- Shoulder strength.
- Core stability.
The Alternating Shoulder Press on *Exercise Ball is significantly more challenging than the standing alternating shoulder press. The ball forces you to stabilize your body while pressing the handles. This exercise requires you to focus your attention on using proper technique which helps you get more out of the exercise.
- Set doors narrow, adjust swivel pulleys to lowest position, place burst-proof exercise ball between swivel pulleys and set resistance.
- Keeping back straight, sit on ball and grasp handles so elbows form 90° angle, palms facing away from machine.
- Press one arm upward while bringing hand toward center of your body. Return to start position and repeat with other arm.
- * Exercise ball sold separately
- Rounding the back.
- Collapsing the chest.
- Collapsing the trunk.