Welcome to Paul Chek’s Swiss Ball Exercises for Better Abs, Buns and Backs video!
If you are new to Swiss ball training, this is the program to get started with. And it’s also a great healthy back program! You can reap the benefits of Swiss ball training with 2-3 workouts a week, at home, outside, or in the gym.
This video starts with one-on-one instruction of proper technique and variations for each exercise. Then follow Paul through an active warm up and a 30 minute workout.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the video?
The total running time is 61 minutes. It is broken up into an instructional section which teaches you the exercises and a workout portion for you to follow along with.
Will this help my back?
Many people have reported a reduction in back pain symptoms after correctly performing the exercises in this program. While it is not designed to treat specific conditions, the exercises have helped many people feel better and function better. Individuals not experiencing any back pain or other similar conditions can use this as a ‘healthy back maintenance‘ exercise program to reduce the risk of injury and keep their back healthy.
Is this video suitable for beginners?
We consider this program to be our ‘entry level‘ video for people new to exercise or who have never used a Swiss ball. Each exercise has a beginner and advanced variation which allows people to progress at their own pace. Even experienced exercisers can be challenges by some of the exercises on this video, making it great for just about anyone.
Will the exercises be too easy?
This depends on a number of factors including exercise age and experience exercising on a Swiss ball. Each exercise has an advanced version, which decreases the likelihood of any exercises being ‘too easy‘.
How old or young should someone be to use this program?
There is no age limit or restriction. It is strongly recommend that anyone wanting to watch the video get clearance from their doctor or health professional prior to performing the exercises. Some conditions may restrict the ability to perform certain exercises but age does not dictate who can or cannot use the ball.