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Watching a fellow gym-goer perform push-ups on a bosu ball or wobble board can be both exciting and intimidating. Before you incorporate “instability” as a means of increasing intensity, you need to make sure you are first able to complete the exercise on a stable surface with proper form and technique – it helps to have a fitness professional present to remind you to drop your hips or bring your head up if needed to ensure proper form is maintained.

You should only consider incorporating instability when you can demonstrate the ability to stabilize the parts of the body the exercise will most challenge. Please talk to your trainer for more information.

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