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Blue Ridge Outdoors has Colin Izzard of Carmichael Training demonstrate some balance board moves on the bamboo Lotus Balance Board. Go to blueridgeoutdoors.com for more.

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Some workouts that can be put into a circuit to help players improve, quickness, agility, endurance, balance, and jumping ability.

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I get easily bored doing the Plank position to work abs and stablizing muscles. Soooo...I created a few other versions that keep me moving toward my fitness goals and physically engaged in ab work.

What other exercises can you think of that take the Plank to a whole new level?

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Personal Trainer, Michele Vaughan explains her philosophy of training professional and amateur athletes.

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A full body balance workout using only an exercise ball and some light dumbbells.

An example of how to apply the circuit:

10-12 reps (on each leg) - Single Leg Stiff Leg Deadlift + One Arm Row
10-12 reps - One Arm Overhead Press on One Leg
8-10 (each) - Single Leg Squat
10-15 (per side) - Single Leg Swiss Ball Crunch
10-15 - Swiss Ball Supermans
15-20 - Swiss Ball Reverse Back Extensions
10-15 - Bird Dog with Crunch
10+ Rock & Rolls

**At the end of the circuit take a small break or preferably add a 2 minute cardio round like skipping rope then take a 1-2 minute break and repeat the circuit 2-4 times.

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Portia Page shows how to use the Orbit to do a group exercise, the Standing Balance Series

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Work your core without doing a crunch! Research shows that abdominal exercises done on the stability ball activate twice as many core muscles as classic belly busters like the crunch and the sit-up. All you need is a stability ball to work your abs, back, butt, arms and balance! Grab a balance ball and roll out onto it, making sure to keep your balance. Hold the pushup position for 30 seconds and don't forget to breathe!

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