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Gravity Ball™ And Muay Thai

Aug 29, 2018 5:05:22 PM / by Gravity Ball™ posted in balance, boxing, coordination, Gravity Ball, gravity ball method, Grip-Free Resistance Exercise, Sports, strength, weights, Workout, HIIT, muay thai, power, stamina


About Muay Thai

If you’re an athlete looking to challenge your Muay Thai or boxing, consider adding two Gravity Balls to your next session!

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Three Tips For Doing Daily Resistance Exercise

Jul 19, 2018 1:53:08 PM / by Gravity Ball™ posted in 30 minutes, balance, body weight, Bone Health, coordination, core, fitness, Gravity Ball, gravity ball method, movement, plank, Squat, The Gravity Ball Method, throws, weight, exercise, Lower Back Pain, daily resistance exercise, Muscle Health, Resistance Exercise, superman


We believe that everyone can (and should!) be doing daily resistance exercise. Daily strengthening exercise keeps your muscles and joints strong and symmetrical as well as boosts your energy levels and metabolism. 

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A New Way To Exercise for Those With Parkinson’s Disease

May 1, 2018 4:36:29 PM / by Gravity Ball™ posted in balance, coordination, core, parkinson's disease, Parkinson's disease Awareness, Physical Therapy & Rehab, strength


Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that can cause tremors in the hands, limb rigidity, motor issues and cognitive challenges, all of which can make exercising very challenging. With the Gravity Ball’s unique system, it makes using weights possible for people with Parkinson’s disease. The Gravity Ball’s adjustable, high strength Velcro straps secure to your hands or feet during exercise allowing you to use weight without having to grip on the weight.

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Timed Exercise is the New Rep And Set

Jul 12, 2017 10:42:57 AM / by Gravity Ball™ posted in Center of Gravity, coordination, core, fitness, movement, strength, technique, The Gravity Ball Method, Timed Exercise, Flexibility, form, grip-free, Proper Form, Reps, Resistance Exercise, Sets


Using Reps and Sets

During exercise many people establish patterns of how many reps and sets to do of a specific exercise. As this happens, the amount of time they spend exercising becomes somewhat easy to estimate too. For example, if I do X number of sets, I can expect to spend Y amount of time exercising.

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