3. Swiss Ball Rollouts:

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How to Do:

  • Take a plank and make it even better. There are many variations of swiss ball roll out but the basic exercise begins with your hands on the swiss ball.
  • Hold the plank position then slightly roll the ball forward.
  • Hold the position for 3 seconds and then roll back to your starting position.
  • The see-saw back and forth movement that you do with control and stability is a fantastic core exercise because it puts a great deal of stress on the abs, obliques and lower back muscles.

4. Exercise Ball Crunch:

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This exercise needs a lot of stabilization which engages more muscles. You’ll need an exercise ball.

How to Do:

  • Lie on the ball so your lower back is supported and feet are firmly planted on the ground
  • Place hands across chest or behind the head.
  • Contract abs and lift your torso up and forward. Lower back down
  • Keep the ball stable during each crunch.
  • Exhale when you crunch; inhale when you lower back down.
  • Do 1-3 sets with 12-16 repetitions.

5. Rolling Plank Exercise:

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The rolling plank exercise is another popular exercise that will work great on your lower back, hip and abdomen areas.

How to Do:

  • Take your position on the floor or a mat in such a way that your knees and elbows are resting on the ground.
  • You need to look forward so that your neck is aligned with your spine.
  • Now lift the knees up so that you support your legs now on your toes.
  • Now contract your knees and keep it in this plank pose for about 30 seconds. Make sure that you breathe normally during this routine.
  • Now move to and fro for the next half a minute to constitute a rolling plank exercise.
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