Before beginning any exercise program, you should consult with your physician.  If at any time you feel weak, lightheaded, dizzy, or notice unusual pain, discontinue the exercise until you have talked to your doctor.

The Proteus Ball can be weighted from 3-25 pounds, so regardless of your current exercise routine, you can start improving your health today.  It was created to improve your fitness level by combining strength and stability training.  With proper use, it can easily become the primary tool used to get into the best shape of your life.
The Proteus Ball uses the inertia of water to create uneven resistance, which gives your muscles a unique challenge that will bring results quickly.  Many exercise machines are designed to isolate muscles; with the Proteus Ball, you can perform compound movements to stimulate entire muscle groups, including your core, with each movement.  This means you no longer have to complete complicated routines to get the desired results—you can use one ball!
A great exercise goal is to do as many reps as possible.  This will help you customize your workout to the intensity that matches your energy and ability level that day.  If you are a beginner, you may want to start at 15-30 seconds per movement.  An advanced athlete may want to set their initial goal at 60 seconds per workout. 
It is recommended to start out with three to five workouts selected from the list below, and go through them sequentially, repeating each circuit three times.  Make sure to rest at least 30 seconds between each exercise. 
In as little as 20 minutes a day, you can have a full body workout in your home, office, or gym! Click on the links below to select exercises that are right for you, and get the results you want—fast!

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