Exercise Ball

After using one at the gym, I decided to buy an exercise ball for home.  I like the way it’s so versatile.  You can use it for squats, crunches, or even just sitting while folding laundry or using the computer.  I was interested in getting one that would hold my weight but that wouldn’t cost an arm and a leg.  I found a really good deal on this one at Wal-Mart for less than $10.

For $8.77, I got the ball, a pump, and an instruction manual.  It says its capacity is 250 pounds.  I’m 259 pounds.  I’ll keep you posted on how that goes.  So far, I really love having it at home.  I’m sitting on it as I type this blog post.  It’s clearly working the muscles in my back and thighs, and I hope it’s strengthening my core.

It’s crunch time.  More later!

One thought on “Exercise Ball

  1. Cindy Gates says:

    Danny, We use an exercise ball as a sensory regulatory aid with my autistic kids…actually, a ball chair, a little different than what you’re using. It helps with focus in the classroom…but same principle…

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