In the fitness equipment, Swiss ball is a very good equipment, and some people are still very familiar with it. Of course, Swiss ball has many uses. At the same time, Swiss ball is also exquisite. What are the functions of Swiss ball? Of course, some people still know what are the functions. So, what is the function and usage of Swiss ball? 

What is the function and usage of Swiss ball

The role of Swiss Ball

1. Promote upper limb muscles

Through finger palm movement, Swiss ball can make fingers, palms and wrists bend and stretch flexibly, promote the movement of upper limb muscles such as fingers, wrists and elbows, and prevent and correct the symptoms of upper limb numbness, weakness, trembling and decreased grip strength caused by degenerative diseases of the elderly.

2. Improve viscera function

Swiss Ball stimulates the second and third metacarpal bones of the palm, which is conducive to regulating the function of the central nervous system, achieving the effects of calming and refreshing, strengthening the brain and benefiting intelligence, so as to enhance the physiological function of their own viscera and give play to the physiological effect of "movement does not decline".

3. Effective brain care

It is an indisputable fact that hand exercise is good for the brain. When playing Swiss ball, you can concentrate your mind on your hand, eliminate all kinds of distractions, eliminate tension and relax your brain. When playing Swiss ball, the ball rotates regularly to produce a soft sound, such as a pleasant "music", which will undoubtedly balance the excitement and inhibition of brain nerves. Moreover, hand movement can make the blood supply to the brain more sufficient. Therefore, often playing Swiss ball can effectively protect the brain, slow down the aging speed of the brain, and avoid the occurrence of Alzheimer's disease.

Usage of Swiss Ball

1. Support push ups

Touch your knees and do push ups with your feet crossed. This group of movements can effectively increase abdominal and hip [de] strength.

2. Push on the ball

Lie on your back on the Swiss ball, relax your head naturally, and keep your cervical spine as straight as possible. Hips raised, back flat. Hold a dumbbell and push it up in front of your chest.

3. Dumbbell chest push

Lie on the ground, hold the dumbbell over your head, control the dumbbell to drop slowly until your upper arm touches the ground, and then return to the start  position.