Our expert says:
It would work on activating the muscle, that's for sure. Whether this creates 'sculpting' is another question. When people talk about sculpting, they are creatively stretching the truth. Remember that sculpting involves the visual appearance of gaining muscle and losing fat. The ball and bands will probably help with muscle gain, but as for losing fat, you still need to go to the cardio training, like running, cycling, walking, swimming etc.
The bottom line is that you can do any activity whatsoever to activate muscle - resistance bands is an effective way, provided you do them right, and the ball is also good for core stability (we know that Pilates classes work for developing core stability), but the important thing is that appearance is not always equal to strength. In otherwords, by all means use this equipment to tone the muscle and work on your stability and postural control, but also remember that you still have to do cardio training to get 'sculpted'.
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