Bosu Body Workout

The Bosu ball is a versatile fitness tool that allows you do cardio, flexibility, and strength training. Today we are going to show you 5 moves to get a full body workout using just the Bosu


Wide Squat and jump

Our first move is the Bosu squat and jump.  Start with one foot in middle of Bosu and other foot out to side using a wide stance. Squat down with chest up,  and touch down with outside hand to inside of foot, push off with leg on Bosu and jump to other side.  Repeat 10 – 15 reps. On each side.

Bosu Burpee

Flip Bosu with dome side down. Begin with hands on Bosu, in a squat position, jump legs back, add push up,  jump back to squat position,  grab Bosu, and press overhead. Perform 10 – 15 reps.

Knee Tuck with a Twist

Start with dome side down. Get into push up position with hands extended and under shoulders. Bring your knee up towards opposite elbow while twisting hips slightly. Then return to push up position. Repeat on both sides 10 – 15 reps on each side.

Oblique Side Up

Lay across Bosu with hip on the bottom of the dome. Place feet shoulder with apart to anchor body on floor. With hands on side of your head, extend and stretch torso over Bosu, then lift torso squeezing obliques and pausing at the top of your contraction. Repeat on each side 10 -15 reps.

Push up walkover

Our last move is great for upper body. Begin with one hand in the middle of the ball, and one hand on floor, bend at the elbows performing a push up, then switching to other side replacing hands on the ball and performing push up on the other side. Continue walking over. Perform 10 – 15 reps on each side.

Hey Acadiana, make sure you give the Bosu a try, and take your fitness to the next level, and don’t forget to keep fitness first!

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