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Twisted Plank on BOSU Ball...or propped up on a step (won't give the added challenge of stability - but will save you $100 on a BOSU ball!)

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Twisted Plank on BOSU Ball...or propped up on a step (won't give the added challenge of stability - but will save you $100 on a BOSU ball!)

plank with kick on bosu -- when I get more stable with the plank, I'm totally going to add the knee.

plank with kick on bosu -- when I get more stable with the plank, I'm totally going to add the knee.

Teapots - Works out your obliques helps get rid of your love handles. AGAIN, Bosu ball is optional. Stand with legs shoulder width apart, bend at your waist as far as you can without lifting your opposite leg off the grown or bending your supporting leg. Do 15-20 reps x 3-4 sets. I use 15-20lbs dumb bells.

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Teapots - Works out your obliques helps get rid of your love handles. AGAIN, Bosu ball is optional. Stand with legs shoulder width apart, bend at your waist as far as you can without lifting your opposite leg off the grown or bending your supporting leg. Do 15-20 reps x 3-4 sets. I use 15-20lbs dumb bells.

Front Lunges on Bosu - Targets your glutes & hamstrings. Adding a Bosu ball promotes muscle recruitment & core stability. When holding a medicine ball on your side, it increases your need to stay neutral for your core. Start out with one foot on the middle of the Bosu & other foot behind. When you are balanced, slowly drop your back knee as far as you can but don't touch the floor. Also when going down, make sure your front knee doesn't go pass your toes. Then switch. Do 15-20 reps or as…

Front Lunges on Bosu - Targets your glutes & hamstrings. Adding a Bosu ball promotes muscle recruitment & core stability. When holding a medicine ball on your side, it increases your need to stay neutral for your core. Start out with one foot on the middle of the Bosu & other foot behind. When you are balanced, slowly drop your back knee as far as you can but don't touch the floor. Also when going down, make sure your front knee doesn't go pass your toes. Then switch. Do 15-20 reps or as…

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