How To Do A BOSU Reverse Plank Press Up

The Reverse Plank Press Up Is An Advanced Exercise That Strengthens the Anterior Thigh, Triceps and Core Stabilizers
PROGRESSION INSTRUCTIONS: Before attempting this exercise on the BOSU, you should be able to perform the Reverse Plank Press Up in the following order. 1) Without equipment. 2) On a foam balance pad or disc. 3) On the BOSU.
MODIFICATIONS: 1) If you can’t lift your leg, omit this move. 2) Lift leg at a lower angle than shown in this video. 3) Bring chin toward chest.
CORRECT POSITIONING: Avoid dropping your tailbone toward the floor. Maintain a long neck by avoiding throwing your head back. If you’re tailbone drops toward the floor, omit lifting your leg, or lift it at a lower angle than shown in the video. Shoulders should be higher than hips. Avoid lifting shoulders. Keep them in neutral position.
EXERCISE LEVEL: Advanced

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How To Do A BOSU Suitcase Deadlift

BOSU Suitcase Deadlift is a strength training exercise that improves balance, strength in thighs, shoulders and core.


Soft-Weighted Training Balls Are Sold By Amazon

BOSU Sport Balance Trainer is sold by Perform Better, BOSU Home Balance Trainer is sold by Power Systems, and BOSU Pro Balance Trainer from Amazon

INSTRUCTIONS: Stand a few feet in back of the BOSU Trainer, while holding a soft-weighted training ball in right hand. Bend knees into a squat. Slowly swing arms back. Jump forward to land on the BOSU. Bend knees and elbows. Alternate arms and perform 3 sets of of lifts. Stand up and step back with right foot into a reverse lunge. Repeat routine for desired sets holding ball in right hand. Then place weighted training ball in left hand and repeat the exercise for desired sets.

MODIFICATIONS: 1) Omit the weighted training ball. 2) Step on to the BOSU instead of jumping. 3) Do fewer repetitions and sets.

EQUIPMENT: BOSU Balance Trainer and Weighted Training Ball.


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EXERCISE DOs and DONTs – As with all exercise programs, when using exercise videos that appear on this site, you need to use common sense. If your muscles are weak, either do the modifications, or don’t attempt this exercise if it’s too difficult for you. When starting an exercise program, be sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider

Virtual Fitness: How To Do An Exercise Ball Warm-Up

Improve Cardio While Working Upper and Lower Body
Warm-Up Exercises Performed In The Video
  • Cross-Over Step Back
  • Arm Circles
  • Push-Ups
  • Knee Tucks
  • Squat Circle-Around
  • Jumping Jack
INSTRUCTIONS: Change the playback speed to the slowest. Focus on one exercise at a time, and do it correctly rather than attempting to do them all at once. The size of the ball determines how difficult the exercise will be. Use a smaller ball, if you’re struggling. Omit exercises that are too difficult.

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How To Do Simple BOSU Yoga Moves

BOSU Yoga Moves: Bodyweight Exercises That Strengthen Core, Shoulders, Thighs and Glutes

The Equipment Used In This Video: BOSU Balance Trainer

INSTRUCTIONS: While the poses shown in this video require experience with Yoga, they are considered basic for someone who has a regular practice. Performing Yoga poses on the BOSU is more difficult. If you don’t have the strength or flexibility to perform each pose on the BOSU, work without it, or use a foam balance pad instead. Balance Pad

LIST OF POSES IN THIS VIDEO

  • Warrior I
  • Warrior II
  • Side Angle
  • Down Dog
  • 3 Leg Dog
  • Upward Dog
  • Down Plank
  • Half Moon
  • Pigeon

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Amazon BOSU Balance Trainer

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Power Systems BOSU Home Balance Trainer


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EXERCISE DOs and DONTs – As with all exercise programs, when using exercise videos that appear on this site, you need to use common sense. If your muscles are weak, either do the modifications, or don’t attempt this exercise if it’s too difficult for you. When starting an exercise program, be sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider


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How To Do BOSU Yoga Poses

Challenge Your Balance and Strengthen Your Core With Yoga Stretches On The BOSU

The BOSU works the core muscles because it requires the ability to remain steady while stretching on an unstable surface. Focus and concentration are more difficult on the BOSU than on a mat alone. If you find the BOSU more than you can handle, do the Yoga poses without it.

MODIFICATIONS: 1) Use a balance pad in place of the BOSU. 2) Do the poses without equipment.

LIST OF POSES IN THIS VIDEO DEMO

  • Seated Side Stretch in Taylor’s Pose
  • Downward Dog
  • Lunge Hip Opener
  • Seated Open Angle Inner Thigh-Torso Stretch
WHERE TO BUY THE BOSU BALANCE TRAINER

Amazon BOSU Balance Trainer – Power Systems BOSU Home Balance Trainer

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EXERCISE DOs and DONTs – As with all exercise programs, when using exercise videos that appear on this site, you need to use common sense. If your muscles are weak, either do the modifications, or don’t attempt this exercise if it’s too difficult for you. When starting an exercise program, be sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider


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