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9 EXERCISES WITH A FABRIC BALANCE CUSHION - YOUR FITNESS ROUTINE

Trainers from around the world all agree: stability work strengthens your core like nothing else. So, let's go! A few squats, a few lunges, a few balance exercises and voilà: the strong, sculpted body of your dreams!

your balance cushion routine

Trainers from around the world all agree: stability work strengthens your core like nothing else. So, let's go! A few squats, a few lunges, a few balance exercises and voilà: the strong, sculpted body of your dreams!

EXERCISE 1: SIDE TAPS

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Legs

Level +

The proper position:

Stand up, left foot on your balance cushion, right foot on the floor.

Feet should be hip width apart and knees slightly bent.

Keep your back straight without overarching.

Place your hands on your hips.

You can use a balancing stick if necessary ;)

EXERCISE 2: FRONT-BACK TAPS

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Legs

Level +

The proper position:

Stand up, left foot on your balance cushion, right foot on the floor.

Feet should be hip width apart and knees slightly bent.

Keep your back straight without overarching.

Place your hands on your hips.

You can use a balancing stick if necessary ;)

EXERCISE 3: TOE BALANCING

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Legs

Level ++

The proper position:

Stand up, left foot on your balance cushion, right foot pointing towards the floor.

Keep your back straight without overarching.

Place your hands on your hips.

You can use a balancing stick if necessary ;)

The proper movement:

1. Inhale before you start.

2. Exhale and raise your right leg. Hold the position for 5 seconds.

3. Inhale and come back to your starting position with control.

4. Place your right foot on the cushion and raise your left leg.

> Do these movements for 30 seconds, with 30 seconds of recovery.

EXERCISE 4: SIDE LUNGES

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Thighs #Glutes

Level ++

The proper position:

Stand up, left foot on your balance cushion, right foot pointing towards the floor.

Keep your back straight without overarching.

Place your hands on your hips.

You can use a balancing stick if necessary ;)

EXERCISE 5: LUNGES

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Thighs #Glutes

your balance cushion routine

Level ++

The proper position:

Stand up, right foot on your balance cushion, left foot on the floor behind you.

Lower down to a lunge position, knees at 90°.

Keep your back straight without overarching.

Place your hands on your hips.

You can use a balancing stick if necessary ;)

EXERCISE 6: BALANCING ON A CHAIR

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Core

Level ++

The proper position:

Place your balance cushion on a chair and sit on it.

Engage your core, keeping your back straight without overarching.

Feet should be hip width apart, knees bent to 90° with your feet well grounded.

Stretch your arms out in front of you, palms facing each other.

EXERCISE 7: CHAIR SQUATS WITH A BALANCE CUSHION

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Thighs #Glutes

Level ++

The proper position:

Sit on a chair.

Place your right foot on the balance cushion, which should be on the floor in front of the chair. Place your left foot on the floor.

Feet should be hip width apart, knees bent to 90°.

Engage your core, keeping your back straight without overarching.

Stretch your arms out in front of you, palms facing each other.

EXERCISE 8: POINTER

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Core

your balance cushion routine

Level +++

The proper position:

Come into an all-fours position, knees on your balance cushion below your hips.

Keep your back straight without overarching.

Straighten your arms, keeping them in line with your shoulders, hands flat on the mat, fingers facing forward.

EXERCISE 9: CORE LEG LIFTS

#Mobility #Proprioception #Lowerbody #Core

Level +++

The proper position:

Lie on your left side.

Your feet, legs, hips and shoulders should be in a straight line.

Bend your left arm at a 90° angle on the floor for balance, while you raise your right arm, keeping it straight.

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