The ball can also be used to strengthen the legs, arms, and trunk. A ball exercise program makes it possible to strengthen at home without a lot of equipment or a membership in a health club. It is lightweight and easy to use in a limited amount of space.
Keeping an exercise diary may be helpful. You can record what exercises you've done, how often, and how many. The goal is to increase the intensity of the exercises while decreasing the number of repetitions and sets done daily.
Safety is important so you'll want to set up your space to avoid any problems. Make sure the ball is inflated enough to be firm and supportive. Clear the area from any furniture that might get in your way. Following a program on TV may not be at your level, so start slowly and work up gradually. Sometimes using a mirror can be very helpful.