I have a BOSU Ball that just sits on the shelf. I occasionally get it out to try it but my balance is so poor that I can't use it. A younger person might find it an advantage but at my age, a fall would be disaster so it was kind of a waste for me.
So I don't own a BOSU ball, but I do have that half-inflated bosu ball wanna-be that SparkPeople sold a few years ago (balance ball, I think they called it, sort of oval?). But today with my knee creaking, it was enough of a challenge just to stay balanced on the floor and do the arm exercise as if I was carrying weight. When I get stronger or am upstairs where the other weights are and my balance ball thing is, I'll try it again.
This gives me a great goal to work up to! It looks challenging but actually kind of fun. Thank you for the video. I am marking it in my favorites. Hopefully it is still around once I am ready for this!!
1/5/2015 7:16:51 AM
Do you have any Sitercises videos. I can not stand for a minute without holding on.
Have to say I am glad my personal trainers do NOT use things like the bosa ball. I already have a balance problem, and could not use that device. YET, I have gained over all strength like you would not believe!
2/8/2014 6:07:49 AM
Great video, but it would great if Bosu balls were not so expensive.
11/12/2013 4:13:19 PM
I like to use the bosu with the flat part on top. Is that just as good exercise as if you stand on the squishy part? I hate it when my feet slide to the side of my shoes. Thank you in advance.
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