Video Tutorial #148 Bosu Ball Foot Training



Bosu Ball Foot Training

This exercise strengthens the spring suspension system muscles in eversion, inversion, the combination of inversion and eversion dorsiflexion and plantarflexion.

Bosu Ball Foot Training

excerpt from the book, ‘How I Got My Wiggle Back’, page 161

Bosu Ball Foot Training

Point the big toes slightly inward (pigeon toed) as you stand up straight on the ball.

Push down, it’s resistance.

Shift your weight from the left side of the foot to the right, rolling the foot in and out

Now, standing up straight, push down, lifting the front of the foot and burying the heel, and then do the opposite: bury the front half of your foot into the ball and raise the heel.

Additionally, One Leg Bosu Ball Balance Training can be completed.

excerpt from the book, ‘How I Got My Wiggle Back’, page 161

One Leg Bosu Ball Balance Training

You’ll probably need to hang on at first as you stand on the ball with one foot.

Balance and at the same time roll your foot back and forth from eversion (outward) to inversion (inward).


About Dr James Stoxen DC (282 Posts)

Dr. James Stoxen, D.C., owns and operates Team Doctors Treatment and Training Center. and Team Doctors Sports Medicine and Anti-aging Products. He has been the meet and team chiropractor at many national and world championships. He has been inducted into the prestigious National Hall of Fame, the Personal Trainers Hall of Fame and appointed to serve on the prestigious, Global Advisory Board of The International Sports Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the Advisory Board for the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners. Dr. Stoxen is a sought after speaker, internationally having organized and /or given over 1000 live presentations around the world.(full bio)

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