What woman doesn’t want a great butt and inner/outer thighs? Today, John and I wanted to share a great exercise that targets those areas, but also requires a lot of fine motor stability. Using an unstable surface, such as a bosu, will require the small stabilizers in the feet, calves, anterior tibialis (shin bone), quads, hamstrings, glutes, hips, and core, to engage in order for you to not fall off. This type of training improves proprioceptive awareness, meaning your body is more efficient at knowing where it is in space. If you consistently do this type of training, you will stand a much better chance of not falling when you lose your balance There have been so many times when I slip on ice, but don’t quite fall because my body is able to make those split second adjustments and save me from potentially hurting myself.
We made this exercise look more difficult than it probably is, but in our defense, we had done about 40 minutes of exercises before this, and had very little legs left! Try it out and share with everyone your experience!