Latest in Balance Training
The frustration and pain of spraining an ankle is very personal to me. I've sprained each ankle at least 20 times (I kid you not). Since becoming a Do...
By: Rajpal Brar
For many athletes, balance training means BOSU balls, stability balls and a variety of awkward-looking tasks performed on wobbly implements. Howeve...
By: Jake Tuura
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By: Brandon Hall
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Latest Videos in Balance Training
Club Med Academies Performance Specialist Sara Gauvreau shows you how to improve your balance and upper-body power with one exercise.
Moves you can do on, or with, a BOSU will challenge every part of your body. The added instability is the primary reason why you should use a BOSU.
Athletes' Performance founder and owner Mark Verstegen discusses the Six-Way Hip exercise and explains how soccer players will benefit by performing the drill in the adiPure Trainer.
In this field hockey training video, Tim Robertson of Speed Strength Systems explains how to perform the Dumbbell Reverse Lunge With Twist and reveals why this exercise increases shooting power.
Tim Robertson, Speed Strength Systems owner, explains how to perform the Single-Arm, Single-Leg Cable Row and how it improves overall strength and stability for women's lacrosse.