A challenging exercise for the lower body.
Stand on the BOSU with your knees slightly bent, core engage, shoulders and arms relaxed. Avoid letting your ankles roll out.
Bring your hips back and bend your knees as if you are trying to sit on a chair. As you squat, lift your arms up overhead. Your knees should stay in line with your toes. Try to avoid pressing down on either your toes or your heels. You can either hold this position for 10-30 seconds, as in a wall sit, or you can do 8-12 reps dynamically. Rest, then repeat the exercise as desired.
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