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Yes, there are lots of good balance exercises. Lower extremity injuries and surgeries that aren’t fully rehabilitated can leave you with a poor sense of joint position and therefore, reduced balance. Balance is more than just muscle strength, although that is part of the answer. It also takes neurological control, feedback and coordinated adjustments for ...


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Timed one foot (leg) standing balance assessments are often used to measure static balance. The criteria to stop timing is the loss of position of the: • arms (crossed in front of your chest) • trunk (greater than 45 degrees off center) • movement of the stationary leg • lowering your raised foot to touch the floor Micro-corrections as ...


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The Bosu can be used on both sides - standing on the rounded blue side or the flat black side. Both sides provide an "unstable" surface that makes your ankle muscles adjust to control your movements and stability of the ankle. Progressing from Sitting to Unsupported Standing This video shows a progression of ankle exercises beginning in sitting, ...


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I'd say Cable Rows, Bent Over Rows, or Pull-ups.


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When the human body goes from laying prone to standing up there is a rapid, and brief, change in blood pressure. This is the likely cause. Some people are more susceptible than others, and it's called orthostatic hypotension, or sometimes, "vertigo." “He's Dizzy when he Stands Up.” An Introduction to Initial orthostatic Hypotension Orthostatic hypotension ...


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Sounds like a variation of unilateral work. The important aspect of unilateral work, or uneven loading, is that you switch hands and perform the same amount of work with the other side. Let's say you are doing shoulder presses with those weights. You'll want to make sure of the following: Even number of sets with the same number of reps for each pair of ...


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The main reason for using a bosu ball is to increase the number of muscles and muscle fibers recruited for the activity, and to increase the proprioception. I had to use the Bosu quite extensively for my Achilles rupture rehab, and here's a few the exercises that I was doing (My PT guys were creative sadists, but they were good.): Chop squats - Put the ...



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