Wall Squats with Stability Ball Exercise

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Great exercise for novices looking to have great formYou’ll need an exercise ball, a weighted ball and a set of 8-10lb DB for this exercise. Standing, place an exercise ball against a wall and align it in the small of your back. Position your feet a step, to a step and a half in front of your body such that when you squat down your knees will not protrude past your toes. Place a medicine ball between your knees and squeeze. Holding a DB in each hand squat down for a count of 2 as if sitting on a chair allowing the exercise ball to roll up your back towards your shoulders. Engage your abs and glutes throughout the exercise and press up through your heels , exhaling to return to standing. This exercise works your Abs, quads, hamstrings and glutes

Wall Squats with Stability Ball Exercise - Step 1

Step 1

Standing, place an exercise ball against a wall and align it in the small of your back. Position your feet a step, to a step and a half in front of your body such that when you squat down your knees will not protrude past your toes. Place a medicine ball between your knees and squeeze and holding a dumbbell in each hand.

Wall Squats with Stability Ball Exercise - Step 2

Step 2

squat down for a count of 2 as if sitting on a chair allowing the exercise ball to roll up your back towards your shoulders. Engage your abs and glutes throughout the exercise and press up through your heels , exhaling to return to standing. This exercise works your Abs, quads, hamstrings and glutes. Perform 10-15 times.

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