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How to Do a Ball Squat Thighs Workout

March 6, 2015 - Comment

Watch more Thighs Workout for Women videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509551-How-to-Do-a-Perfect-Jump-Squat-Thighs-Workout Learn how to do a ball squat from personal trainer Layla Luciano in this Howcast thighs workout video. I’m Layla and I’m going to show you how to do the ball squat. For this exercise, you’re going to need a wall and a ball. You’re going to

Watch more Thighs Workout for Women videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509551-How-to-Do-a-Perfect-Jump-Squat-Thighs-Workout

Learn how to do a ball squat from personal trainer Layla Luciano in this Howcast thighs workout video.

I’m Layla and I’m going to show you how to do the ball squat. For this exercise, you’re going to need a wall and a ball. You’re going to take your ball, stick it against the wall here, and you’re going to make sure that the ball is right above your butt, a little bit in that lower back area right here. We’re going to be in a squat position, knees are in line with the ankles, we’re going to dig in the heels, and we’re just going to squat straight down and up just like this, on the ball. So, squatting down and up. Down and up. This is a really good exercise for those who don’t have that core stability or can’t keep your back straight when you’re doing a traditional squat.

Having that ball against the wall will help you keep your posture nice and upright as you focus on targeting your legs. So, again you’re going to feel this all throughout the thigh area, in your quads, the back of the legs as you press up, which is the hamstring and the gluts. You’re really going to feel this in the quads a lot. Again, sit back in that squat position, push the weight back. You come all the way down and up. All the way down and up, just like that. For the ball squat, I would recommend doing about ten to 12 reps in your leg workout routine. That’s how you do the ball squat.

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Anthony Grigorian says:

Buddy says:

I think you will see a LOT of toned muscle’s and a more defnied body structure if you do this regimine. Only you know if you could be a fitness model or not but with the body type your are explaining and what you plan on doing I don’t see why not, you might even be able to become a trainer. Watch Workout on bravo its pretty cool

Cassanova says:

It is very difficult to aicvehe a 6 pack like the one you see on models or athletes in general, let alone 2 months.the thing is, the ab muscles are already there, you can feel them under your skin. However, even some of the fittest and healthiest people have got a small layer of fat around their waist (which is completely normal) but until you get rid of this, not matter how much you train your abs, you just won’t be able to see them.To get a 6 pack showing you still need to exercise your abs to keep the muscles working but things like sit ups, cunches, leg raises etc. on their own won’t give you a 6 pack. You need to go on a diet and do plenty of fitness training to burn the calories (and therefore fat) around your waist to get rid of it.It isn’t easy and not everybody is lucky enough to be able to get rid of this thin layer of fat. I did weight training and fitness training for 2 years, played football for years when I was younger but couldn’t shift this bit of fat. Now though, I’ve picked up a few injuries and haven’t exercised for ages but I have a very good looking physique but the fat around my belly hasn’t increased or decreased.I imagine that if you only have 2 months, you need to focus solely on dieting and high intense fitness training to lower your calorific intake and burn the fat you are carrying.

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