By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II
In order to define our abdominal structure we have to really work for it. Emphasizing dynamic core exercises on the #BOSU balance trainer is an excellent way to achieve such abdominal definition. Dynamic or “isotonic” exercise consists of continuous and sustained movements of the arms and legs which is beneficial to the cardiorespiratory system. When you couple a dynamic exercise with a stable or “isometric” exercise per say our push-up position, then your exercise routine’s difficulty dramatically increases. Isometric exercises are performed by the exertion of effort against a resistance that strengthens and tones the muscle without changing the length of the muscle fibers.
In the seventh video of our series of abdominal exercises on the #Bosu balance trainer, this video emphasizes the incorporation of a stable base exercise paired with its dynamic counterpart.
Fitness Propelled’s 3 HIT BOSU Ball Abdominal Exercises
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