Find a wall with a flat surface void of any obstructions. Place the stability ball on the wall behind
your body and lean against it. Place your feet forward slightly and your stance can range from narrow to wide
depending on the desired results. Slowly lower yourself until your knees bend to 90-degrees or slightly more.
The beginner doesn't have to go down as far but for the ultimate results a full range of motion is encouraged.
At the bottom of the motion push through your heels and drive your body back to the starting position.
Tips: Keep your back nice and flat, do not round it. Keep your knees lined up with your feet,
do not let your knees buckle together. Look straight ahead or slightly up while squatting. The wider your stance,
the more glutes you involve. It is okay to point your toes slightly outward.
Stability Ball Wall Squat Exercise - Start Position
Stability Ball Wall Squat Exercise - Finish Position