Supine Balance - Added Contact Point Holding Dome

by Keli Roberts

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This core exercise progression is a great way to build stability for the torso. Start in a supine position with your feet lifted. Now from here, start a small forward and back movement with your legs while your hands are holding onto the dome for added stability. To progress, take your hands away and reach them straight up and then like crawling, perform a dead bug. You want to make sure the shoulders are lifted. As a further progression, increase the range of motion. Stretch out as you perform this great drill that strengthens the core.

About the Presenter

Keli Roberts

Keli Roberts IDEA Author/Presenter

Keli Roberts is a specialized tier-three personal trainer at Equinox in Pasadena, California. She is a master trainer for Schwinn® Cycling and Glidingn, a Kettlebell® Concepts-sponsored athlete and is on the BOSU® development team. Keli is also known for her award-winning videos, books and training seminars. She is a spokesperson for ACE, a 2007 inductee to the National Fitness Hall of Fame and was awarded the 2003 IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year Award.