- BOSU balls can be used for motor skills development of infants as young as nine months of age.
- It is also used as a vital tool in physical therapy to facilitate rehabilitation from injury and also injury prevention
- You can use it too! Whether it’s in your own home or at your gym, a BOSU ball is easy to integrate into your workout. This increases the caloric burn of your regular exercises
- A BOSU ball helps you develop a greater awareness of your body’s flexibility and symmetry. It provides you the ability to be keenly aware of your body’s position at all times.
So much of the exercise that people do, such as running and cycling, focus on the lower body. Not much attention is paid to the trunk, or core, of the body. It is the muscles of the core—the abdomen, chest and back—that stabilize the rest of the body.
Think of your core as a strong column that links the upper body and lower body together. Having a solid core creates a foundation for all activities, and is especially important when you add a heavy load, such as weights, to your workout.