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Tone Your Core Stability Ball Balance Workout Video

Strengthen Your Core With Tone It Up's Stability Ball Workout

If you enjoyed the bikini body and body toning video workouts from the Tone It Up group, here's a stability ball workout video from Karena and Katrina.

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1. Oblique Crunch on Stability Ball: Lay sideways on the stability ball with your waist directly in the center of the ball. Place one hand behind your head and crunch your obliques to perform the movement.  For balance, you can bend your top leg and place your foot on the ground in front of you.  Repeat on the other side.  Perform 10-15 reps on each side.

2. Balancing Plank on Stability Ball: Start in the plank position with your forearms on the ball and your toes on the ground.  Support your body weight with your forearms and keep your abs tight.  Hold this for as long as you can or for one minute.  For an extra burn, spell out "tone it up" with your forearms on the stability ball!  This is a fun challenge :).

3. Stability Ball Balance Challenge: Start out standing in front of the stability ball.  Bend your knees and place them on each side of the stability ball. Find your balance, then lift your toes off the ground. Keep your abs and thighs engaged.  See how long you can balance. This is a fun challenge to do with your friends!!

Your Trainers,

Karena & Katrina

To see more workouts from Karena and Katrina, check out the Tone It Up community group. While there, go ahead and post your own content to the FitSugar Community — it might end up on our homepage!

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