How to Do
How to Do Oblique Twists on the Skier's Exercise Ball
The skier's exercise ball oblique twists should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the skier's exercise ball oblique twists.
Beginning Oblique Twists on the Skier's Exercise Ball
Set yourself in a push-up position with a stability ball under your ankles. Roll the ball from left to right, keeping your feet near to the ground but not touching it.
Oblique Twists on the Skier's Exercise Ball Movement
1. Start in a pushup position with both legs resting on a stability ball.
2. In this position rotate your hips and your knees will come with you. Keep your feet on the stability ball at all times.
3. Complete the repetition by untwisting your body and coming back to the starting position.
Oblique Twists on the Skier's Exercise Ball Benefits
The oblique twist is a wonderful core workout that works a lot of muscles. It not only works the rectus abdominis, but it also works the external and internal obliques. A stronger core protects the spine, improves posture, and aids balance.