Senior Balance Workout
Senior Balance Exercises Video Series
This senior balance workout combines many different balancing
It is targeted for seniors but is also good for those with
There are no step by step instructions for this page. Instead, use the
video to follow along.
You will need a chair for this workout and comfortable clothing. Be
sure to wear the proper shoes as well.
Exercise #6 - Senior Balance Workout
As stated above, there are no step by step instructions for the balance
exercises in this video. This is about a 5 minute video, so make sure
you have the time and won't be interrupted.
Watch the video below and follow along to build strength in your
muscles to help with balance.
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This is the last video in the senior balance exercises. There
are six videos in total.
If you missed some, just click
here to start from the beginning or
use the links on that page to pick the workout you want to try.
More Balance Exercises
The main benefit of these types of exercises, as you can probably guess
from the name, is maintaining balance.
While there are only 6 videos in this series, there are many more
balancing workouts you can do. Below are step by step instructions for
another one if you want to add to your routine.
Heel to Toe
This one is not a sobriety test but a great way to work on your balance.
- Place the heel of one foot directly in front of the toes of
the opposite foot. The heels and toes should touch or as close as you
- Find a spot ahead of you to look at. Focus on that spot as
you go through these steps.
- Take a step by taking your back foot and place it in front
of the other foot, again heel to toe or as close as you can.
- Do this for about 20 steps.
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