interval core balance workout purely training #58

We all need back-up plans, right?

Back-up plans are great to have in place as you never when you will need to use it.

For instance, we had another video planned but realized that the whole video did not get recorded. It happens. Luckily, we had another workout to use as our back-up.

Get ready to feel the burn in your whole body, especially your abs.

Interval core balance stability ball workout.

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We love using our stability balls. They are great for adding more challenge to bodyweight workouts.  And you know we love our interval workouts too.

You only need yourself, a Gymboss Interval Timer and we recommend a stability ball if you have one. If not, no worries. In the video we go over what to do if you don’t.

Stability balls (or also known as exercise ball) can be a beneficial way to help improve muscle tone and balance.

Benefits of using a stability ball:

  • They can be used for low-impact aerobic exercise and strength training exercise routines.
  • May help to strengthen your abdominal muscles and lower back muscles.
  • Keep your stabilizer muscles more conditioned.
  • Strong core muscles also help maintain good posture.

Are you ready to have some fun with a stability ball? Good! We are too!

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This workout is pregnancy safe for those in first and second trimester. If you are used to using a stability ball you can still use one in this workout. If you are not comfortable with stability ball we suggest following some of the modifications that Lori provides in the video.   Make sure to always listen to your body and don’t do anything that does not feel right when working out while pregnant.

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And for intermediate and advanced follow along Michelle. Grab your stability ball!! Time to feel the burn in the core for 16 minutes!

Here is your workout breakdown:

Don’t forget to PIN this workout!

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core balance workout purely training #58  (download your printable here)

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We suggest:

B-fits (beginner peeps):  Take breaks when needed. Do an interval of 12 rounds instead of the 24. Omit using a stability ball if too much.

A-fits (advanced peeps): Push yourself in each interval. Use a stability ball as it adds more challenge to the workout.

FIT moms (pregnancy recommendations) : Go at a slower pace. Follow along with Lori. Depending on your fitness level do either 12 or 24 rounds. Take breaks when needed. Omit the stability ball if too much.

*disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying anything new with your workout routine. 

Get yourself warmed up and come work out with us.

Are you feeling balanced and strong?

Comment below and make sure you tag us #purelyfitlife #purelytwins so we can see you do the workout if you are on twitter or instagram ;)

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It is so important to stay positive as when you do more opportunities open up. Focus on the good!! Happiness is all around us, we just have to look!

We hope this workout has helped and inspired you to love yourself and move your body.

If you enjoyed this workout make sure you share this with friends so we can keep doing them for you!

CLICK TO TWEET –> Looking to work your core? Try this 16 minute #core balance workout via @purelytwins #fitfluential 

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If you need help with workouts, check out Purely Fit Life online workout club.  Inside the club, we will help guide you to feel strong in the convenience of your own home!

Are you pregnant or know someone that is? Please share this so they can stay strong during their pregnancy! And come to join Lori in her weekly workout during her pregnancy, together we can stay strong and fit for our growing babies :)

We love you guys!

P.S. Don’t forget kettlebell challenge.  Print off your calendar here.  Today we do 46 kettlebell swings. This is the final week for the challenge. Jump in at any time!



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