Bosu

Bosu

 

     BOSU is an exercise device for exercising helps improve balance and correct posture. Invented by David Weck in 1999. BOSU ball workout is similar cuting half and supplemented at the bottom platform. BOSU name is derived from the English "Both Sides Up", the two sides up. First, can lay the platform to the ground and use the balloon up if you want to improve balance bottom half of the body, or can also use the up platform (such as balancing a notch), and thus focus on upper body muscles.

     And as already mentioned, is the BOSU exercise smarter, not harder - for example, the most basic exercises on BOSU - ie standing with both feet on the "bubble" as soon as you realize that space is very complex and dynamic. This leads to the development of central nervous system (CNS) and enables collaboration systems intuitively and automatically find the position of least resistance - gradually improves balance and thus the stability of the joints, which is of great benefit to the entire musculoskeletal system, not just that. BOSU - has its origins in rehabilitation. With simple tools each user determines its own level of difficulty. This makes the BOSU popular among people of all ages from beginners to highly trained individuals. This is a good tool for patients with back pain, with joint instability, impaired balance, postoperative and post-accident conditions, as well as fitness training to improve physical fitness.

     You can also use the BOSU exercises on everything that has to do with:
Cardiovascular (aerobic) training - as well as step - including hops, jampi, lung, etc.
Force-training - for dynamic squats, lunges, push-ups and maintain balance in strengthening with weights (standing, kneeling, lying in)
Flexibility and relaxation - standing, kneeling or lying on top of the BOSU with stretching - stretching. Improving fitness - and jumpy plyometrické exercises will improve performance and agility. Strengthening stabilizer muscles - suitable for strengthening abdominal muscles and lower back area, which is easy to hit the inner stabilizing muscles.

     How BOSU works and why you exercise?
Bosu Exercise will make you strictly keep your center of gravity of the body above the surface of the ball, which is constantly changing. Just stand on it is quite difficult because your body naturally moves through the action of gravity, and we keep getting out of balance. Bosu is great in that it does not work only the muscles that are "surface", but also in skeletal and other important muscles that normally neprocvičujeme and to ensure good posture. Thanks to the weakness of these muscles you can be hurt joints or back. Exercise you throughout the training forces have a number of muscles involved for one reason-if povolíš, you fall. Bosu is great for strengthening ligaments and tendons, and ensure better coordination of the movement. They are trained in all positions, standing, sitting, kneeling, lying down. There are over 2500 different exercises, but if you persevere, we will help tremendously to improve the BOSU balance is meant by a better ability to maintain a position. Furthermore, with the BOSU will be far better understanding of their motor skills, or awareness of what position your body takes in the moment.Finally, you will feel better each part of your body.