Exercises on a balance trainer for a flat stomach and a toned body

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Sometimes we get bored of doing the same exercise routine every day. It is always good to introduce some variety in our training to prevent the body used to those work outs. On the market there is plenty of fitness equipment that can help us to work out harder to get a flat stomach and tone up every muscle in our body. I discovered quite recently the balance trainer and I am very impressed with all the diversity of training. Here I will explain some exercises that you can practise at home.

Upper body:

1. Balance exercise:

  • Stand with your feet together on the balance trainer.
  • Bend down from hips until your back is parallel to the ground and arms extended down.
  • Carefully lift leg behind you and raise arms directly out to sides while you contract your abs. Try to balance by controlling all your body’s muscles.
  • Hold that position around 30 seconds.
  • Switch legs.

2. V-sit crunch:

  • Sit in the centre of the dome with your arms extended to your sides and separated from the ground.
  • Lift your legs with your knees bent and balance. Keep the torso straight and the abs contracted. Try to control your body for keeping it balance.
  • Hold for 30 seconds. Relax and repeat it.
  • Do 10 reps and repeat the exercise 3 times.
  • Do 10 reps and repeat the exercise 3 times.

Lower body:

3.  Squats:

  • Stand with your feet slightly wide on the balance ball.
  • Bend your knees and squat while you contract your abs to help your balance. Imagine that you are sitting back in a chair.
  • Keep your back straight and your torso up. Stretch your arms out to help your balance.
  • Lower as far as comfortable and push up.
  • Do 10 reps and repeat the exercise 3 times.
  • Add difficulty by turning the balance trainer over, doing the squats while your feet are placed onto the black plastic surface and the balance trainer is upside down.

4.  Hip extension:/

  • Lie on your side with your hips on the dome of the balance ball.
  • Hold your abs and separate your feet from the ground keeping the knee straight. Place a hand on the floor to help your balance and point the other hand to the ceiling .Hold that position.
  • Lift your leg up to hip level.
  • Lower and repeat for 10 reps before switching sides.
  • Do 10 reps for each side and repeat it 3 times.

Remember always rest between reps.
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