Balancing exercises work your core muscles, lower back, and legs. Lower-body strength-training exercises can also help improve balance. While balancing exercises can be challenging at times, consistent effort will make these exercises easier. Gradually increase the number of repetitions as the exercises become easier. You may ask someone to supervise or assist you, especially when you’re first getting started.
You can modify the exercises to increase or decrease the difficulty or adjust for your needs. Start on your nondominant side so that the second side is easier. You can do your nondominant side twice if you want to balance out your body between both sides. Check with your doctor before starting any new exercise program.
Check with your doctor before starting any new exercise.
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