New Stability Ball Exercises to Work Your Core
Is your stability ball rolling around your house, stuffed into a closet or gathering dust under your desk? It's time to take it out of hiding and start with some new basic exercises. Here are six of my favorites!
Side Oblique Roll
Keeping your abs drawn into your spine and back flat, roll the ball to the side and pause. Then, return to the middle. Rotate to the other side and pause. Repeat for 8 to 10 repetitions on each side. During this exercise, focus on your lats, obliques and triceps.More Exercises:Don't get up—easy exercises you can do at your deskBob Greene gives a time-strapped student a fitness makeover5 moves to reduce shoulder and neck pain at the office
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.