Stability Ball Squats - Ask The Trainer - Learn Proper Form





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Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, NASM-CPT-PES, CSCS

YES, I went to Oregon State - Go Beavers!

Stability Ball Squats are a great exercise for beginners, and people who have postural deviations which prevent them from performing a squat with safe, proper form.

Never let your hips jut forward for this motion.

Keeping your knees on top of your ankles and in line with your toes relieves undue stress on your patellofemoral joint which is prone to overuse injuries from weight, and cardio training.

You can hold dumbbells from the low hang (as pictured) or high hang (at shoulders) position.

The stability ball in the video is the Duraball Pro, by far the best stability ball. It will last over a year with heavy, very heavy use and is Highly Recommended.

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