Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do swiss ball decline push up.
The Swiss Ball Decline Push Up is a great way to target the chest while also incorporating more core stability work.
Watch the SWISS BALL DECLINE PUSH UP: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform SWISS BALL DECLINE PUSH UP:
1. With both of your hands, shoulder width apart, on the floor, contract your core, then place one foot up on a swiss ball at a time, then walk your hands out while rolling the swiss ball on your legs until it’s placed under your shins.
2. With your hands directly below your shoulders and your body flat from your heels to your head, bend your elbows to lower your upper body towards the floor, keeping your neck in alignment with your spine.
3. Focus on keeping your core contracted to reduce the risk of your hips sagging.
4. Once your upper arms reach parallel to the floor, press your hands through the floor to lift your body back up to the starting position.
Get a full chest workout, check out our Chest Pumping Giant Set Chest Workout video. Give it a try!
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