Out of Bal­ance Ex­er­cises

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From the road to the floor, most of us ex­er­cise on sta­ble sur­faces. How­ever, some ex­perts rec­om­mend ex­er­cis­ing on un­sta­ble sur­faces to have a strong core and a sup­ple psoas. “When one talks about the core, it is nor­mally equated to the ab­dom­i­nal mus­cles and per­form­ing mul­ti­ple sets of crunches. How­ever, there is a more deep-seated and ex­tremely im­por­tant core mus­cle called the psoas. Sense it, feel it, work it. I rec­om­mend Rev­o­lu­tion in Mo­tion—a ground break­ing ex­er­cise tech­nique founded by Dr. Edythe Heus—to help train these deep-seated core mus­cles through ‘out of bal­ance’ ex­er­cises such as ex­er­cis­ing with a BOSU ball, bal­ance board or slant board,” says Raina.

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