Description

How long can you stand on one leg - eyes closed - before losing your balance? 30 seconds sounds doable but it's actually quite hard. You must stop the test if you begin to teeter, if the raised foot touches the ground or you open your eyes. These are the average results in seconds related to age: 4 seconds = 70 years, 5 seconds = 65 years, 7 seconds = 60 years, 8 seconds = 55 years, 9 seconds = 50 years, 12 seconds = 45 years, 16 seconds = 40 years, 22 seconds = 30-35 years, 28 seconds = 25-30 years


Exercises

Set 1: 1 round
Quad Stretches
Quad Stretches
20 seconds
Right Leg Balance with Eyes Closed
Right Leg Balance with Eyes Closed
30 seconds
Rest
Rest
10 seconds
Left Leg Balance with Eyes Closed
Left Leg Balance with Eyes Closed
30 seconds

Workout Discussion

23 Aug
Did with kids I totally out balanced them

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