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Wakeboard Workout Wednesday #5 – Stability Ball Reverse Crunch

The 5th wakeboard workout is the stability ball reverse crunch.  This is a great exercise for your core.  Your core must not only work to stabilize the stability ball, but also to pull the ball up towards your chest. 

WARNING: Use the information in this video at your own risk. Please consult your physician before participating in an exercise program. Wake 2 Wake Fitness does not take responsibility for any type of injuries that occur from following the listed videos.

Start in a push-up position with your knees fully extended and your feet on top of a stability ball.  Keeping your core/abs tight, drive both knees up to your chest squeezing your abs as hard as possible.  Extend your knees out until they are fully extended and then repeat the motion.

Perform 3-4 sets of 12-15 reps (you can eventually work up to 20 reps) in order to improve your core strength and stability in order to improve your wakeboarding.

Make sure you leave a comment and let me know what other core/ab exercises you do on the stability ball to help you take your wakeboarding to the next level.

Roger Ernst II, CSCS

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