Bodies by Design Fitness Tips
Bosu Ball Chest Fly
Start in the lunge position standing atop 2 bosu balls (1 Bosu for the front leg and one for the rear). Ensure the Bosu balls are properly positioned so that you are comfortably stabilized. When stabilized, grab both kinesis cables in the assumed chest fly position of 180 degrees. With either arm, execute a single-arm chest fly bringing the cable to the center of the body.
While still maintaining perfect lunge posture, complete the second portion of the chest fly by performing a chest fly with the opposite arm until both arms have met front and center. Be sure to keep your head up and looking straight ahead to achieve continuous balance throughout. At this point, your core should be fully contracted in order to stabilize yourself on the bosu balls.
For the completion of the movement, slowly return both arms simultaneously back to the start position while still maintaining a perfect lunge position. Complete entire exercise for 12-15reps and then alternate lunge position and repeat.
The Bosu Ball chest fly is a fantastic exercise that will not only tone the chest and front deltoids but will also challenge your core stabilizers, hip flexors hamstrings and glutes.Ladies, if you are looking for those bootylicious thighs for the up and coming summer months than this is a movement to definitely incorporate into your current routine. This is also a great movement for you guys looking get a shredded chest and quads.
BBD Fitness Consultant
Be sure to keep your head up and looking straight ahead to achieve continuous balance throughout.