How to Do Stability Ball Core Rotation, Feet Up
The stability ball core rotation feet up 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 stability ball core rotation.
Beginning Stability Ball Core Rotation
1. Start on your back, with a stability ball between your hands and your legs straight up over your hips.
2. Slowly drop your arms behind your head and your legs toward the floor, forming a V-shape.
3. To begin, pull your hands and feet back and pass the ball to your feet.
Stability Ball Core Rotation Movement
1. Start off with your feet on a stability ball, with your body laying flat on the ground.
2. Establish balance with your feet on the ball and slowly rotate your hips and legs to one side. By reversing this movement, you will bring your legs back to the starting position.
3. Alternate directions that you twist to and repeat for repetitions.
Stability Ball Core Rotation Benefits
The Stability Ball Core Rotation is a one-of-a-kind exercise that strengthens the abdominals, low back, glutes, and legs. This motion positions your upper body on top of the stability ball, creating an unstable surface that requires more and deeper muscles to assist.