Equipment Needed: medicine balls and a Bosu
Below are a few core workouts to give a while. They will incorporate your balance while engaging your core. Don’t be surprised if you can’t nail it the first time you try. It took me a while for my mind and body would connect. Either way – try it. You may just fall in love with it!
Balance involves more than we think, and a great core workout is just the thing to keep up with it. We use our balance to do everyday tasks. We might take it for granted until we don’t have it anymore. It involves our core (the front, side, and back of our midsection). I always say a healthy core is a happy body. Try out these exercises and see how you do. Every time you take another stab at them, you’ll get better.
CAUTION: If you don’t have the equipment, you can try these without by using a basketball ball or any unsteady surface, a chair, bench or the first step on your stairwell. Sometimes it could take people 4 tries in a row before their body responds. Keep trying – God made your body strong and capable of many things you might not know you can do unless you try