Swiss ball push up planks are an amazing solution to help strengthen your upper body while also working in your core. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform swiss ball push up planks:
1. Roll your legs out on the ball to your thigh or shin area. Your arms needs to be out in front in a push up position. Try to maintain your back in a straight line along with your core tightened.
2. Go down on one elbow, then the opposite. Come back up one by one alternating sides.
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