HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the way to one side trying to put 100% of your weight onto one...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Raise your heels and maintain this position for the entirety of this exercise. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Place your feet directly together and balance on a firm surface. Once balanced, then close your eyes. Focus on standing upright and...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Place your feet directly together and balance on a foam pad or unstable surface like a pillow. Focus on standing upright and...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Place your feet directly together and balance on a foam pad or unstable surface like a pillow. Once balanced, close your eyes....

HOW: Get set up balancing on one leg with good arch position. Begin the exercise by leaning forward and shifting your weight and center of gravity towards your toes. Go just until the point that you can control and not let your heel lift...

HOW: Get set up in a standing position balancing on one leg. Begin the exercise by bouncing up and down on one foot on the balls of your foot and repeating as if you were single leg jump roping/hopping in place.   FEEL: You should...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground on a firm surface. Focus on...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground on a firm surface. Once balanced,...

HOW: Position yourself standing in a corner with your back to it, or with a wall, chair, or sturdy object near you. Pick up one foot and balance on the leg that is in contact with the ground on a foam pad or unstable...

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