The traditional push-up is taken even further by using the BOSU. Just like a regular push-up, your triceps and pectorals get a good work out, but by adding the balancing component of the BOSU, you are now working your core and stabilizers even further.
- Begin with your hands placed in the middle of an upside down BOSU, thumbs of each hand as well as index fingers touching to create a triangle. Arms straight holding up your weight, feet together and out-stretched behind, body straight.
- Inhale as you slowly lower yourself into a push-up position by bending your arms and keeping your body straight. Return to the straight arm position, exhaling as you do so and repeat.
- Suggested reps: 3 sets of 8-10 reps to start.
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