Dead Bug With Stability Ball
This exercise involves lying on your back with a stability ball between your hands and knees. You then extend your opposite arm and leg while keeping your core engaged and the stability ball in place. This exercise helps to improve core stability and coordination.
Dead Bug With Stability Ball Instructions
- Start by lying on your back with your arms extended towards the ceiling and your legs bent at a 90-degree angle, with your calves resting on top of the stability ball.
- Engage your core muscles and press your lower back into the ground.
- Slowly extend your right leg out straight, while simultaneously lowering your left arm overhead towards the ground.
- Pause for a moment, then return to the starting position.
- Repeat on the other side, extending your left leg out straight while lowering your right arm overhead.
- Continue alternating sides for the desired number of repetitions or time.
Dead Bug With Stability Ball Form & Visual
Dead Bug With Stability Ball Benefits
- Improves core stability and strength
- Targets the rectus abdominis, obliques, and transverse abdominis muscles
- Helps to improve posture and balance
- Can be modified for different fitness levels and abilities
- Requires minimal equipment and can be done at home or in the gym
Dead Bug With Stability Ball Muscles Worked
- Rectus abdominis
- Transverse abdominis
- Erector spinae
- Hip flexors