101 Ways To Burn Fat On The Ball: Lose Weight with Fun Cardio and Body-Sculpting Moves! Paperback – Apr 6 2006
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Still, this is not a bad book. While the Gillies book has a lot of functional fitness/Pilates- and dance-based moves, this book is, I think, geared more toward a traditional weight-lifting crowd (although there are some Pilates-based moves included). It makes a nice compliment to the other book, and I've already gotten a good bit of use from it. In addition to using the ball as a bench that you are either prone or supine on, there is also a good bit of work done with the ball against the wall, which I haven't seen in too many other ball books. Also, although not overflowing with cardio moves, the ones she does include are dancy and fun (mambos, step touches, grapevines, etc.). She also includes ten workouts, ranging from 5 minutes to 60, to allow you to get total body and parts workouts.
This shouldn't be your only fat-burning guide, but it will give some ideas.
I recommend you add this to your collection and just do a few exercises a week from it.
I am so glad I did! Many of the moves are fun, dancy type of moves that are a joy to do. There are lots of exercises in here that I have not seen in the other books. I really feel good doing them.
I didn't need another book or video for workouts on the ball...but still. I am so glad I got this. All the exercises are different...fun...some dancy...new stretches. So worth it.
Thank you Elizabeth!