2018 has been a big year for Gravity Ball™. We’ve had some amazing opportunities to share the Gravity Ball™ vision with so many of you this year. From exhibiting at expos, through speaking at events, and from our online outlets, we’ve had the opportunity to get the Gravity Ball™ into the hands of those of you who can truly benefit from it the most.
Why a strong core is so important
A strong core is one of the most important components of having a strong body. The core consists of muscles that wrap around and stabilize our spine, lower back and pelvis. Watch this simple explanation of core anatomy for a demonstration of the muscles involved.
Last weekend, the Gravity Ball team had the honor of exhibiting at the Abilities Expo in San Mateo, CA. If you haven’t heard of the Abilities Expo, it’s an event that brings together products and services designed to serve the disability community including parents, caregivers and healthcare professionals.
What is the Up and Out principle
An important principle of The Gravity Ball Method™ that we like to demonstrate to new Gravity Ball users is the Up and Out principle.
New research comes out fairly regularly showing the unique benefits resistance exercise provides for our health. It’s time for resistance exercise to shine and for all people to begin benefiting from this unique style of exercise. Now let’s go into some ways in which resistance exercise can benefit our health.
Pairing yoga with weights such as dumbbells and kettlebells is a trend that doesn't seem to be leaving anytime soon, and for good reason.
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!
More about lower back pain
We’d like to answer a question that we often get asked, which weight of Gravity Ball should I use?
How to protect your rotator cuff and shoulder joint
The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body. It’s also highly relied upon throughout the day for lifting objects such as boxes and also for directing all of our hand movements. This ball and socket joint is also easily injured due to its wide range of motion.