Intermediate Bosu Sit

  • Sit on the Bosu ball with your spine slightly rounded. Start with both feet on the floor.

  • Contract your TVA, then lift one foot off floor bringing shin to knee height with your knee close to your chest. Extend your leg slightly as you lean back with your body, keeping your foot chest high.

  • Bosu

  • Abdominals  Core 

  • Back 

  • Rectus abdominis, Transversus abdominis

  • TIP: Engage your abdominals to maintain a rounded spine and find your balance.

Variations for Intermediate Bosu Sit

  • Bosu Sit

    This is the foundation for all seated Bosu exercises and translates to good posture while using the stability ball as well.

  • Advanced Bosu Sit

    After mastering the 'bosu sit' and after your abs are able to hold a 20 second contraction in the 'single leg Bosu sit', try this one to continue to gain strength and balance.


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