samjackson wrote:If you have access to a BOSU balance trainer, you can turn it flat side up, so it wobbles, balance yourself on it and, holding a 4lb medicine ball (or light kettlebell) out in front of you (arms strtched out straight), squat. I think this would be a good day 2 change up as you have to squat slowly or you'll fall off of the thing.
It isn't easy and the squats aren't pretty but it is very effective for developing core stability. I do them twice a week at my physical therapist's office. If you don't no what a BOSU is: http://bosufitness.com/products.php
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