The most ignored muscle of the lower body is the hamstrings. Most of the time individuals work their quads but forget about the hamstrings, which they can't see on a daily basis.
Today we will focus of the Hamstring curl, using the Stability ball.
Lie on your back on the floor and place both heels on the stability ball, with feet flexed. Extend your arms along your sides and lift your hips up, in line with your knees and shoulders. Bend your knees, rolling the ball toward your bum, keeping your hips lifted and your abs pulled in tight. When your knees form a 90-degree angle, roll the ball back out to the start without dropping your hips to the floor (keep it lifted). Repeat. Aim for 20 reps and three sets.
NOTE: In the picture below, the demonstrator has his arms in a T - position. This is also acceptable.
In this section, you will find a collection of various exercises as well as tips and information on proper form.