Bosu Abs Exercises


Exercise #1: The Simple Crunch.

Instead of doing those EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS of crunches on the floor. Place your lower back on a Bosu ball and then do your crunches. This will give you extra bend and flex which will emphasize your workout and get you better results.

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Simple Crunch

Exercise #2: Elbow to Knee.

Step #1: Sit up, while lifting your left knee, and twist your torso so that you right elbow meets your left knee.

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Elbow crossover twist to knee

Step #2: Untwist and lay back while extending your left leg straight out in front of you. Go back to step #1 and repeat the process.THEN do it all again using your left elbow and right leg.

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Lay back, straighten leg

Exercise #3: The Twist.

Step #1: Stretch back in a neutral crunch position with your arms bent over your head.

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Neutral

Step #2: With knees together, bend and twist your legs to the left WHILE lifting your torso, arms straight in front of you, and touch your feet. Go back to the neutral pose in step #1. THEN with knees together, bend and twist your legs to the right while lifting your torso, arms straight in front of you, and touch your feet. Repeat.

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Sit up, twist, and touch feet

Exercise #4: The Lower Crunch.

Step #1: Stretch back in a neutral crunch position with your arms bent over your head.

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Stretch out and tap the floor with your feet and hands.

Step #2: With knees together, lift your feet off of the floor WHILE lifting your torso, with arms straight in front of you, and touch your knees. Go back to step #1 and repeat.

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Bring knees up and touch them with your hands

Done and done. Now, FEEL THE BURN!

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5 thoughts on “Bosu Abs Exercises

  1. I’ve been all over the bosu lately and it is working wonders. Michelle – Are you finally revealing the secret we have all been wondering about for so long?

  2. I definitely use the bosu ball when I want to get better results on my lower abs. It’s a hard place to target but the bosu ball allows you to extend greater than 180 degrees which gives greater extension and better flexion on the lower abs. If you haven’t tried it, try it, you may be in pain but you won’t be disappointed with the results!

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