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A slang term in Hong Kong for $1 million. The term is most common in Hong Kong securities exchanges and other trading platforms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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Doing this on the Swiss ball instead of the floor will force the body to engage the core muscles to keep you stable.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of Swiss ball (instability) training on isokinetic core strength parameters and knee joint reposition sense (proprioception).
9 SQUAT WITH SHOULDER RAISES Place a Swiss ball behind your lower back against a wall.
Working out on the fitness ball - also known as the stability ball, flexi-ball, therapy ball, Swiss ball, Resist-a-ball or physio ball - is the latest exercise trend popping up at fitness clubs.
PumpOne Mobile offers over 80 workouts including total body conditioning, abs & core sculpting, cardio cross-training, swiss ball, hatha yoga, pilates mat, and hotel room fitness.
The pictures see her riding on an elephant and working out with dumbbells and a Swiss ball.
If you don't have a Swiss ball you could just use a raised surface for the hamstring exercise.
You could use a swiss ball or a band- if you don't visit a gym or have access to weights-and work out your biceps, triceps, shoulders, back and most importantly, the calves.
The 54-year old health food store manager from Queens, New York has broken records on every continent from standing on a Swiss Ball for the Longest Time at Stonehenge to Balancing a Pool Cue while Walking the Longest Distance at the Pyramids.

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