To begin with the stability on the bosu what
you want to do is you want to turn it upside down and you are going to bring the black
side to the top and the ball part is going to be on the bottom and what I want to do
is I want to put my feet on here, it takes a little bit, o’kay and you might be a little
nervous but what you want to do is you want to bring both of your feet on top of the ball
and it looks just like that. You want your feet about hip width apart. Now sometimes
it can help if you deflate the ball a little bit to get started but this one is pretty
blown up and what we want to do is we want to bring ourselves up on top of that ball
and work on getting that balance before we do anything else. This is just basic stability.
You are standing on the bosu pulling your belly button to the spine and then the next
thing what you want to do is you want to slowly come on down and bring your hands down toward
your feet and you want to do that about 8 to 10 times depending on how good your stability
is. It could be easy for you or it could be a challenge for you. Again you just want to
come on down and touch your toes and come on up. Real simple exercise but can be a little
bit challenging and that is basic stability on the bosu.