Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Jeebus, Feb 4, 2009.
I'm sure one out of the sure to come sarcastic posts will be helpful.
overhead squats, single leg squats, olympic lifts
Exercise on one leg.
Alcohol and driving, than call the cops on yourself.
Do your regular workout...standing on an exercise ball.
Stress and pressure training ftw.
do some flips and shit on a balance beam.
I love how F&N went from a viable place for exercise and diet knowledge to a virtual high school locker room full of posers trying too hard to be funny.
I'm just going by what the trainers at my gym make their clients do.
Seriously this thread is a mess.
Old school football agility drills are good. If you're trying to increase balance for a specific sport, then train for that sport focusing on your balance weaknesses. Practice what you are bad at!
Oh... I mean
I think first two posts covered it though.
Like uglybob said, football drills for footwork would help. Ropes/dot drills/one legged box jumps or whatever they're called etc.
listen to him.....
There are alot of yoga and tai chi positions / movements that help with balance.
Xela could probably help you find some good yoga positions for this.
single leg work on an airex mat
Single leg deadlifts, and here's a really hot chick demonstrating.
Also jump rope drills where you shift your weight are good for balance and coordination.
I'm so embaressed when i jump rope, after 3 minutes im wheezing.
Good input so far though guys.