How to Inflate an Exercise Ball?

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You just take an air pump and put it in the hole of the exercise ball and push on the outer parts of the ball until all air is gone. You can also just pop it.
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How to Inflate an Exercise Ball
An exercise ball can be inflated by removing the pin and inserting a pump to inflate the ball until it reaches a desired level of firmness. Discover how more air equals more instability in an exercise ball with help from a Pilates instructor in this free... More »
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The best way to inflate an exercise ball is with a pump. This takes the manual work out of the equation and keeps you from ending up light headed!
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1. Unfold a new ball to remove any creases and to flatten it. Remove the air plug from the hole, and set it aside. The ball should be at room temperature before you proceed to the
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you usually buy it already inflated. P.S. Hi Amanda and ISabelle
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Foot pump and patience, gives you a good work up just pumping the thing up!
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Exercise balls are a great way to work your whole body. You can use the exercise ball for almost any exercise you currently do while sitting or laying on a weight bench or laying
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