desk. Thursday , June 22nd , 2017 - 16:11:29 PM
Repeat the movement until your arms can barely finish one repetition chest to ball and back up again. Rest 2 minutes and repeat the process to fatigue. Rest again, repeat 1 more time. Each group of movements is called a set. Each movement chest to ball and back up to straight arms is called a repetition.
Assuming the position similar to the plank allow the exercise ball to roll forward firmly gripping the sides of the ball. You will feel incredible stretch on your chest, abdomen, and arms. Repeat this motion until you feel fatigue of the muscles. Perform 3 sets total.
This is a static (or motionless exercise) where you assume the same position you did to do a push-up on the ball (with your arms straight out). Hold in that position for as long as you can or a count of 60 then relax. Repeat this for 3 sets total.
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