Balance Training Exercises
Developing a good balance is essential when you’re training, and it positively impacts your everyday life as well. However, it’s an area often overlooked and ignored by fitness enthusiasts and sometimes even trainers.
Better body balance makes it easier to move and helps prevent injury and also improves your ability to control and stabilize your body’s position. Stretching your muscles and joints also leads to a greater range of motion, improved balance, and increased flexibility.
In this training session, you will work on your legs, calves, ankles, and feet. From walking on your heel to balancing on one leg, get ready to work out your entire body, and develop a better balance.
- Always work within your own range of limits and abilities.
- You should immediately discontinue any exercise should you feel pain, dizziness, or moderate to extreme discomfort.
- To reduce and avoid injury, or if you have medical concerns, please consult a physician before beginning a new exercise program.
- By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk.