- When choosing a ball, be sure to match the age of your child.
- If you don’t have at home, you can purchase at any sports equipment store or specialized children’s toys stores.
- The balls must be made of three-layer rubber, be safe and durable, and not made of toxic material.
Here are more examples of how your child can play with a ball to prevent many diseases on the spine.
Practicing balance – in a seated position on the ball with outstretched arms and legs outstretched.
Leaning on the stomach through the ball with outstretched hands on the side and spread legs.
Push-ups: the palms on the floor, feet above the floor. Push-ups are done according to capabilities.
The child occupies a lying position – with his feet holding the ball in the air.
Exercise no. 5
The child takes a laid-back position – with his back through the ball, and performs a stretching with his hands above his head.