Weekly Exercise

Exercise Of The Week: Ball Pass Core Workout

Traditionally, this exercise is done using a stability ball. But you can use a small pillow or whatever you have available- I used the wobble cushion that I have used for many other exercises. This move works your core and helps build stability and coordination. Lie on the floor, holding the wobble cushion (or whatever… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Ball Pass Core Workout

one leg plank using a wobble cushion
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Exercise Of The Week: One-Leg Plank On A Wobble Cushion

As other plank variations do, one-legged planks work your core, shoulders, and back. Planks also help improve your balance and posture, which benefits your body overall. Position yourself in a push up position, with your hands on a wobble cushion. If you find the cushion slides out from under you, try this exercise on a… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: One-Leg Plank On A Wobble Cushion

squats on a wobble cushion
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Exercise Of The Week: Squats On A Wobble Cushion

Squats are always a great choice of exercise. They work your glutes, core, quads, and hamstrings. Squats on a wobble cushion are a challenging twist, and also a fun way to mix up your exercise routine. Stand on a wobble cushion and stabilize yourselfBend your legs, and lower your body into a squat position, until… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Squats On A Wobble Cushion

twist using a wobble cushion
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Exercise Of The Week: Kneeling Twist Using A Wobble Cushion

As you've likely noticed in the last several exercise posts, using a wobble cushion makes any exercise more difficult. It works your core and helps improve balance. This week's exercise is a simple twist which helps strengthen your core. Twists also work your pelvis, glutes, and hips in an effort to keep balanced while on… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Kneeling Twist Using A Wobble Cushion

hip bridges with a wobble cushion
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Exercise Of The Week: Hip Bridges Using A Wobble Cushion

Hip bridges work a substantial amount of muscles; the hip abductors, gluteus maximus, hamstrings, your core, and the quadriceps are all involved in maintaining balance. Using a wobble cushion makes it much more difficult. This variation, stabilizing with one leg, is another version that increases the difficulty. Lay on your back on the floor- you… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Hip Bridges Using A Wobble Cushion