joe perry

Remaining upright is one of snowboarding's biggest challenges whether you're a butt dragger (novice) or carvaholic (expert), but when you do it right, it feels like flying. A strong lower body (butt and thighs) is the secret to staying upright on a board. It gives you a stable base of support and helps absorb the impact of ice and bumps. The ball squat works these muscles while fine-tuning your sense of balance, and giving you a great-looking tush to boot. Ball squat (A) Place a workout ball between the center of your back and a wall. With your arms at your side, stand tall with your feet slightly away from the wall and your back pressed firmly into the ball. (B) Bend your knees and lower your body so that the ball rolls down the wall and remains centered on your back as you move. When your thighs are parallel with the floor, hold a moment and return to the start, taking care not to lock your knees.


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