Feet Elevated Stability Ball Plank

You can progress the difficulty of the floor plank by placing your feet on the top of a stability ball. Due to the round surface, the stability ball can roll forward, backward and side-to-side. In order to stop the motion of the stability ball, you must contract and stabilize your core muscles. Take note that unless you have mastered various forms of the floor plank, it is advisable not to perform more advanced versions such as this feet elevated stability ball plank.

stability ball plank core exercise videosEquipment Needed

Stability Ball

Target

Core (Transverse Abdominis)

Primary Stabilizers

Shoulder Stabilizers

 

 

 

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