variety of exercises by people of all ages and fitness levels.

The ball has been use for physical therapy in Switzerland for all ages, infants through the elderly, thus the name "Swiss Ball."

The low-impact exercises are performed for every part of the body. A Swiss Ball can be used to augment a fitness regimen, but a full body workout may be performed using only the ball.

A Swiss Ball routine typically uses the elasticity of the ball to provide some impetuous for each of the moves.

This bounce or jump-start, lessens the impact of exercising on the frame of the user, and still allows for a full range of movement through a number of exercises.

Basic exercises performed with the Swiss Ball

Upper Body

Lower Body

More elaborate exercises may be developed by the user as they become more familiar with the concept of working with the ball.

Exercises that are normally performed while seated on a bench or the floor, may be incorporated into a Swiss Ball routine.

The movement of the ball assists in conditioning parts of the muscles that don't get worked while on a bench or seated in an exercise machine.

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