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Course updated April 7th, 2016
Most people don't spend any time thinking about their balance until it's too late - when they actually fall or injure themselves. But balance isn't just a concern for the elderly who are more prone to falls (and the serious complications those falls can cause). Balance training is important for health-conscious pupils who wish to age well, avoid falls, improve athletic ability, coordination, stamina and overall fitness and health.
If you haven't thought much about maintaining - or improving - your balance, now is a good time to start. Most of the exercises I've put together in this course involve activities to improve balance. Balance is a component of health that you must never overlook; without it, all of the weight training and exercise in the world won’t help you.
In order to have good balance, you rely on the information given to your brain from three main body systems: your ears, the nerve endings in your muscles, and your eyes (vision).
As children, we develop balance climbing trees, walking and running on unsteady surfaces, sports, games etc. As adults, we seldom think about balance and rarely practice it. When was the last time you climbed a jungle gym, walked over a log or trying to balance on one leg with your eyes closed? We do all of this and much much more in the course.
Your sense of vision is a big part of good balance. Vision works hand in hand with the inner ear to maintain balance. If you move your eyes or take vision out of the equation altogether, it's harder to balance. You might be surprised how challenging it is to simply stand with your eyes closed. We play a lot with removing vision during some of the more advanced exercises in this course.
By using the balance techniques in this course, you will start to really pay attention to your body as you exercise, and should notice improvements in your balance, coordination, POSTURE, core strength, agility and athletic skill. You even burn more calories during balance training! These exercises can be used to build confidence when you are trying new fitness programs and taken with you as you age to help prevent spills and falls.
Balance training is good for people of every age, so don't be afraid to start incorporating these exercises into your daily workouts. Everyone can benefit from the exercises in this course, and it's a really fun course; so you may not even notice that you are exercising!
In the early 90s, frustrated by years of pill-popping and chronic daily headaches, I took myself to a chiropractor. I was so amazed with the results, that I moved to the UK (from Toronto) to study Chiropractic.
Several years after qualifying, I was horrified by a picture of myself. I had developed horrible forward head posture - I was embarrassed to be a healthcare professional with bad posture. I become obsessed with how to improve my posture. I spent years studying x-rays and trying new products and exercises. I later qualified with a fellowship in the physics of posture correction. I fell in love with posture!
With more than a decade of clinical experience, Paula Moore (aka, the Posture Doctor) is a self-confessed posture addict. She is internationally trained, holds three degrees and a fellowship in the physics of posture correction.
A best-selling author and creator of a popular video blog on posture; and with millions of Youtube views, she is fast becoming the next big thing in online digital healthcare. Paula is a popular speaker and has received international attention with interviews by the BBC and appearances on Breakfast Television. She is the 2012 winner of the business Profile of the Year - London, UK.
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