This week’s move is the Upside Down Bosu Squat! My amazing client Cari Johns Isham (she JUST got married – woohoooo!!) makes it look REALLY easy, but it’s not. This requires balance, core and leg strength to keep the bosu steady in order to perform a proper squat. If you have access to a bosu – flip it over and step on top – use a wall or someone else to help you steady yourself. Once you’re on, widen your stance and SQUAT! Think of sitting back and keeping your heels down. If you don’t have a bosu around – just try squats with weights in your hands and tap your toosh to a chair or bench. Keep your knees in place and your heels down. At the bottom of a squat – if you’re doing it properly, you should be able to wiggle your toes off the ground. Think of sitting back like you’re sitting in a chair. Doing a squat on the bosu is going to engage all of your leg muscles and your core! Go for it! Work dat booty!!!!