Who can practice Bosu?

Who can practice Bosu

One of the most complete training that currently exist is the Bosu, a hemisphere latex which boost your balance, increase your strength and endurance and improve your posture.

The Bosu is part of the so-called functional training, it ie it is a form of exercise that, besides improving our physical condition, has direct application in the movements we make in our daily lives, which helps prevent those injuries that may result from our daily activities.

When talking about the benefits of this type of exercise, some people distinguish between the improvements that occur in the physical and the psychological.

The main physical benefits are achieved because the practice of Bosu is performed on an unstable surface. These benefits, among others, would be:

Overall body toning and increasing muscle strength by strengthening the muscles of the abdominal, pelvic area, legs, feet, ankles, buttocks, back and trunk.

More and better elasticity, flexibility, agility and coordination.

By improving our posture, helps the prevention and recovery of injuries and prevents ailments in the lumbar and cervical areas.

Since it is aerobic exercise contributes to weight loss.

As far as the mental plane is concerned, as most physical exercises, the Bosu also increases the secretion of endorphins, which helps greatly to our overall wellbeing. In addition, it reduces stress and improves our ability to concentrate.