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Incline Push up on Swiss Ball

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The incline push up on Swiss ball adds another level of difficulty to the incline push up due to the instability of the Swiss Ball. When performing the incline push up on a Swiss ball you place both feet on the ground with your hands on top of a Swiss Ball and perform a inclined push up.

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The incline push up on Swiss ball adds another level of difficulty to the incline push up due to the instability of the Swiss Ball.  When performing the incline push up on a Swiss ball you place both feet on the ground with your hands on top of a Swiss Ball and perform a inclined push up. The instability of the Swiss ball makes the exercise more difficult by making your core work harder to stabilize your body.

To performe the incline push up on a Swiss ball:

  1. Start off with both feet on the ground.
  2. Your hands should on top of the Swiss ball with your hands inline with your chest.
  3. Your arms should be straight to start.
  4. Your feet should be close together with straight legs.
  5. Squeeze your glutes and abs to keep your legs and back in a straight line.
  6. Your head should be inline with your body and it should stay in this position during the decline push up.
  7. Lower your chest towards the Swiss ball while keeping your body inline and pause before pushing yourself back up to the starting position.
  8. Remember to keep your core tight during the pushup to help stabilize yourself on the Swiss ball.

Workout Tip Title: Incline Push up on Swiss Ball
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The incline push up on Swiss ball adds another level of difficulty to the incline push up due to the instability of the Swiss Ball. When performing the incline push up on a Swiss ball you place both feet on the ground with your hands on top of a Swiss Ball and perform a inclined push up.
 

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