Exercise routine on ball

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Avatar n tn Stability ball crunches, supermans and rollouts on a stability ball are all exercises that will help strengthen your core. Your abdominal muscles are also part of your core: rectus abdominis, transverses abdominis and the internal and external obliques. These muscles help support and protect your spine. Add sit-ups and crunches to your program to strengthen these muscles. Raising your legs during these exercises will add extra work for your lower abdominals.
7892775 tn?1395677591 I wish the doctor would have recommended this ball a long time ago. Good thing is I've used exercise ball before so I already knew how to balance and all but let kids have mine when I found out I was pregnant because I didn't know you could still use them. I found a few more exercises online like pelvic tilts but not sure how to do them going to ask therapist to show me today. I so want to be able to enjoy the rest of my pregnancy. I have had terrible back pain entire time.
Avatar f tn Today I plan to do the Ball Exercise for 45min and the 10min abs twice a day. I already did the ab routine this morning, so i will do it again in the afternoon. Starting tomorrow my routine will start at 4am, (because the kids are sleeping) and i will do 10 min abs, and 2 45min workouts to help rev up my metabolism. I started taking diet pills that control my hunger, sooo i am off to a new beginning! Wish me luck.
649848 tn?1534637300 I guess my next favorite is doing the Core Secrets DVD, with the exercise ball. (Although I don't do this often b/c I'll only do it when i'm home alone or the kids and DH are in bed! LoL I don't like an audience.
627388 tn?1222201812 The types of exercise best suited to you and those which you should avoid The intensity of the workout (how hard you should be working) The duration of your workout and any physical limitations Referrals to other professionals, such as a physical therapist, who can help create a personal exercise program that meets your needs. The type of exercise that works best for you depends on your symptoms, fitness level, and overall health.
2081753 tn?1334769285 Using a recumbent bike is also a great source of exercise if u have access to one as u do not have the handle bars to put strain on the neck and shoulders and u sit in a seat with back support. Do look at the weds thread, and start the exercises from the beginning of the thread and slowly build that one and then in 2 weeks add on.... If there is something u can not do skip it, and add comments to the thread so I know what to ask the Dr for next.
7892775 tn?1395677591 We worked on doing different exercise on ball in sets of 20 and by time I left I was pain free. I feel better than I have entire pregnancy. Definitely going to make it a daily routine now. In love with my exercise ball now lol. Wish would have started this sooner.
964234 tn?1331952807 I decided on doing 20 minutes on my treadmill 3-4 times a week. It's about 1.25 miles when you just walk, and makes you feel good not tired. I asked for a preggo yoga video from my hubby for a christmas gift so I was thinking of doing that a couple times a week too.
12693075 tn?1442249992 Wow!!! I walk to get where I am going...such as the car or work.
Avatar f tn I'm not like other people who can do hard core exercises with intense Cardio (mostly because I have a heart condition) but I like to do more low paced activities that I can do in my living room at my own pace, I enjoy a workout with an exercise ball, stretching, and activities like planking which use lots of muscle without having to hike up my heart rate unecessarily. However, I also have to do Cardio regularly and I enjoy using a bike or elliptical.
419964 tn?1333305506 I must get on the ball! Been working each night till 8pm to 8:30pm and then home to computer work and to bed, up between 5:30am - 6:00am to do it again .. should have some relief after this weekend and then will start this regimen. Certainly do appreciate this msgorgeous, truly!!! I will definitely be reporting in then. By the way, everyone ... think we should start adding this to our weight trackers ... there is a place to add the exercise. Let's DO this TOGETHER!!!
483733 tn?1326802046 Hi there. I'm looking for an easy on your joints, beginner aerobic and floor exercise DVD to start using. Anyone have any suggestions?
Avatar n tn I am 37, and as far as I know, in good health. I started working out regularly at the age of 27, and continued the exercise for four years, never experiencing problems. When I was 31, I had a very bad flu and had to give up the routine for six months. When I restarted working out, I was haunted by episodes of tachycardia.
579258 tn?1250652943 You can weigh anytime you want, we just report on Sunday. Have you set up a weight tracker and an exercise tracker on your profile? That will allow you post your results and have record of them on your profile. You can pick if you want everyone, just friends, or just you to see them. If you are not used to exercise, start small and build up. It does more harm than good to over-do it early on and hurt yourself. It is also easier to stick with chances when they are realistic.
649848 tn?1534637300 I'm also curious if anyone has a hard time getting started with exercise or can you just jump right in, stay consistent and love it... If so, how much time do you spend on exercise per day/week?? If not, what can we do to help? Personally, I have a Wii, along with the Wii Fit. I have some videos - mostly yoga, which I love.
649848 tn?1534637300 Another problem I have is that exercising DOES give me energy, so engaging in any type of exercise routine, such as my Wii Fit, yoga, etc gets me all hyped up, so again, I don't have enough time for a separation between exercising and bedtime to get wound down and ready to sleep. Not to mention that I do have housework, laundry, etc to get done on a regular basis, which cuts out even more "ME" time...
Avatar n tn How about a good long walk .... excellent exercise. Do you have a big exercise ball ?? There are several good ones for core strength using the ball. I had a spinal fusion a couple years after the breast cancer surgery and do core exercises daily but I Don't JUMP ! Just kidding you but that is pretty harsh on tissues that haven't yet healed completely. Happy stretching .....
173930 tn?1196341998 presume this is to avoid fatigue and to stop our AST/ALT levels from rising The information on the different websites seem to be conflicting on this issue of exercise while on tx. Some suggest to go for it while others recommend to go slow Is it ok to play strenuous sports like tennis within our limitations, without getting fatigued, or is that a no no?
Avatar n tn My own experience has been that the PVC's only occur either when the heart rate is on the way up or during the cool down period. (During the peak or height of the exercise - be it running or at a during a B-ball game, I rarely get them. Having said this, there have been times when I don't get them at all during exercise which really leaves you confused. Like most of you, I have gone through the full gambit of tests and have been told to keep to my normal exercise routine.
Avatar n tn I am 38 yr old female and my heart rate sometimes goes to 200+bpm during exercise. I also get pain when it's that high. Dr. put me on a beta blocker to slow the heart rate down. Check with your doctor about what might help you. Good luck!
Avatar m tn when the orgasm cums out it has a pain,i have seen a uncommon routine because (my left side ball comes upward near to the ***** )this pain started last month to now..i had a doctor checkups (urine test,blood test) then he said its a infection.now the pain reduces, but when masturbate my left side ball is coming upwards,means(going up).when the orgasm cums out it has a pain again.
Avatar n tn Also I was very eager to resume my exercise routine and in retrospect I wish I hadn't. I don't know how much of an effect it had on my redetachments and scar tissue formation but in retrospect perhaps taking it easy would have helped. Don't know. Best of luck to you, and no more surgeries!!!!
Avatar f tn Can anyone give me advice about any exercise I can do to help strengthen my tummy and pelvic muscles post-op esp with lg rubbrer ball that you can sit on ?. Also I understand the drs pump a lot of air into your body during the operation. How do we get rid of this as my stomach is really bloated ? Any suggestions ? Thanks very much.
Avatar m tn Once I hit menopause, though, without changing anything about my diet/exercise routine, 15 pounds glued itself to my belly and it's not going anywhere. I'm managing to maintain and not gain any more, but that's about it. We have to do what we can, as cardio and strength training are so important as we get older. I have a recumbent stationary cycle, which allows you to sit more comfortably in a chair-like seat rather than perch on a bicycle seat.
Avatar f tn IT band syndrome and its remnants are known to be relieved by releasing muscle trigger points. Find a tennis ball and look into trigger point release and referred muscle pain on the web or book store if you haven't already. These books do point out that thyroid challenged individuals are known to have muscle recovery issues! Refereed pain is muscle or joint pain caused by a tight muscle in a different area that the pain is felt.
572651 tn?1531002957 I try and go twice a week which is just 2 hours of exercise a week so I know I should be working on increasing this very slowly but my gym routine is getting harder and very slightly longer each month but he knows about my MS so we are taking it carefully. I am also able to have treatments (and "treat" being the operative word) and have a massage from time to time which is heaven and is my reward for my effort in the dreaded gym!
Avatar f tn I was told about a book to get - I have done this for a while now with body weight on a tennis ball on the floor. There is a tool called the Thera Cane for using on the neck, and upper back. It costs nothing if you learn it for yourself. The book does point out that it is very beneficial for thyroid and Fibro patients. Since you already exercise, its just one more thing to try. It speeds my muscle recovery up.
1741471 tn?1407162630 One of the greatest ways of improving these brain chemicals is through exercise. Try this exercise to feel how these chemicals function in less than 10 seconds: From a standing position start clapping and taping as fast as possible. how do you feel? Exactly your brain chemicals are functioning! Exercise improves our brain chemicals. Over hundred studies have shown the incredible benefits of moving.
Avatar f tn HI, It would be best to go slow on your exercise routine. This is because internal healing will take some time. Also the exercise you are planning is of the strenuous type. Gradual increase depending on your body’s response to the exercise will be best. It may take 3 to 6 months to get back to your pre-surgery exercise routine. Hope this helps. Take care.
616227 tn?1251079998 next week .. we're all accountable on the exercise. Get those exercise trackers going and let's pave the way .. and yes, why do we procrastinate when we feel soooo much better afterwards??? Will have to ponder that one .. Thanks teammates .. your team spirit is alive, kicking and pushing me forward!