Intermediate Wobble Board Stand
Touch a wall or other stable object. Stand on the right end of the wobble board with the right foot, then step onto the left end of the wobble board with the left foot. Place your hands on your hips.
Keep your spine in neutral and bend forward from the hips, stopping when your flexibility requires, or when your spine is parallel to floor. Slowly return to the upright stance trying to maintain steady legs.
Erector Spinae, Biceps Femoris, Gluteus maximus, Soleus
TIP: Spread your feet wide in your shoes so that your leg muscles do the work instead of just your foot muscles. Direct your tailbone to the back of the room so that your spine stays neutral.
Variations for Intermediate Wobble Board Stand
Standing on the wobble board strengthens your outer thighs, knees and ankles and will help improve your performance in such activities as snowboarding, skateboarding, and surfing.
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