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Cross Training With A Gravity Ball™: Resistance Exercise + Running

Oct 2, 2017 7:00:00 AM / by Gravity Ball™ posted in core, fitness, fitness goals, Gravity Ball, gravity ball method, Gravity Ball Workout, hamstrings, injury prevention, mobility, Office Workout, Pilates, Posture, runner's world, running, Sports, strength, stretching, Flexibility, arthritis, cross training, Proper Form, Resistance Exercise, Runner, yoga


Cross Training Defined

Cross training as defined by Runner’s World, is “a combination of exercises from other disciplines, different than the sport the athlete normally practices.”  In the case of runners, cross training could include swimming, cycling and other types of fitness done to supplement their running.

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Lines Principle For Improving Posture, Form And Alignment

Aug 12, 2017 7:35:00 AM / by Gravity Ball™ posted in arms, core, fitness, Gravity Ball, Hips, Lines, mobility, Posture, Squat, symmetry, The Gravity Ball Method, form, Alignment, back, chest, Proper Form, Resistance Exercise, shoulders


What Is The Lines Principle

For this blog post we’d like to share a tip we like to use while using our Gravity Ball™, the Lines Principle! The Lines Principle is the practice of aiming to form straight lines in our movements in order to improve our form, posture and skeletal alignment.

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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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