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  • Diane

Neurologically, we are wired so that our body reflexively follows our eyes. By expanding our peripheral awareness while walking and reducing the need to look down as much, our brain will alter our muscle tone to improve our posture.


  • Diane


Lunges are a classic exercise that many of us regularly include in our strength and conditioning workouts. But did you know that in addition to building your glutes and quads, lunges can also help you train your brain and balance system?



This video shows some creative ways to work on your lunges that will challenge your reflexive stabilization and force your brain to pay attention at the same time.