If you use it a lot , I'd suggest getting one of those ball holders. I used to use a ball quite a bit but would use my desk at same time. I'd just roll it up so both legs were under the desk.
I was talking to my husband on my cell phone (left hand) and reached over to the left to grab something and the ball started to roll to the left ............
ok picture this .... my legs are trapped under desk, so I can't straighten myself up, I don't want to land on my phone, so I had to brace myself for impact. LOL I let out a scream and a giggle and hit the floor HARD !! It's a wonder I didn't break my arm.
I put the ball away after that. lol I now bring it out to stretch on but get to distracted at work to use it safely.
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Hi Sparkpeople can you please give me your advice. I find that sitting on a chair at the computer makes my back ache. So have tried intervals of putting my laptop on a chair and sitting on my exercise ball. I am careful to sit balance carefully, being aware that my posture does not slouch engaging my core. Also every hours doing some stretches. Is this ok, or will I be doing more damage? Any advice gratefully accepted.
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