Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout – video

Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout

Today we have a quick glute stability ball workout. You can do it anywhere and it’s simple but effective!

quick glute stability ball workoutQuick Glute Stability Ball Workout 1:

Press the small of your back into the ground so there is no arch, and place your feet up on the stability ball. Lift yourself up and squeeze and hold at the top. Make sure you aren’t using your back to hold yourself up but instead are using your glutes and hamstrings. To make it more challenging, you can lift your arms straight up and hold.

Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout 2:

Next we will progress the first move by slowly lifting one leg at a time off of the ball, alternating sides. Make sure to keep your balance to work the core!

Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout 3:

Bend your legs 90 degrees and lift yourself up, squeeze, and lower back down. Drive through your heels and use your glutes to push up.

Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout  4:

Keeping your feet up on the ball, extend your legs all the way out. Roll your feet on the ball to bring the ball in toward your butt for a hamstring curl.

Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout 5:

Lift yourself up by driving through your heels, extend your legs all the way out, bring them back in for a hamstring curl, and then lower. Repeat!

Quick Glute Stability Ball Workout  6:

While standing, drive through your heels and use your glutes, and take a quick seat on the stability ball (more like a touch down on it) and then stand back up by driving through your glutes and hamstrings. Make sure you are tucking your booty under at the top.

You don’t need a lot of weight when you focus on the body part you are working! If you feel the workout, good! If you need to do it again, repeat it! Remember, there are no magic numbers or times — do what is intense for you!

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-Natalie Jill

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