Practice BOSU dome side: Place right heel on BOSU, then left. Quick bounces off dome. To challenge, add a jump & switch feet mid-air. Repeat 30-60 seconds.
Progression tips for BOSU dome side: Increase speed and intensity by moving more quickly. Challenge yourself further by incorporating a lunge position, adding depth to the exercise.
While standing on the BOSU, your feet and torso engage to maintain balance. The constant movement activates muscles and fosters stability. Keep practicing for better balance and core strength!
Maintain straight shoulders and hips on the BOSU. Focus on ankle movements to stay balanced. Take breaks if needed, and step off if feet hurt. Prioritize safety while enhancing your BOSU experience.
Finding balance in BOSU squats may require trying various foot positions. It's challenging but worth it. Experiment to discover a stable stance for your squat.
Assume all fours position on BOSU: knees on dome, hands on the floor. Ensure knees under hips, hands under shoulders. Maintain proper alignment for stability during the exercise.
Place hands behind head or across chest. Roll back until you sense an abdominal stretch. Engage core for control. Perform this movement to enhance abdominal flexibility and strength.
Sit slightly forward of the bull's eye on BOSU. Lie back, draw knees toward chest, and use hands on the dome for support. This exercise targets core and stability.
Flip BOSU, hold handles on both sides. Assume plank position, on knees (easier) or toes (harder). Strengthen core and upper body. Maintain alignment for better results.
Perform V-sit on BOSU: Sit in center or slightly forward on dome. Use hands on sides for support or place arms behind on the floor for added stability. Engage core.