Beginner Balance Exercises For Seniors (Dynamic) | 20-Minute Balance Exercise For Seniors

Hey Everyone,

In today’s workout, we go through a workout focused mainly on dynamic balance.

There are two types of ways we can train/test our balance:

1) Static Balance – The ability to balance whilst at rest. Eg standing still on the spot
2) Dynamic Balance – The ability to balance whilst moving. Eg walking or reaching forward.
You may be good staying balanced whilst at rest, but when moving it’s a different story.

For more on improving your balance click here:

Do this workout in a slow and controlled way. DO NOT rush through it we are working our balance and our coordination, there is no need.

For the Warm-Up Videos:
Standing Warm-Up:
Seated Warm-Up:

To get straight into the exercising go to 1:01

WU- Marching On Spot
Single-Leg Stance – 10seconds – left and right
Toe Taps Forward – x 5 each leg
Toe Taps to the Side – x 5 each leg
Single-Leg Stance – 20 seconds each leg
High Knee Marching – x 5 each leg
Opposite Arm, Opposite Leg Lifts – x 5 each side
Sideways Walking x 8
High Knee Marching x 8
Tightrope Walking with added Exercises x 10
Grapevines with added shoulder Rolls x 8
Single-Leg Stance – 20 seconds each leg

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Do your best and any questions ask below!

– Mike

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