This exercise burns out your glute muscles quickly and effectively.
How to do a Rolling On The Sun Exercise:
Lay on the ground and place your heels on a stability ball. Your arms will be flat by your side throughout the exercise. Bridge your body up. Roll the ball toward your buttocks. Roll the ball back out. Repeat until you reach fatigue.
Muscle group worked:
Glutes (buttocks muscle)
Target Repetitions for Muscle Growth: 6-8
Target Repetitions for Muscle Tone/Endurance: 8-12
Why a Rolling On The Sun Exercise works:
Rolling on the Sun Exercise isolates your butt very effectively. Since your heels will be on a stability ball, your stabilizer muscles in your glutes and thighs will be engaged.
Tips: Make sure to keep your body straight. Don’t let your butt slump down toward the ground. Tighten those glutes!
Important!: Breath in as you roll the ball toward you and out as you roll the body away from you.
Disclaimer: Talk to your primary care physician before beginning any exercise regimen.