Swiss ball

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An air-filled ball constructed of elastic PVC which measure 35 to 85 cm (14 to 34 inches) which is used in physical therapy, athletic training, exercise and as an assistive device for weight training.

Swiss ball

An inflatable vinyl or rubber ball, used in exercise training, rehabilitation, and sports to treat low back pain or to strengthen the muscles of the abdomen and chest. Synonym: balance ball; fitness ball; stability ball
See also: ball
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Fitball is sometimes known as exercise ball, gym ball, pilates ball, sports ball, fitness ball, stability ball, therapy ball, Swiss ball, yoga ball, balance ball or body ball.
Sure, there may be isolated sparks of attraction, but don't expect her to tie you up with leg warmers or bend you over the yoga ball any time soon.
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The work-out facilities include weights, a yoga mat, yoga ball and hula hoop.
Aside from wedding planning, Mitchell is currently promoting his memoir, which he wrote while sitting on a yoga ball due to a long-term back problem.
The approach the team opted to pursue was to pick up the trackball (a giant 40-inch diameter, 7 pound yoga ball covered in nylon) using a large arm and hand.
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Lucy said she believes her yoga ball helped to start her labour when she was more than a week overdue.
Fitness ball, yoga ball and gym ball are just a few names of the ball used nowadays as part of fitness regimes.
As temperatures rise, you're going to be flashing a bit more flesh than usual, so hop on to an exercise bike or use a yoga ball to tone those bits which may have been neglected over the long winter.
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Flexible or alternative seating, such as yoga balls or standing desks have become common in schools, and other methods to get kids up and about such as "movement breaks" also have been introduced.