Lower Leg Exercises - Wobble Board
Other ways to work your Lower Legs: Bodyweight Bosu Free Weight Machine Medicine Ball Resistance Tube Stability Ball
Exercises with your lower legs as a contributor:
Standing on the wobble board and twisting adds an element of movement in your upper body in order to isolate your torso and legs and is very challenging on your balance.
Doing a squat on the wobble board not only strengthens the leg and hip muscles like traditional squats do, but it also strengthens the stability muscles in your hips, knees and ankles.
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.
This squat is one of the most challenging moves on the wobble board.
This balance exercise involves every muscle in the body and challenges your balance from two different directions.
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