Bosu Balance Pro Trainer Body Circles can be done in a progression of balance drills and should be sequenced AFTER simpler moves. Once the participant has mastered mounting and dismounting the Bosu in its “flat top” position, weight shifting can be learned. After performing the movements of forward-back and right-left… try CIRCLING. As you can see, weight shifting forward, side, back, side, in a clockwise direction creates circular movement rotating the Bosu in the opposite direction. Done as a pre-workout whole body “wake up” to get the joint fluids flowing Or an excellent active recovery for boot campers who want to catch the breath while continuing to work. Bosu Circles are also great stabilization for the ankles, knees, and hips plus core body control.
The Bosu Balance Pro Trainer “Body Circles” technique was developed at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness, by Debra Stefan, CFT
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