INTRODUCTORY STABILITY TRAINING WORKOUT

By Cary Raffle | MS Exercise Science & Health Promotion | Certified Personal Trainer | Certified Orthopedic Exercise Specialist | trainercary.com | 917-603-3813 Check with your doctor before beginning a new exercise program | Exercises are appropriate for most people, but it is best to meet with a qualified trainer for selection and instruction

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Planks are one of the most efficient ways to train the core muscles to stabilize the position of the spine. When you add the unstable surface of the platform side of the BOSU balance trainer, you can ...
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This pushup progression using the platform side of the BOSU Balance Trainer strengthens the chest, shoulders, triceps and core. Bring your hands onto the sides of the BOSU and then perform a pushup by...
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1. Lying under a squat rack. 2. Secure a barbell in the squat rack about3 to4 feet above the floor. 3. Lying under the bar, grab it with a shoulder-width overhand grip. 4. Hang at arm's length from th...
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With tricep extensions supine, start with your shoulder girdle and head supported on the stability ball. Do a good bridge position here where you stabilize through your hips and lower extremities. Rai...
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BEGINNERS MAY DO THIS IN SEATED POSITION always exit ball by returning to full seated upright position and standing
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Created By CARY RAFFLE

Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer

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