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How do I perform a ball push-up with 2 feet on a ball?

Begin in a push-up position with feet together on top of a ball and your hands on the floor, placed slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.  Maintain a straight line between your feet, hips and shoulders.  Draw-in your navel and contract your glutes.  With your back flat, slowly lower your body toward the floor, lowering and contracting your shoulder blades.  Push-up to your starting position being careful not to jut your head forward.



Start

1.  Begin in a push-up position with feet together on top of a ball and your hands on the floor, placed slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.
2.  Maintain a straight line between your feet, hips and shoulders.
3.  Draw-in your navel and contract your glutes. 

Movement

4.  With your back flat, slowly lower your body toward the floor, lowering and contracting your shoulder blades.
5.  Push-up to your starting position being careful not to jut your head forward.

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