Audio for Stability Ball Shoulder Taps Video
Next, we’re going to do some shoulder taps with our feet on the ball, hands on the floor, and we’re going to take one hand off the floor and touch the opposite shoulder.
It’s a tricky exercise, and it really requires a lot of core stability to really do this exercise correctly.Â So start by putting your feet onto the ball, and you’ll have your hands below your shoulders.Â Keep your butt up, and keep your core nice and tight.Â From here, just going to move your body weight on to one side, reach up, touch the shoulder, and come back down. Then we do the opposite side.Â Keep the buttock nice and tight. Keep the core nice and tight.Â If you find that exercise too difficult, crawl closer to the ball, so the closer that the ball is to your body, the easier the exercise will be.Â So if I have it on my knees here, it’s a lot easier for me to do this exercise, like that.Â But if I take the ball further away, it’s a lot more difficult.Â So you’re going to alternate sides, and you’re looking to do 20 repetitions in total.
Take your time. It’s a tough little exercise and persevere. I’m sure you can make it.