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Instability Training 101

It can improve core strength and balance, but it’s not right for everyone.

Kevin Gray

As the name implies, instability training involves training on an unstable surface, most often using a piece of equipment such as a Bosu ball or a Swiss ball. According to research published in the Sports Health journal, instability training is frequently used for performance enhancement, rehabilitation, and overall musculoskeletal health.

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