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Two-Leg Standing Balance on Board Exercise

Two-Leg Standing Balance on Board

Starting Position Slowly and cautiously step onto the balance board, one foot at a time, holding on to a wall or sturdy object for balance if necessary. With both feet on, take your time adjusting your balance until you can stand upright with legs together, back straight, abs engaged, and arms extended at your sides (pictured).

Action Breathe steadily as you balance in this standing position for 15-30 seconds. Gradually work your way up to holding this exercise for 1-3 minutes for an isometric core challenge.

Special Instructions Try to keep your legs together and your spine lengthened at all times. Engage your abs and stare at a focal point in front of you to help with balance.

Make it harder: As you get better, try to lift your arms higher instead of extending them at your sides. The higher your arms are lifted (such as next to your ears), the more challenge you'll add to this exercise.

Muscles Worked: Abs

Exercise Categories: Beginner Abs Core Strength