Take bridges to a recent level with a bridge on a swiss ball. The unstable ball will help strengthen your lower back and legs in addition to your core. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform a swiss ball bridge:
1. Lie down along with your back on the bottom, and place a swiss ball underneath your legs.
2. Starting along with your hips and knees barely bent, push down on the swiss ball along with your feet lifting your hips off the bottom right into a straight line along with your body. Slowly come back down.
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