How to Do Dumbbell Stability Ball Chest Press With Alternating Arms
Advanced core stabilization & strength.
Solid Lumbo-pelvic-hip-complex and legs flexibility.
Good chest & shoulder girdle strength & stabilization.
Stable to unstable - place one foot on a medicine ball.
Beginning Stability Ball Chest Press
Sit on the Stability ball with the weights resting on your thighs.
Activate your core by drawing your navel towards your spine and squeeze your glutes.
Position your head and shoulders on the center of the ball.
Place the weights on your chest.
Move your body into a plank position.
Press your head slightly into the ball and then push the weights upward directly above your chest.
Stability Ball Chest Press Movement
1. Hold a weight in one hand extended above your chest, lower the opposite weight towards your chest.
2. At chest height, return your dumbbell back up to the starting position.
3. Repeat movement with the opposite arm.
Stability Ball Chest Press Benefits
Provides integrated strength of the chest and shoulders.
Promotes shoulder girdle stabilization.
Increases core strength and stabilization.