Work your glutes with this bridge variation. Position the BOSU at the top of your mat and sit in with your back towards it. Lean your upper body back so your head, neck, and shoulders are positioned at the top of the ball and your back is resting on the
BOSU abs This move works the abs, especially the obliques, as well. Holding a four- or six-pound medicine ball at your chest, sit just forward of the center of the BOSU. Take your time to find the sweet spot for your balance
This challenging push-up variation beats boredom and works your entire body. Position the BOSU in front of you and get into a push-up position with legs straight out behind you and toes pointed. Place your left hand on the center of the BOSU and your
Tighten your core with this one exercise! I would rather have a strong core than tight and dysfunctional one. PUSH therapy is probably the only system that teaches how to "strengthen" your core without tension and dysfunction.