How To Do A Single Leg Swiss Ball Leg Curl Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide
The Single Leg Swiss Ball Leg Curl is a challenging exercise that not only targets your
hamstrings and glutes, but also improves balance, stability, and core strength.
To get started:
Lie down with your back on the floor, arms to the side with your palms pressed into the floor, and your
calves and feet on top of a swiss ball. Contract your core to lift your hips to form a straight line from your
shoulders to your feet. Then raise one leg in the air with the bottom of your foot facing the ceiling to get into the starting position.
Next, press your other heel into the swiss ball and contract your hamstrings and glutes by bending your knee to roll the swiss ball towards your glutes.
Under control, roll the ball back out so your leg is extended, while keeping your hips lifted off the ground and your core contracted.
Repeat for reps with one leg, then switch legs and repeat.
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