Two women do their balancing exercise together in the park.

Seven ways to improve your balance | Life and style | The Guardian

Lack of balance is associated with elderly people, but deterioration can start in your 20s. Here’s how to avoid the wobbles

Source: Seven ways to improve your balance | Life and style | The Guardian

Simple balance and proprioception exercises can be done at home without the need for equipment. Try alternate balancing on one leg (bending the standing leg slightly at the knee will help if you are wobbly, as will focusing on a stationary point in front of you). Closing your eyes makes it much harder. Most people are “better” on one leg than the other – single leg exercises can help to strengthen the weaker side.

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