Fitness ball Sex
Sex balls are well known as fitness ball, Swiss ball, Stability ball, Gym ball, Beach ball, yoga ball, Pilate’s ball, Sexercise ball, Sexyballs and Fitball. You can easily use a ball in the comfort of your own home!
A sexual activity on a ball is such a simple ‘sexercise’ concept. Using the ball is a safe and very effective way to get fit while having sex with your partner. This ‘sexercise’ method is far from being a trend and is guaranteed to provide an enjoyable sex alternative for both heterosexual and homosexual, catering for the occasional bedroom user to the elite athletes.
The ball (or 'Swiss ball equipment' as it was commonly recognized as when it first introduced in Europe). Approximately 1960's, therapists in Switzerland used Swiss balls as an instrument in the area of physical rehabilitation to assist in therapy for young and old adults with neurological problems. This system have changed and the client group has expanded to include adults with mobility problems, people with back injuries, the fitness industry, pregnant women, seniors, the classroom and even in the workplace.
The exercise ball variety has a glossy finish and is soft and comfortable to lie on when ‘sexercising’. The exercise ball has a weight tolerance of 300kg, and the PVC used for making the balls is of Burst Resistant Quality and latex free. Sex on a Swiss ball is a new trend, which improves fitness.
How to choose the correct Swiss ball size?
The general rule for choosing the correct ball size for core exercises is having your knees and hips bent to 90 degrees (thighs parallel to floor) when sitting on a Swiss ball. This is the minimum ball size and for some people prefer a larger ball, where hips are higher than knees. Don't go by photos of models sitting on balls. Typically they sit on a ball much larger than they would train on as it shown in pictures.
Consider how you will use the fitness ball and your body characteristics (see below). In addition, keep in mind that if you are a novice ‘sexerciser’ and/or have poor balance, a larger ball will provide more stability and support, thus making ‘sexercising’ easier (muscles won't work as hard).
To avoid being disappointed that your fitness ball is smaller than you expected, test out the ball size before placing an order. Nearly everyone under inflate a ball because they are so firm (like a rock) inflated to its maximum diameter. To see if a 55cm fitness ball is right for you, place a mark on a wall 20 inches high (16 in. for a 45cm ball), and squat next to it. Consider that you will sink down a few inches (depending on your weight and amount of inflation). This is approximately how tall the ball will be when sitting on it. Get a larger size if you don't like this height!
Just remember, your height ball size (max. height/diameter)
less than 5' 0" 45 cm (18 in.)
5' 0" to 5' 6" 55 cm (22 in.)
5' 7"- 6' 1" 65 cm (26 in.)
6' 2" - 6' 8" 75 cm (30 in.)
6' 9" and up 85 cm (34 in.)
Use a fitness ball for core exercise and ‘Sexercise’ Benefits.
Core/Spinal Stabilizers are known as deep abdominal muscles that partially wrap around the spine or common known as your natural weight belt. They play a very significant role in good posture and back care of your body.
So apart from being efficient, multipurpose and safe to use as part of your ‘sexercise’ agenda, sex ball has a huge role to play in injury prevention. A fitness ball is good to sit on as an alternative, back-friendly seat, so that you are training the deep muscles on a daily basis and improve your sex life.
Core/Spinal Stabilization refers to the interaction of deep spinal muscles (quadratus lumborum, internal oblique deep fibres, transversus abdominus, multifidus.) which support the spine during our normal daily ‘sexercise’ activities.
The more visible muscles, rectus abdominus, internal and external obliques, all contribute to the highly regarded known as "6-pack", yet they do not support the spine during sport or work. It is only when training is carried out in an unstable environment like having sex on a Swiss ball that the deep core stabilizers are brought into play. The stabilizers are strengthened in a very functional manner, ready to provide a strong platform for the wide range of movement needed in sport and daily sex life. Many trainers and fitness professionals have now realized the important role that core stabilizers play in preventing injury, improving posture and appearance and they are incorporating exercises for this important muscle group into training or fitness routine. An exercise ball, on the other hand improves balance, coordination and sex dissatisfaction. A fitness ball sex manual is the complete package for adventures couple.
The best method of improving core stability is to train in an unstable environment. So at the heart of the ball concept is the ball's instability and mobility. A fitness ball is an energetic tool.
The most imperative aspect of ‘sexercising’ the core stabilizers is PREVENTION. Sexual activities on a fitness ball are the tool that can prevent sport and back injuries across a wide fitness and age range. For adults, whether at work, the health club or at home, strengthening your core stabilizing is easy, simply by using a big, round ball. The simplest way of using an exercise ball for prevention of back injury is to use it as a chair, commonly known as 'Active Sitting'. Active sitting is a useful way of incorporating core stabilization into daily sex life. There are many benefits in utilizing a fitness ball as seats: decreased back strain, improved concentration and better sex satisfaction.
Long-term endurance training of spinal stabilizers will work towards the prevention of postural problems, back pain, sport injuries and sex deficiency.
"Obviously, ‘sexercise’ helps with weight loss, lowering cholesterol, reducing blood pressure and lowering the risk of osteoporosis and diabetes. Those are the mainstream benefits, but there's a lot more people may not be aware of."
As the New Year begins - and most of us re-evaluate our training goals - take a look at a few of the other benefits of ‘sexercise’ on a fitness ball.
A fitness ball adds variety to any ‘sexercise’ position. It's easy to get stuck in a mundane “Sex Zone", where you do the same sex position day in and day out. A fitness ball breathes new sex life into your old bed routine.
When using a fitness ball you must keep a good technique to avoid any injury, and because the fitness ball is unstable, you are forced to use additional muscles expending many more calories. For example, if you do a standard missionary position you are neglecting many muscles due to the stable environment. Conversely, do a missionary on a fitness ball and the muscles in your abs have to work harder to keep you from falling off the ball. Your core stability muscles (those that support the spine) will too be strengthened on the ball, which means you're less likely to suffer from back problems.
It doesn't matter whether you or your partner have Sex on a Fitball, Fitness ball, gym ball and Swiss ball. You are more likely to find the right ball to pump up your Sex life.
Sexyballs™ comes in three sizes-55cm, 65cm and 75cm. To work out which ball is right for you, ensure to sit on it and see if your knees and hips are at a 90 degree angle. If they're at a great angle, the Sexyballs™ is too big. If they are at less than 90 degrees, it’s too small.
Also it's important to think about how much to inflate the ball. The more air you pump in, the harder it is to use.