Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball (Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. side touch shifts, step 3: conract transverse abdominus by pulling navel into spine to activate core stability. Shift all body weight laterally from right to left leg. Simulatenously rotate torso so that the left elbow points to the celing and the resistance ball passes the left shoulder.

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Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. side touch shifts, step 3: conract transverse abdominus by pulling navel into spine to activate core stability. Shift all body weight laterally from right to left leg. Simulatenously rotate torso so that the left elbow points to the celing and the resistance ball passes the left shoulder.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. side touch shifts, step 1: start feet hip width apart in a quarter squat, ball to chest, elbows high.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. side touch shifts, step 2: perform a side touch by stepping laterally with your right foot and sinking aslow as possible into the knee (ideally 90 degrees), aligning the knee over the third toe, with the left leg straight and left foot flat on the floor.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. slow roll chops, steps 3: slowly roll up and articulate the spine in vertebral order with contreol as the ball is lifted overhead and eventually behind with flexed elbows until the spöne is as extended as possible.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. slow roll chops, step 4: slowly roll up and articulate the spine in vertebral order with contreol as the ball is lifted overhead and eventually behind with flexed elbows until the spöne is as extended as possible.

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Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. Warrior Touchdowns, Step 3: contract transervse abdominus by pulling navel into spine to active core stability. Lift right leg off the floor, still straight, and plantar flex foot, while extending straight arms out in front.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. Warrior Touchdowns, Step 1: stand tall with feet hip width apart, holding ball chest level, elbows parallel to shoulders.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson, KristenOlson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. Warrior Touchdowns, Step 2: slowly step behind with straight right leg until the right ball of the foot touches the floor directly behind the hip, front left leg bends as low as possible with knee between ankle and toe in line with left hip, and reach the ball to the floor if possible with arms fully extended either way.

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball
(Credit: Kristen E. Olson)

Steve Feinberg, founder of Speedball, demonstrates three Speedball exercises at Equinox on Prince Street on Thursday afternoon, March 6, 2008. side touch shifts, step 4: Pivot and stand up to left side 45 degrees, torso rotates and left elbow rolls behind and above left shoulder as the right foot is dragged into position, with almost all weight balanced on the left foot. Repeat Step 2, 3, 2, 4 in that order.