Place one foot on the center of the Bosu, then step up onto the Bosu with the other foot. Arms should be straight out from your shoulders, or on your hips for challenge.
Try to maintain a steady stance with minimum movement in your ankles. You can hold onto a wall or other stable object until you feel comfortable without it. You can touch it with your fingertips anytime you feel as if you are going to fall off balance.
Gastrocnemius, Soleus, Glutes, and abdominals
TIP: Keep your feet and ankles as still as possible.
Variations for Bosu Balance
This is a more challenging way to balance on the Bosu since the spherical form allows for a greater possible range of motion.
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