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  • Writer's pictureDiane Barker

Balance Begins At Your Base

The average adult takes 5,000- 8,000 steps a day.

With each of these steps, there is a moment in time when you are balancing on one leg. 

It is our ability to stand on one leg that allows us to walk, go up or down stairs and to run.

Given how important balancing on one leg is,

how often do you train your single leg stability?

Standing on one leg is a complex orchestration of anatomy, physics and neurological finesse.    You can think of it like a skill – a skill that is to be trained, strengthened and perfected through daily practice.   

This blog reviews how all balance exercises should begin with your base!


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