Out of Balance Exercises
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.