The ability to balance on one leg is a key feature in hip stability. If you've ever had lower back or leg pain (not a traumatic injury), you may be able to save some money by having a mirror or video through X-rays, MRI, and even surgeries. With this challenge, you can usually detect all biomechanically dysfunctional postures from the ground up.
The most obvious example would be that it balances easier on one side than the other, but also fluctuations in the hips or collapse of the hips pay attention to the ankles (ie, compensations) that occur when trying to do one anatomically neutral position to maintain.
You can do this anytime, anywhere. This is what it looks like:
- Eyes Open x 30 Seconds (Each Page)
- Eyes Closed x 1
Handle all sorts of issues related to mobility work, one-sided training and aerobic conditioning with exercises should keep the intensity as high as possible without compromising postural alignment.
If you struggle with this, step back and practice with your hands on an object. Then work with one hand on the object and then with one finger until you are completely free.
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