Improve Your Balance With Proprioceptively-Enriched Exercises

Have you been losing your balance (falling down, stumbling, etc.) more lately? Or, you say to yourself, "I'm not very coordinated!" It could be that you need to improve your balance by doing more challenging exercises when you workout!

Kinesthetic awareness, or the ability to know where your body parts are in 3-dimensional space, is required for all movement. You can exercise to improve proprioception (joint and limb position sense) without using all of the fancy gadgets on the market today.

Better proprioception brings about better balance and reduced risk of injuries. Balance training also improves your core strength.

Good balance exercises include:

1. One-legged exercises
2. Exercises performed on different surfaces
3. Exercises performed with eyes closed
4. Exercises on BOSU ball
5. Balance board exercises
6. Stability ball exercises

As you get older, balance becomes more of an issue. We've all heard of people breaking bones because of a fall. Start incorporating balance exercises into your workout routine!

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Mark Dilworth, BA, PES
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About Mark


Mark Dilworth is a Lifestyle and Weight Management Specialist and since 2006 he has owned Your Fitness University, Her Fitness Hut, My Fitness Hut, Sports Fitness Hut.

Mark has helped thousands of clients and readers make lifestyle changes that lead to better long-term health, which includes acceptable body fat and ideal body weight.He does not recommend fad diets, quick weight loss gimmicks, starvation diets, weight loss pills, fat burner supplements and the like.