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Old 07-28-2006, 07:09 AM
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Hiya.

Anyone (I know a more than a few have used this) notice profound results from this core strengthing ball (among other modalities e.g Pilates) in that they were able to do more physical activity than previously? I have instability issues that manifest in my MRIs (am a spondy and am unclear re: treatment/ prognosis).

Thanx and am open to suggestions. I know PT can go so far but why not try.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_ball

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Old 07-28-2006, 12:41 PM
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Hi Allan,

You know from past posts that I use my physio ball regularly. It is a great way of reducing stress on the spine while strengthening the core. It is important that you seek professional guidance before you just grab a ball and start working out. Form and posture are crucial when using the balls. An easy core activity is just balancing on the ball. Use it as a chair. Use it to do the bridge pose, abdominal crunches, and reverse crunches. The ball can also be held in front of you while you squat- you should feel this in your glutes and quads. Hope this helps!
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