An advanced exercise for the chest muscles. It develops coordination and balance.
Lie on the floor face down and place straight arms on the BOSU firmly.
Your feet should be together or slightly apart.
As you inhale, slowly bend your elbows and lower your body until your chest touches the BOSU.
Keep your back straight, don't bend your lower back.
As you exhale, slowly go back to the starting position.
You can do push ups using the soft or stiff part of the ball.
The wider you place your palms, the more load will be on the outer chest muscle. The narrower - the more work will be on its inner part.
Avoid “falling” down as, in this case, the weight of your body “falls” on your elbow joints ligaments. Look straight in front of you or to the floor.
If it is hard for you to do push ups on the floor with your weight, start with an easier version - bend your knees.
If this exercise is too easy for you, you can put a barbell plate on your back or take a backpack with extra weight.
Do not finish the exercise with firmly fixed or straight elbows to avoid any injury.