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CASS Fitness Exercise of the Day – Stability Ball V-Pass

Many people who workout dream of having that coveted six pack of abs. It is not easy to achieve, but YOU can do it! It takes hard work, discipline, and the right knowledge. Yes, you absolutely need to eat healthy. You also need a great resistance training and cardio routine. However, to fine tune your abs, you need exercises that will blast them way beyond a crunch. Here is a popular exercise our trainer, Deonte Toliver demonstrates below called the Stability Ball V-Pass.

Hold a stability ball overhead with both hands, with your legs together and extended straight on the floor. Brace your core and lift your arms and legs off the ground at the same time, making the “V Shape”. Pass the ball, making sure it is between your feet. Squeeze the ball with your legs and lower your arms and legs back to the floor. Pass the ball back to your hands. That whole motion is one rep. Start off with 8-10 reps, then advance to 12-15 reps when you are ready for the challenge. Make sure your motion is slow and controlled.

Get a Stability Ball today and start doing the Stability Ball V-Pass at home!

If you are in Washington, DC, Silver Spring, MD, or Takoma Park, MD and need a certified personal trainer in the evenings during the week, Deonte can show you these exercises and many more in a well designed program to help you get the goals you have always wanted to reach!

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Matt Bible
Co-Owner at CASS Fitness
Matt Bible is the Co-Owner and an Executive Personal Trainer with CASS Fitness. He specializes in helping his clients lose weight, gain strength, and help prevent lower back issues. He lives in Gaithersburg, MD. He also enjoys strength training, outdoor activities, traveling, and music.
November 12, 2014 | Abs and Core, Exercise of the Day | 0

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