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How to Do Prone Push Up Jackknife on Stability Ball With Bent Knees
The prone stability ball push-up jackknife with bent knees 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 prone stability ball push-up.
Beginning Jackknife Push Ups With Stability Ball
Squeeze your abs and bend your knees to roll the stability ball toward your hands until only your toes are on it, keeping your hips down. Return to the beginning posture by pausing, then slowly straightening your legs behind you.
Jackknife Push Ups With Stability Ball Movement
1. To begin this exercise, you first need to get in position by placing both of your hands flat on the ground and keeping both of your feet on a stability ball.
2. You should be in a decline push-up position with your body in a straight line.
3. This is your starting position.
4. Simultaneously, you are going to perform a push-up by bending at the elbows, while using your legs on the stability ball to bring it closer to your body. When the stability ball is close to your body, your legs on the ball will be bent.
5. Return from this position by pressing straight up while simultaneously rolling the ball back to where it began. Repeat for repetitions.
Jackknife Push Ups With Stability Ball Benefits
Having a strong core minimizes your chances of getting hurt while doing everyday tasks. It can also help relieve lower back pain, and in some cases, it can eliminate it.
Deadlifts and squats, for example, necessitate a large degree of core strength. By strengthening your core with workouts like this, you can increase the amount of weight you can lift on different compound motions.
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