Join me in these three exercises for your Abs on the stability ball. Another exercise you can do in fifteen minutes. Stay Strong...Stay fit.

 A strong core enhances balance and stability, it can help prevent falls and injuries during sports or other activities. In fact a strong flexible core supports almost everything you do. Your back is your 'ladder' a great way to keep that support healthy and long lasting is to strengthen your core.

Start sitting on the ball - walk your feet out so your tailbone, back and shoulders are against the ball - have a 90 degree bend in the knees- hands go behind the head - release your back over the ball and squeeze as you come up - exhale as you lift - squeeze every time you come up - 10 crunches - 2 reps.

Now we are going to add a twist to our crunch, we will feel the obliques now - as you lift up and crunch you rotate- then back down- support your neck but do pull on it -

Now let's flip over so our stomach is on the ball - walk your hands out so your shins are on the ball - hands are directly under your shoulders - You will feel a nice burn in your shoulders too.

Draw in your stomach muscles - pull the knees in - push back -pull from your lower abs - great for your lower abs!   10 times 2 reps - As you feel stronger up your reps - Do what is best for your body.   Nike clothing and shoes /  lululemon headband /

Don't forget to stretch - stretching increases your blood flow and circulation for a healthier body and sends oxygen to your brain.  That's good enough for me!  Plus... it feels great   * I am not a trainer, I enjoy sharing with you what I do. I am constantly discovering new exercises and repeating the old. If you have any questions don't forget to ask.  Stay Fit, be healthy, and happy.

You must do the thing you think you cannot do - Eleanor Roosevelt