Balance Enhancement Exercises
Article by Sam Moyle
How to Improve Your Balance
Improving your balance takes time and practise and it doesn't just happen overnight. However, with consistent practise, you will be able to improve your balance over time.
Static balance is important for everyday life. The ability to stand on one leg should be easily achieved by everyone. Without this ability
your chance of falling is high. If you can't control your stationary body, you'll have no chance at high speed or load.
Balance is reliant upon excellent deep core stability, hip and leg muscle control PLUS your vestibular and visual systems.
In most cases, your balance deficits can be quickly improved with specific balance or stability exercises.
What Can Happen With Poor Balance?
Poor balance has many side effects beyond the obvious feeling of unsteadiness and higher incidence of falls.
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