Advanced Bosu Balance
Place one foot on the center of the Bosu and begin to shift your weight onto that foot to step up onto the Bosu. Hold your arms straight out from your shoulders.
Try to find your balance, keeping your knees softly bent, abs engaged, and hips neutral. Hold on to something stable if necessary to steady your legs.
Gastrocnemius, Soleus, Quadriceps Femoris, Biceps Femoris, Abdominals
TIP: In order to balance, your weight may need to shift forward slightly with your hips tilted forward. The spine should still be in neutral, with no excessive arch or rounding.
Variations for Advanced Bosu Balance
This is the basic position you want to be in when doing any type of exercise on the Bosu.
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