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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Guests wishing to keep up with their workout regime can break a sweat in the state-of-the-art fitness center, featuring a variety of cardio machines with personal TVs, as well as free weights, yoga balls and more.
Volunteers also assisted with refurnishing the sports hall with new gymnastics mats, yoga balls and dumbbells.
Backstage amenities: "Hedwig has a dressing room for herself, a huge private makeup and wig room for herself, and then a physical therapy room with a mat on the floor and yoga balls and all that.
Developed 12 years ago in Russia, ABR uses yoga balls, sponges and towels to perform minute compression which may correct skeletal deformities and breathing difficulties.