HOW: Using the black side of the BOSU UP, perform a push up. Put your hands on the outsides of the BOSU to make it more comfortable on your wrist. Make sure to fully 'push' and protract your shoulder blades at the top of...

HOW: Place a slider under the leg you do NOT want to work. The working leg is the leg that does not move. Slowly lower your body and slide the slider out behind and out to the side of you into a curtsey lunge...

HOW: Get a bench of some sort of elevated surface like a sturdy chair or table. Get into a tall plank position by putting your hands on this surface. Hold this position, keeping your core and shoulders actively engaged. You should think of pushing...

HOW: Place a slider under the leg you do NOT want to work. The working leg is the leg that does not move. Slowly lower your body and slide the sliders out behind you into a posterior lunge position. Then return back to the...

HOW: Place a slider under the leg you do NOT want to work. The working leg is the leg that does not move. Slowly lower your body and reach out in front of you, then return back to the starting position by 'pushing' yourself...

HOW: Start on your toes. Grab the BOSU with the black side up. Get into a tall plank position and hold this position, keeping your core and shoulders engaged.   FEEL: You should feel your core and shoulders working to maintain the position.   COMPENSATION: Do...

HOW: Start on your knees. Grab the BOSU with the black side up. Get into a modified plank position and hold this position, keeping your core and shoulders engaged.   FEEL: You should feel your core and shoulders working to maintain the position.   COMPENSATION: Do...

HOW: Stand on one leg on the black side of the BOSU. Keep your core and glutes engaged to help with your balance.   FEEL: You should feel your core and glutes engaged to maintain your balance.   COMPENSATION: Do not hold your breath! ...

HOW: Stand on one leg on the black side of the BOSU. Once you feel you have your balance, descend on one leg into a squat.   FEEL: You should feel all the muscles in your legs and core working, especially your quadriceps muscles.   COMPENSATION:...

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