Stability ball

  • The lateral wall squat is advanced single-leg exercise that targets the adductor muscles of the hip.

  • The hamstring combination is a functional exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. It is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The single-leg hamstring combination is a functional exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. Loading the body asymmetrically engages the core muscles even more. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The SB hip extension & leg curl is a beginner exercise to strengthen the gluteus maximus and hamstrings and develop torso stability.

  • The single-leg SB hip extension & leg curl is a functional exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. It is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The reverse back extension is an intermediate level exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles.

  • The stability ball push-up is an intermediate level exercise to develop upper body pressing strength. The instability of the stability ball challenges the core even more.

  • The BOSU push-up - with feet on SB is an advanced exercise that requires very good balance and stability. The combined instability of the BOSU and stability ball gets the muscles of the core, chest, shoulders and arms even firing more.

  • The BOSU knee tuck push-up - with feet on SB is a very challenging compound exercise (combining the push-up with the SB knee tuck) that targets balance and stability and is excellent to develop core and upper body strength.

  • The SB dumbbell fly is a beginner exercise to strengthen the pectoral muscles, the anterior deltoid muscle and the biceps. The instability of the stability ball places a higher demand on the core to maintain proper form.