Stability Ball Wall Sits
- Place a stability ball against a wall and gently stand against it, positioning the top of the ball into the small of your back. Position your feet six to 12 inches in front of your body. Gently lean into the ball while leaning your weight back into your heels.
- Inhale and slowly lower your body, rolling the ball down the wall simultaneously, but keeping contact with your tailbone, lower, and midback against the ball. Focus on lowering your hips under the ball and pushing your pelvis back to reduce potential stresses placed on your knees. Lower yourself until challenged or until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Hold here briefly.
- Then exhale to slowly straighten your legs, rolling the ball up the wall.
- This counts as one rep. Complete three sets of 15 reps.