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Bosu Ball Exercise Benefits
The following are some of the benefits of Bosu Ball exercise. You may have heard about it before or not. If you haven’t, then read on!
1) Improves Balance & Coordination: When you practice Bosu Ball, your coordination improves because you will improve balance and coordination while using the Bosu Ball.
2) Increases Strength: Bosu Ball strengthens your muscles and bones.
You will feel stronger after practicing Bosu Ball.
3) Improves Mental Focus: Bosu Ball helps you focus better when doing other activities such as driving, working at home etc.
4) Improves Self-Esteem: Bosu Ball increases self-esteem which is very important especially if you are trying to live a healthy lifestyle.
5) Increases Energy Levels: Bosu Ball helps you increase energy levels during physical activity.
6) Improves Blood Circulation: Bosu Ball improves blood circulation in your body.
This is very important especially if you are trying to live a healthy lifestyle.
7) Promotes Weight Loss: Good news for those who are trying to lose weight, studies show that practicing Bosu Ball will help you lose weight.
8) Increases Bone Density: Practicing Bosu ball increases your bone density and helps prevent osteoporosis.
9) Relieves Stress & Anxiety: Practicing the exercise on the bosu ball relieves stress and anxiety because it keeps the mind focused on what you are doing at the time.
10) Prevents Back Pain: If you have back pain, practicing bosu ball will help prevent it because the exercises focus on your core strength and balance.
BOSU BALL EXERCISES FOR BEGINNERS
If you are a beginner at the BOSU ball, here are some basic exercises that you can do:
1) BOSU ball crunches: Lay down on the floor with your feet on the BOSU.
Slowly lift your feet off of the BOSU and do crunches.
2) BOSU ball push-ups: Lay down on the floor underneath the BOSU with your hands laced on the top of it.
Now do push-ups.
3) BOSU ball bridges: Lie down on the floor under the BOSU, and place your hands on it.
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