How to Do Seated Cable Twist on Ball
The seated cable twist on the ball should begin with 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 seated cable twist on ball.
Beginning Seated Cable Twist
Twist your torso and take both hands on the stirrup. Straighten your torso and arms as much as possible. The cable should be stretched taut and your arms should be parallel to the floor. Execution Exhale as you slowly rotate your torso to the opposing side, keeping your arms and torso straight.
Seated Cable Twist Movement
1. You will be sitting in the middle of a stability ball so that the cable starts off to your right and your arms extended in front of you.
2. To grab the cable with both hands, twist your body to the right and grab the cable with an interlocking grip.
3. From here, twist the cable in a straight motion to the opposing side of your body.
4. Keep the motion slow and controller, and bring it back to the starting position.
Seated Cable Twist Benefits
The transverse abdominis and oblique muscles are targeted by the cable woodchop. These muscles allow you to rotate at the waist and hit a bat or racket with your entire body weight rather than simply your arms. The woodchop also works your back, shoulders, and legs muscles.