How Does Our Body Physiologically Adapt to Balance Training?

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A body physiologically adapts to balance training by learning how to adjust to the use of balance weights in order to keep equilibrium. Strengthen core muscles, and practice balancing with help from a certified personal trainer in this free video on fitness and exercise.

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Hello my name is Shaun and I'm here at the Wilmington Boxing and Fitness Center and I'm here today to talk to you about how your body physically adapts to balance training. Here I have two balance discs. They are used for balance and one of the things with balance training, balance is maintaining your body's equilibrium and as you get older you know you start to lose your balance, you start to fall and for elders that's the problem and one of the things they want to do is start, they want to train doing balance, maybe if it's just standing on one leg at a time without someone holding them or you know trying to reach down on one arm, trying to hold a pose. You want to work on balance training as you get older because you are more likely to fall as you get older and here with these balance discs you work on balance and it also strengthens your core muscles also so for an example like doing a squat you want to go down and you want to come up. You have to force yourself and it stabilizes a lot of the muscles in the body and strengthens that core area and that's how balance can help in adapting to your body and you being physical.


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