I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM, and this is exercises you can perform on an anti-burst ball. A stability ball or an anti-burst ball makes a great training tool especially for performing dynamic movement patterns. It's also a great substitute for a standard bench. Let me show you some great moves. First, you can perform a bridge withe leg curl with the feet position on top of the ball, lifting the hips, firing the glutes, rolling the ball in, rolling the ball out, dropping the hips. Fire the glutes, roll it in, roll it out, drop the hips. From there, you can move into a great way core movement called the jag knife. Positioning the, position your laces on top of the ball, get into a push up position with a straight body, flat back. From here, simply draw the knees in towards the chest, bring the heels towards the glutes and then extend it back out. Make sure not to let the hips sag and keep the abs pulled in and tight. Another great exercise is the anti-burst ball squat. Position the ball up against the wall, right into the lumbar or the low back, slightly step away from the ball, chest up, hands can be on the hips or in front of you and then drop straight down into a squat. Keeping even weigh distribution on the foot, drive through, fully extend the legs, slowly lower yourself and then go into a full extension. Inhale and exhale. The stability ball can also be used as an alternative for a standard bench. Simply have a seat on the ball, take your dumbbells, keeping close to the body as you roll down until your neck is supported by the ball. From here, you can do great moves like chest presses, chest flies, even dumbbell extensions. I'm Jeremy Shore from LIVESTRONG.COM, and this has been exercises you can perform on an anti-burst ball.