Pregnancy ball exercises are very beneficial for pregnancy. Birthing ball exercises during pregnancy can help induce labor. Here are some effective birthing ball exercises you can do during pregnancy -
Pelvic Tilt Exercise - Hold the exercise ball against the wall and sit with your back on the ball. Pull your abs in slightly, bend slightly and push your back toward the ball. This exercise is great for strengthening the lower back and uterus.
Baby lying position - place your birthing back against the wall. Kneel and bend your body toward the ball. Support the ball and hold the still child's pose for a few seconds, then repeat.
Bounce on Ball Exercises - Bounce gently on a birthing ball to help strengthen your legs and balance. During labor, this bouncing motion helps to apply back pressure, which induces labor.
Hula hoop exercise - To perform a hula hoop exercise, sit firmly on a ball with your hands on your hips. Then use your hips in a circular motion, the same way you would use your waist for a hula hoop. Start with small rotational movements and, as you become comfortable with the exercise, begin with larger circular rotations.
Rocking - Sit on a birthing ball and allow your pelvis to slowly rock back and forth, then side to side. This rocking motion on the birthing ball during pregnancy helps move the pelvis into spinal and pelvic alignment and eases discomfort between contractions.