Stability / Swiss / Exercise Ball Knee Tuck to Chest
- Position yourself on all fours with your torso on a swiss ball and hands and feet on the floor. Stretch your legs back and keep your hands under your shoulders.
- Engage your abs and slowly walk your hands forward until your feet lift off the floor. Carry on walking out until your quads or knees rest on the ball in a plank position.
- Slowly bend your knees in towards your chest allowing the ball to roll forward. Tuck your knees under your torso as your hips lift towards the ceiling.
- Slowly straighten your legs and roll the ball out to the starting position.
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Stability / swiss / exercise ball knee tuck to chest is a gym work out exercise that targets abs and also involves calves and glutes & hip flexors and quadriceps. Refer to the illustration and instructions above for how to perform this exercise correctly. Modified side planks, double crunches and high knees / front knee lifts / run / jog on the spot are related exercise that target the same muscle groups as stability / swiss / exercise ball knee tuck to chest. Visit our directory for more exercises.
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